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Warwickshire County Council invests £300k to tackle homelessness

Warwickshire County Council is pleased to announce an investment of £300,000 to tackle homelessness. The two-year programme of work will focus on those with mental health, drugs and/or alcohol problems. The council will work with District and Boroughs, CCGs, Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust, Warwickshire Police and third sector organisations to determine the best approach […]

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Have Your Say on local healthcare services

An invitation to Have Your Say on local healthcare services NHS South Warwickshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), the local NHS organisation which plans and buys health services for the local population in Warwick and Stratford Districts, is inviting local residents to share their views on health services in the area. If you would like to […]

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Temporary closure of the public footpath from Masters Road to Acre Close

Please be aware that it is the intention of the County Council to close the public footpath from Masters Road to Acre Close, to allow replacement street lighting to be installed. This should only last from 19th February – 20th February. For more info, see the notice from the County Council below: WARWICKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL […]

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Explore Volunteering in 2018

Every day thousands of Warwickshire residents give their time to a good cause. Warwickshire CAVA have organised an event to celebrate the hard work of all our volunteers, and to encourage others to join up to the volunteering community in 2018. Helen Wilkinson, Volunteering Co-ordinator at WCAVA said… ‘Please visit us at our ‘Explore Volunteering’ […]

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Minibus drivers wanted

WRCC Back & 4th are a local charity based in Wellesbourne, who are looking for new staff members to join their community transport team, based from their depot in Wellesbourne. Minibus Drivers (8.38 per hour) Part time hours transporting children to and from school. Either split shifts or weekly morning or afternoons to suit, during […]

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