Month: February 2018

Making Plymouth A Compassionate City – PRESS RELEASE

What can you do to make Plymouth a compassionate place for everyone living, studying and working here? That’s the big topic drawing people from across education, the arts, business, health, charities and the voluntary sector to join the conversation at the Compassionate City Conference on17 May, facilitated by St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth. As part of…
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Plymouth Radical Cinema – Re-learning Hope

As you may already know, Plymouth Radical Cinema can no longer show films in the wonderful Devonport Live café.  However, we’re expecting to secure new premises in time for the next screening, so watch this space! Our film for 13th of March is Re-learning Hope, the story of an independent university in Mexico which has…
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The Kings Fund – Commissioner perspectives on working with the VCSE

The King’s Fund was commissioned by the Department of Health to conduct research that would explore how and why clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) and local authorities chose to engage with the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector. This report first sets out the methodology we used and then presents our findings on the factors…
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Pride in Plymouth – Feb Newsletter

Further Update Just a few bits of additional news. Firstly a reminder that the eXpresso Yourself coffee group is taking place tonight (14th February) at 6.30pm and hope to see lots of you there. Due to the fact it’s half term, it’s tricky for Plymouth School of Creative Arts to host us this Saturday afternoon for…
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The Kings Fund – Feb ’19 – Social Care Bulletin

The Kings Fund have released their social care e-bulletin

The Kings Fund Feb ’18 Newsletter – Intergated Care Bulletin

The Kings Fund have released the Integrated Care Bulletin for February 2018

GDPR Info – ICO Newsletter – Feb 2018

The ICO have released their latest GDPR information in their February newsletter.

ScieLine Feb 2018 Newsletter

The Social Care Institute of Excellence “Scieline” have published their February newsletter, covering isolation, carers, creativity, safeguarding and more…

Plymouth City Council Systems Optimisation Group for Vulnerable Children and Young People

One of Plymouth key objectives identified through both the CYP Systems Optimisation Group and the Complex Lives SOG is to develop a Citywide understanding and response to Trauma which starts with ensuring there is an adequate inclusion of Trauma Informed Practice in any City plan for staff development. We are inviting all partner organisations and…
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Free Refill Devon Scheme

As part of the Plastic Free Plymouth Sound campaign, Transition Plymouth is pleased to have taken up the Refill Devon initiative.   Now you can cut out the need for buying water in a plastic bottle when you're out and about in Plymouth.  Instead you can drink quality draught water, freely supplied from the tap by…
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