COVEY Befriending have been awarded a grant from the Big Lottery Fund for £289,641. The grant will allow COVEY to continue delivering their Pathways to Confidence project in the Hamilton, Blantyre, Uddingston and Bellshill areas for a further three years.
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The Routes have a vacancy for a Work Coach. The post will support the WorkAble programme which we are delivering on behalf of the Wise Group. Should you wish to know more about the programme or about the role please speak to Susan Fairley, Operations Manager by email: email@example.com or call: 0141 646 0540. or see the attached job description.
Friends of the Calder were delighted to welcome over 20 employees from SGN to the Milheugh area on Friday 30th June, 2017. Blantyre Community Councillor and SGN employee, James Devine took a proposal to his manager, Gary Connor about possible volunteer work that could be carried out to support Friends of the Calder in his local community.
The work of South Lanarkshire Council is guided by the Council Plan, Connect, which sets out their Vision, Values, Ambitions and Objectives. The current version of Connect came to an end in March 2017 and they are now preparing a new plan for the period 2017 to 2022 and are keen to hear your views on how they can make the Council Plan better.
People are being invited to join a FREE family fun day at the recently restored Roman Bathhouse, Strathclyde Country Park, this coming Saturday 1st July, 11am-4pm.
Want to joing the team at Wiston Lodge? They have 4 exciting opportunities for young unemployed young adults aged 16-24 years through Community Jobs Scotland.
Do you want to work as part of a small team with a charity that provides support to families and children affected by addiction? Do you want to support families who may be at a critical stage of their lives and support them as they continue on their own road of recovery from addiction? Do you have great organisation skills and work well as part of a team?
South Lanarkshire Health and Social Care Partnership’s vision is “Working together to improve health and wellbeing in the community – with the community.”
It is about improving people’s experience of health and social care. It is also about helping people living in their communities to live well, to know how to enhance their health and wellbeing and for communities to recognise their strengths, their dependencies and interdependencies.