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Entrust Care Partnership – Holiday Opportunities

The Town Council have received an email from Entrust about the services that they offer. They are delighted to be able to offer families and disabled adults a new Holiday Break Service with opportunities to stay in Burnham, Skegness or Wicksteed Park at reasonable cost. Accommodation can sleep up to 6 people, and is specially adapted for disabled use, if necessary. Bookings are now being taken, and more information can be found by clicking the link to their website below:

http://www.entrustcarepartnership.org.uk/

In addition, please see the information leaflet below:

Entrust Care Holiday Leaflet 2

Further information about specific sites, and the accommodation on offer, or to book, click on the following links:

Short Breaks Accommodation and Site Information Feb 2015

Entrust Booking Request Form

 

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Warwickshire Trading Standards Newsletter

For the latest Warwickshire Trading Standards newsletter, giving information on the latest scams etc, please click on the link below:

Warwickshire Trading Standards Newsletter

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Community Grants Available – Apply soon

Grants are available for the next Whitnash Community Forum which is to be held on the 5th July.

Applications are required by 13th June at the latest to be in time to be considered at this meeting.

2016 Community Forum Grant Application Form

For more information click here: http://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/whitnashforum

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Warwickshire County Council launches Living in Warwickshire Survey

WCC has launched the Living in Warwickshire survey, which gives Warwickshire residents the chance to have their say on a range of public services within Warwickshire. The survey can be completed online at warwickshire.gov.uk/survey

This is an opportunity for people to have their say on what living in Warwickshire is really like. The research will gather people’s views on a variety of topics including health and wellbeing, community safety, local neighbourhoods, transport, and public service provision.
Click the video below to find out what people love about living in Warwickshire.
Living in Warwickshire video
Results from the survey will highlight key issues experienced by people on a day-to-day basis, including information on how they live, needs and challenges. This will inform council work programmes to address these local needs and shape services for the future.

The survey can be completed online only, all respondents must be aged over 18 years old and will have the opportunity to enter a prize draw to a win a Warwick Castle Family Annual Pass (for four people), a further 10 pairs of tickets to Warwick Castle will also be awarded.
The survey will close on Tuesday 31 May, to complete the survey today, visit: warwickshire.gov.uk/survey

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Latest Warwickshire Trading Standards Newsletter

For information on the latest scams to keep a look out for, please follow the link to the Warwickshire Trading Standards newsletter:

Warwickshire Trading Standards Newsletter, 24/4/16

 

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