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Trustee Board Members at Hastings & Rother Mediation Service

Background Salary: Unpaid. Expenses incurred while travelling to meetings Hours: Four meetings a year including the AGM.  Additionally, trustees are invited to a small number of events during the year. Location: St Leonards on Sea Established in 1995, Hastings and Rother Mediation Service (HRMS) has a proven track record of helping people to resolve

Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) Drop-in for Community-based Social Care

The next infection control drop-in will be on Friday 21 October at 10:30am to 11:00am. The session will be online via Microsoft Teams. The drop-in is open for any Personal Assistants and carers (including unpaid carers), day services, or volunteers working in the community-based social care sector. It is a space for discussion about your

Volunteer Hub for Rother

Elusive Volunteers and Endangered Trustees? We know what it’s like! So, we’re delighted to announce that, thanks to The National Lottery’s Community Fund, RVA are establishing a Volunteer Hub for Rother. Building on the incredible, established volunteering in Rother, we’d like to become a hub for celebrating, brokering, encouraging and matching volunteers and trustees with

Sussex Coach Core Showcase Event

Register HERE Date & Time: Wednesday 5th of October 12-1.30pm Benefits of taking on a Coach Core apprentice include: High quality education and learning- Each apprentice completes the Level 2 Community Activator Award as part of the high quality education programme delivered by Lifetime, in addition to other learning and volunteering opportunities throughout the apprenticeship.

East Sussex Community Information Service

East Sussex Community Information Service ESCIS is a database of community information and events developed and managed by the Library and Information Service of East Sussex County Council, in association with Brighton and Hove Library Service. ESCIS is a free resource for everyone. Free to list and free to use. Would you like to list

What is it like to host a refugee?

What is it like to host a refugee? Hear about the experiences of current hosts and guests, the support, the financial arrangements, the challenges and the joys! The Bexhill Hub to Support Ukraine invites you to come and find out. Thursday September 22nd From 4pm to 6pm Beulah Baptist Church, Clifford Road, Bexhill TN40 1QA

Ocean Hackathon – Saturday 10 September 2022 10am-4:30pm- De La Warr Pavilion

Do you feel passionate about your local coast and want to see local wildlife thriving? Wild Coast Sussex is inviting 16-25 year olds to take part in our ‘Ocean Hackathon’; a chance for you to contribute to ongoing marine wildlife projects in Sussex. Workshop with us as we hack our way through current issues and find imaginative

Bexhill Hub to Support Ukraine Host Recruitment

 CAN YOU HELP? Ukraine is still a war zone, and the refugees can’t return yet.  We need some more hosts here in Bexhill. _______________________ Not only for new arrivals, but also for the evacuees who now have jobs, English lessons, schools and friends, but need to move on from their initial placement. BEXHILL HUB

Mental Health Fundraising – 28th August

Message from Sabrina Hazelden: Why do I want to fundraise for Mental Health charities? I feel very passionate about Mental Health as I've suffered from Depression and Anxiety since about the age of 11yrs old (I’m now 35). Many family members have also suffered from periods of depression throughout their lives. My Cousin who was

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