Category: Newsletter

Plymouth wins bid to tackle social isolation and improve health

A new project to tackle social isolation and the effects it can have on health has been given the green light following an initial £50,000 funding and support from the King’s Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund (TNLCF). It is one of only six successful bids in the UK following more than 270 applications…
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Keyham’s Tin Can Alley Van

At the beginning of December KNW were kindly lent a Plymouth City Council van for one day. For five hours volunteers from KNW took to the streets – walking alongside the van which was driven by ‘local Banksy’ Mike Vosper, communicating with residents through a megaphone – appealing for any spare food for the Keyham…
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Record number of fledgling community projects take flight with help from POP

Hooray – some good news! POP ideas is delighted to announce that in the last three months of 2020 nearly a quarter of a million pounds – £224,500 – has been awarded to a handful of Plymouth community projects, such as Plymouth Hope and sail-training charity, The Island Trust. Since the beginning of the first…
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POP ideas helps channel a quarter of a million pounds of emergency funding into the city

Since the beginning of the lockdown POP ideas has been supporting more than eighty voluntary, community, social enterprise groups and organisations across the city with one-to-one advice on how they might survive the economic and social impact of the pandemic. The team of advisors has been supporting more than twice as many groups and organisations…
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Learning & Collaboration Fund Update

Thank you for the 17 applications POP+ received for round two of the Learning and Collaboration fund, it highlighted the amazing collaboration which is happening across the city. In April, the Network of Networks the decision making group, met virtually in a Zoom room during the early days of lockdown, to decide which collaborations would…
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Community Sports Network Meeting 12/09 Follow-up

20 representatives from 18 Plymouth clubs were represented at the last Community Sports Network meeting on 12th September. Zoe from Plymouth City Council introduced the group to the new plans for central park; including more good quality football pitches, a tennis court and a Community Sports Hub. The group were introduced to a new sport,…
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POP+ December 2018 Newsletter

Our December 2018 POP+ newsletter is out now and full of updates, opportunities, and events; including the introduction of the new POP+ CEO Matt Bell. Read it here.

Devonport Activity Centre – Newsletter

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PSEN Newsletter – 4th May

You should have received an email from us earlier this week with notification of our upcoming AGM. As a part of the event we will be electing our executive board and are currently accepting nominations. If you would like to be a part of PSEN’s journey then we would love to welcome you to the team. please return the form to us by Friday the 18th May at the latest.

ScieLine Newsletter – April 2018

The latest from the Social Care Institute for Excellence