East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Leicester City CCG and West Leicestershire CCG are planning to develop GP out of hours and NHS phone support services in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland and commission them from a single provider.
They are keen to understand the views of patients, the public and stakeholders about our plans, particularly what works and what doesn’t work in current services. At the moment phone support is via the NHS Direct number, but a new 111 service will soon be in place. More »
They are therefore organising a workshop on the evening of Wednesday 29th May between 6.30 pm and 8.00pm at:
Venue: John Storer House
Address: Ward's End, Loughborough, Leicestershire LE11 3HA
Tel: 01509 631750
Light refreshments will be served from 6.00pm and there will be full disabled access.
If you would like to attend, please reply by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and include in your reply which organisation you represent (if applicable) or telephone her on 0116 295 4183. Please also let her know if you have any special requirements.
For further information, please contact:
Communications and Engagement
Greater East Midlands Commissioning Support Unit
T: 0116 295 4133
St John’s House
30 East Street
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Application and guidance forms for the second round of Charnwood Positive Activities for Young People funding (for 8-19 year olds) are now available by clicking here
This round of PAYP funding is for projects that will deliver the following:
- Regular evening provision in term time
- Some continuation of / link to provision in school holidays
- Open access activities with clear plan to engage some targeted young people
- Community need for provision must be evidenced
The closing date for applications is 10am on 3rd June. More »
For further details, please contact:
Children and Young People's Strategic Co-ordinator
Charnwood Borough Council and Charnwood Integrated Youth Support Services Manager
Leicestershire County Council
Charnwood Borough Council
Tel: 01509 632544 / 07720 349646
Charnwood Borough Council Website
A SERIES of public exhibitions and consultation sessions are being held to give people the chance to have their say on Charnwood Borough Council’s Core Strategy.
The six-week consultation aims to find out what people think about the soundness of the strategy which will guide development in the Borough over the next 15 years.
At the same time, a new website has been launched to help explain the Council’s plan and includes an interactive map which allows users to see where growth is planned to take place across the Borough. More »
The attached document has further details on how you can get involved.
For more information please visit http://localplan.charnwood.gov.uk, call 01509 634570 (number live from Tuesday, 14th May 2013) or email email@example.com. » Less
Leicestershire County Council has made available £320,000 per year for local communities to invest in local improvement of their choice. The funding is available through the 25 Community Forums.
This Community Forum Budget is not a regular grant fund, because local residents are involved in all aspects of the process and they will be making the decision which projects should receive a share of the funds.
Community groups can put forward project ideas for which they are seeking funding. All those project proposals are then made available on the forum’s website so residents can view and comment on them. The community groups and other local residents then come together for a Decision Night to discuss the projects and vote for their favourites. More » More »
All proposals will benefit from advice by a panel of experts, including advice on further sources of funding.
Don’t miss out! Dates for your diaries:
Submit a Project Proposal: 30th May 2013
View and Comment: 31st May 2013
Register your interest to attend: 20th June 2013
Decision Night: 27th June 2013
Information about how to apply, view and comment on projects and register your interest to attend your local Decision night is available on your forum homepage. You can also call 0116 305 7034 for more information. » Less