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Wed, 08 Jun 2016 8:50am
Improving your Community - Measham
Improving your Community - Measham

Do you live in or around Measham?
Have skills or hobbies you would like to share with your local community?

If so, why not drop along to the Volunteer Drop-In Event at Measham Library on Friday 10th June.

Between 10am and 1pm you can:-

  • Find out how to share your hobbies & interests in your community
  • Learn about the Community Capacity Building project in Measham
  • Sign up to volunteer

Contact: ilir.d@valonline.org.uk or call 07815 447632 for further details.

Fri, 19 Sep 2014 11:28am

enable has secured funding to run free training for staff and volunteers working for charities, voluntary and community organisations in Leicester and Leicestershire.

Please see link below to access the flier with additional information and contact details.

Mon, 15 Sep 2014 10:04am

The first Your SHIRE Community Grant Support Workshops are set to take place very soon:

  • Tuesday 23rd September at Kibworth High School, Smeeton Road, Kibworth LE8 0LG
  • Thursday 25th September at County Hall, Leicester Road, Glenfield LE3 8RA

If you would like to discuss a project idea in more detail, require assistance to fill out an application or would just like to know more, you can drop in at any time between 6:30pm and 8:30pm.

The Your SHIRE Community Grant is a new approach to helping local groups and organisations to provide community services and activities that support, young, old or vulnerable people, help promote their independence and reduce demand for public services. More »

Further information about the grant scheme can be found by CLICKING HERE » Less

Mon, 28 Jul 2014 11:42am
Future of Anstey Library

Local Anstey resident, Philip Knight, has arranged a public meeting to discuss the future of Anstey library.

He is calling for people who are willing to volunteer to work in a library, as well as those wishing to be involved in setting it up.

The meeting was held in Anstey’s Jubilee Hall on Monday 11th August at 7:00pm.

If you were unable to attend the meeting but still wish to be involved in some way you can email Mr Knight at philip.j.knight@ntlworld.com.

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