Come and see us at the Information drop in session, and obtain some excellent advice and guidance.
The sessions are taking place in Llanrwst and Conwy.
Please find the link below for the latest edition of the WCVA weekly Consultation Bulletin for your information.
For National Assembly of Wales current consultations click here
For further information about completed consultations from the Committees below is the link that takes you straight to a list of the Committees and each Committee page has information about all the work they are currently undertaking.
Community Interest (CIC) Workshop
Thursday 5th February 2015
1:00pm until 4:00pm
Kinmel Bay and Towyn Resource Centre,
Kinmel Bay, LL18 5BT
Costs: £10 each for CVSC/DVSC Members, £20 wider Voluntary Sector, £40 Private and Statutory
Please contact CVSC on 01492 534091 or e-mail email@example.com to book your place,
remembering to let us know of any specific requirements you may have.
Please see below for information and a booking form for a Recruitment and Retention of Volunteers half day course taking place on 4th February 2015. Please return the booking form by 28th January 2015.
How Low and No cost Tech Tools can help organisations do more with less
Organisations and community groups are so busy and have such limited resources, that knowing how technology tools can help save you time and money is something we all need.
Communities 2.0 are running a FREE event to show you some low and no cost tools that can help your group to manage everyday tasks. We will be looking at tools for;
· Communicating and Sharing Information
· Organising and Running Events
· Developing your Online Presence
· Holding Online meetings
· Consulting with your members
The workshop will be a full day with refreshments and limited to 1 place per organisation.
Bookings can be made at: www.eventbrite.co.uk
Heritage Lottery Fund – Funding Surgery
Tuesday 27th January 2015
At the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) we know that some community and voluntary groups are nervous of filling in grant application forms. This is why we offer a one-to-one advice service where you can meet officers and talk through your project and the process of applying for a grant.
We have a clear heritage focus but that doesn’t just mean old buildings. It can also include history and heritage reflected through communities, people’s memories and stories, and working with young people to explore ideas of identity and place.
Sally Roberts, Development Officer at HLF, will be at the CVSC Offices, 8 Riviere’s Avenue, Colwyn Bay, LL29 7DP on Tuesday 27th January 2014.
Places are limited and booking is essential. To book a place please email the Heritage Lottery Fund at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 029 2023 4142
Conwy is a Priority Development Area for the HLF. This means that we are keen to receive more grant applications from the area and help create opportunities for new heritage projects.
Views are sought on amendments to the current Regulations and Establishment Order which apply to Community Health Councils (CHCs) in Wales.
This is a result of recommendations made by Professor Marcus Longley in his 2012 report Moving Towards World Class?: A Review of Community Health Councils in Wales. Some of the proposed changes also reflect recommendations on the functions of CHCs made in other reports received during 2014.
End of consultation: 09/01/2015
The documents can be found at the attached link.
Feedback please to Wendy Jones email@example.com
The High Sheriff of Clwyd Awards were launched in 2013 to recognise individuals or voluntary/ community organisations or groups (with charitable aims) that have made an outstanding contribution to their respective communities.
The winners will be presented with their awards at an event to be held at Coleg Cambria’s Deeside Campus, Kelsterton Road, Connah’s Quay on Thursday the 26th March, 2015 at 6pm for 6.30pm.
To nominate a group or organisation please follow the link below to fill out the online nomination form
We are gathering support and information for a funding application for a growing need within the community. Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Please follow the link to fill in a questionnaire