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Derbyshire Dales CVS Email Newsletter
 
 
 
 
In 2021 funding of £100K through Public Health Derbyshire County Council was allocated to each district in Derbyshire to support positive emotional well-being for children and young people through a community asset-based approach.  Public Health is working with community partners, including Derbyshire Dales CVS to do this work.
 
As part of this programme in the Derbyshire Dales, a small grants scheme is being launched. Voluntary and Community Sector organisations, and Parish Councils can apply for up to £2,000 to fund existing work or for a new project that will support emotional wellbeing for children and young people. The funding can support both capital and revenue costs.
 
For an application form and a set of guidelines please e-mail neil@ddcvs.org.uk or call Neil Moulden on 07483 161659. Neil will be happy to answer any questions you have about the funding, and discuss any project ideas that you have. The deadline for applications is 5.00 pm on 30th June 2022.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Co-ordinator Vacancy with Connex’ Digital Inclusion Project
 
 
Connex Community Support is a local charity that helps people in need to live safer and more fulfilled lives.
 
In the Dales, Connex Community Support has a long history of helping people who may be geographically and/or socially isolated. Their ‘Tea, Talk & Tech’ digital inclusion project, is one of the newest additions to their range of services supporting people in the local community. The ethos is very much providing people with help in an informal way, demystifying technology in terms that are appropriate to the individual.
 
From small steps at the height of the pandemic, when the Connex team remotely supported a handful of service users to connect over Zoom, the organisation is delighted to see this service growing rapidly to meet both digital and social inclusion needs. As this service is growing rapidly, there is a vacancy for a project coordinator: this is an exciting role, requiring someone with drive, passion and excellent interpersonal skills.
 
The new coordinator will need to continue to reach out to service users who require one-to-one support at home, whilst supporting and expanding our digital community cafés through partnership working and growing our amazing team of Digital Champion volunteers.
 
Current community hubs are only made possible by working collaboratively with Ashbourne Sports & Community Partnership, the 50+ Forums, Platform Housing and others: you will need to continue to work with our partners to ensure the success of this project.
 
Part time: 18 hours
Based: Derbyshire Dales
FTE Salary: £23,088
 
Closing Date: 9am, 6th June, 2022
Interview Date: 10th June, 2022
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
High Peak CVS run a bereavement support group service for adults with significant loss.
 
Any adult struggling to cope with their bereavement can be referred in or refer themselves for group support.
 
We have groups in Buxton, Glossop, Chapel en le Frith and have just opened a new group in the Hope Valley, we aim to provide all of the High Peak, which can include residents from neighbouring areas, with a local bereavement support group.
 
To find out more on our website, go to https://highpeakcvs.org.uk/bereavement or call 01663 735350 option3 or email: bereavement@highpeakcvs.org.uk
 
Download a poster as a PDF here Nov 21 Bereavement – All Groups – A4 (2)
 
  Bereavement Support Groups throughout the High Peak
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Thu 26th May - Thu 26th May
 
10:30am - 11:00am
 
Our Coffee Morning on 26th May will be focussed on cyber security and scams awareness with a talk from Derbyshire Cyber Protection Officer, Samantha Hancock.
 
Please join us  – all are welcome – whether you are interested for your own personal use of smart-devices or to help those you work / volunteer for.
 
Contact Sarah or Polly for the Zoom link by calling 01629 812154 and pressing 1 for Development Workers or emailing enquiries@ddcvs.org.uk
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Adverse Camber is one of the UK’s leading storytelling production companies,  based at Cromford Mills, part of the UNESCO Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site. Working in Derbyshire and across the UK and internationally, the organisation is currently leading participatory and engagement projects through storytelling with a range of partners, in addition to commissioning, touring and providing professional development support for artists, practitioners and venues.
 
Looking to the future, the current Board of Trustees is looking to expand its membership.  The organisation became a registered charity in November 2021 and trustees want to ensure the organisation can draw on the right mix of skills to govern and lead its vision, becoming more sustainable and a robust force for change over the coming years.
 
If you would like to find out more, take a look at Adverse Camber’s website. They are looking to receive expressions of interest by Monday 6th June, 5pm in order to have informal conversations in mid-June.
 
You are also welcome to contact Adverse Camber in advance, email hello@adversecamber.org.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
SV2 is looking for a new chair and some new trustees to support the organisation through an exciting period of change and development.
 
Lauren Stoner, Chief Exec says ‘We’re particularly keen to hear from people who are under-represented in our services, including men, LGBTQ+ people and people from minoritized communities.’
 
For more information, and an application pack, please contact lauren.stoner@sv2.org.uk
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Lottery is starting a conversation about how they should best support UK communities, this video explains why. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UFinrBsu ...
 
Communities across the UK are facing fresh challenges and opportunities and have new hopes and aspirations. And the National Lottery Community Fund would like you to help them better understand what these are and how they might support them.
 
“We want to ensure that we are using all of our resources to be the best we can be. We want to ensure that we remain relevant, responsive and supportive to the communities we serve. Our funding, knowledge, insight and networks all have value to add as we continue to respond to communities. By sharing your thoughts and ideas you can help ensure we, and the support we provide, remain fit and future-focused.”
 
With this in mind, there is a survey to complete and share your thoughts https://www.puttingcommunitiesfirst.org. ...
 
This survey closes on 22nd May.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Do you run a project or organisation that exists to improve your local community? Is it led by local people and less than four years’ old?
 
This FREE support programme will give you the head-space, support network and funding needed to start or diversify your income from trading.
 
The Community Business Trade Up Programme is run in partnership with Power to Change. Community businesses on this programme typically increase their income from trading by 64% in one year.
 
Applications welcomed from all community businesses, particularly keen to support community business who meet any of these criteria:
 
• Led by a board or team who are mostly from a racialised and minoritised community
• Led by a young person (aged 18-34)
• Located in and giving support to very deprived or disadvantaged local communities
 
This is a free learning programme, to help you build your income, confidence, resilience and impact, with up to £5,000 Match Trading grant, a community business peer mentor as well as the opportunity to meet regularly with other people running organisations like yours.
 
You’ll benefit from the School for Social Entrepreneur’s practical learning style and Action Learning approach. No textbooks – just inspiring people who’ve been there and done it.
 
This programme is open to ‘early stage’ community businesses in England – between 1-4 years old that are working towards these criteria:
• Locally rooted – your organisation exists to benefit your local neighbourhood, village or town; your local area is at the heart of what you do
• Accountable to the local community – you consult local people about what you do, and communicate with them
• Trading for the benefit of the local community – you want to increase your income from trading by at least £4,000 in the next year, with profits re-invested to benefit your local community
• Making a broad community impact – what you do engages different groups of people from your local area
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fri 20th May - Fri 20th May
 
10:00am - 11:30am
 
A group of Derbyshire Link Workers co-produced this Link Worker Manifesto as part of an artist led support programme, designed by Arts Derbyshire, during the pandemic lock downs.
 
It is an expression of why this group of Link Workers believe their role exists; what they think the potential of their practice is and what they need in order to achieve that potential. As Social Prescribing fundamentally relies on cross-sector, collaborative working, in which the medical model sits alongside the social, the Manifesto is ultimately intended as a provocation to ask whether there is real collective vision for this work is and to question whether we are all on the same page, locally, regionally and nationally.
 
During this national launch of the Manifesto, you will hear from some of the Link Workers involved, alongside Deborah Munt from Arts Derbyshire, and from Public Health in Derbyshire County Council, who commissioned the work.
 
A panel of invited guests, representing health and culture, will then give their responses to the Manifesto. Confirmed so far are Dr Marie Polley (Co-Founder and Co-Chair of the Social Prescribing Network), Nanjin Islam (Development Lead – Support for Social Prescribing, National Academy for Social Prescribing and Richard Ings (London area lead on arts in health, wellbeing and criminal justice, Arts Council England).
 
You can book your place at the launch here:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/linkworke ... and you can access full details about the programme of free events for Creativity and Wellbeing Week events here: https://www.culturehealthandwellbeing.or ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Deadline: 6th June 2022
 
Grants are available to charities in Great Britain for projects that empower householders to reduce their carbon emissions and engage positively with the transition to net zero.  The minimum grant that can be requested is £50,000 for projects up to two years. Applications are accepted from registered charities, Community Interest Companies, Community Benefit Societies and Cooperative Societies. The following types of projects are unlikely to be funded:
 
  •  Projects for carbon saving measures in bespoke individual buildings or unique building typologies that are not widely replicable and so will have a limited impact on UK carbon emissions.
 
  •  Projects where the application does not demonstrate sufficient relevant expertise within the project team. This is especially important for projects that aim to provide advice on carbon emissions reduction.
 
  •  Projects that focus on awareness raising but do not demonstrate a clear pathway to delivering meaningful and lasting carbon emissions reductions (eg through installation of measures). Advice should lead to verifiable actions.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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