Support 4 Sight has an exciting opportunity for the right person to become their new Chief Executive on the retirement of the current CEO. Over the last 27 years, they have built up an impressive track record of improving the lives of the visually impaired people in Mid and West Essex through working closely with the local community. … Read More
To support the wellbeing of Chelmsford residents, the Chelmsford Community Voluntary Services and Abberton Rural Training (ART) are working in partnership to bring a new community initiative to encourage residents to ‘Stay At Home, Grow Your Own’ Deputy Leader of Chelmsford City Council, Cllr Marie Goldman, Portfolio Holder for Connected Chelmsford, said: “Staying at home … Read More
Be part of something special in aid of Farleigh Hospice. Are you ready to be a #FarleighStar? Sign up for Farleigh’s first ever Starlight Walk. Join hundreds of inspiring men and women, as they step into the night and light up the streets of Chelmsford. Join them for a 6km or 11km walk through the … Read More
It is near impossible to miss the headlines relating to our sector at the moment, but whilst it might be easy to consider these as ‘big charity’ issues, the problems surrounding Oxfam present important lessons for smaller members of the sector too. All charities operating at an international, national or local level, have a duty not … Read More
Anglia Ruskin have released their Spring Newsletter, jam packed with loads of interesting and free events for the next few months. The Essex Book Festival runs from 1 March to 30 March and Anglia Ruskin are hosting a number of exciting events with various speakers attending the Chelmsford campus. You can view the full newsletter below.
In recent months, two main options for change have been discussed with patients, staff and stakeholders. Both options would have seen significant changes to the way the three A&E departments at Broomfield, Basildon and Southend hospitals operate. Having studied the available evidence and listened carefully to the views of local people, patients and stakeholders, clinicians … Read More
Here at the Centre Supporting Voluntary Action we will be upgrading our servers as well as performing an update on our current site at midnight tonight, 3 December 2015. This may result in us being unable to access emails and our website may be temporarily unavailable during the morning of 4 December. Please note that the potential down time for our … Read More