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Greater Manchester residents invited to have their say on night time transport

30 Aug 2019 - 10:44 by michelle.foster

Let's talk night time travelGreater Manchester’s Night Time Economy Adviser, Sacha Lord, is calling on residents to have their say on the future of transport links between the hours of 6pm and 6am.
Results from the Transport at Night survey will provide a unique insight into how people travel at night and help to strengthen any ask of Government for the funding and powers that are needed to deliver changes.

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The Lancaster Playwriting Prize

30 Aug 2019 - 10:33 by michelle.foster

Lancasyer Playwriting PrizeThe Lancaster Playwriting Prize is an initiative arising out of the cultural partnership between Lancaster University and The Dukes Theatre, Lancaster; it is supported by Lucy Briers. The Prize aims to discover new voices from a diverse range of backgrounds; each year, it has different entry criteria in order to reach underserved playwrights.

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Age-friendly Guidelines Launch and Exhibition

23 September, 2019 - 12:00 to 17:00

This exhibition will showcase a series of guidelines and recommendations for policy and practice towards age-friendly cities.

The exhibition contains input from local residents of their experiences of living across different urban contexts in the UK. This data at the neighbourhood level has been gathered and analysed and has produced a set of national-level recommendations to guide policy and practice with regards to ageing in the UK.

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Greater Manchester Homeless Families Summit

23 September, 2019 - 17:30 to 20:00

The Greater Manchester Summit will address family homelessness and discuss strategic action. For leaders across councils, health, housing, education and community in GM.

Refreshments will be provided.

For further information and to register, visit: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/greater-manchester-homeless-families-summit-tickets-66178015225

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GM's Hidden Talent, Employer Workshop: Adapting recruitment methods to attract diverse young people

23 September, 2019 - 13:00 to 16:00

GMCVO-led youth employment programme, Greater Manchester’s Hidden Talent, are delighted to announce a series of free employer workshops.

HR leads, talent managers, employment / recruitment professionals and SMEs are invited to come along to our first workshop. Discover some easy-to-implement changes that will open up opportunities for young people with limited experience of the workplace and learn how to tap into the diverse skill sets of this under-utilised talent pool.

Lunch will be provided.

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Chief Executive Officer at Rochdale and District Mind

Following the retirement of the current Chief Executive Rochdale and District Mind is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer who will be responsible for the leadership, strategic growth and the development, management and overall financial position of the charity. The Chief Executive will have an Operations Manager and Business Manager in place to oversee the day to day running of the organisation and free them up to grow the organisation through the development of partnerships and the pursuit of additional funding streams.

35 hours per week
£40,306 per annum Scale PO6-Point 49
Rochdale and District Mind has a main base in Rochdale and outreach in Heywood and Middleton. The post holder will initially be based in Rochdale. They will be required to travel within and outside of the Borough as required
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Macc co-signs open letter to the Prime Minister on No-deal Brexit

29 Aug 2019 - 10:51 by Mike Wild

Macc has joined forces with over 85 organisations in expressing our grave concerns about the impacts a no-deal Brexit will have on civil society. Together with organisations from across the devolved nations, as well as a breadth of English regions, we have called on the Prime Minister to urgently engage with our concerns about leaving the EU without a deal on the 31st October.

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