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What we do: Typically our clients are men and women who are struggling to come to terms with one or more life-shocks. This could be cancer or other major illness, bereavement, job loss, divorce / break-up, and other types of losses. We help by equipping them with the right information and tools to work through the emotional impact of their traumatic experiences. In this way, they are able to face their grief, let go of any emotional pain limiting them, and regain a sense of wellbeing. For those who want to support children through grief, we offer a specially-designed 6-week course (see below). We also provide bespoke ‘Emotional First Aid’ training for HR staff, managers and other professionals who want to give the right support to any employees who have experienced a significant loss. Support With Life-Changing Events: Helping Children Deal with Loss Workshop – experiential training designed to help you support children through the ups and downs of life. Events such as moving house, pet loss and death of a grandparent are some of the first losses children can experience. This programme is aimed at parents, teachers, youth workers and other professionals who work with or care […]
The Isle of Wight Council Adult Community Learning Service (ACL) supports opportunities for Adults aged 19+ to develop new interests, skills or just have fun.
We are aiming to teach members of the local community to identify and record the military remains associated with Golden Hill Fort within the wider Country park that surrounds the fort.
Golden Hill, Norton Green, Freshwater PO40 9SJ
The British Heart Foundation in Ryde have the following vacancies in their new shop in the High Street
Idea: We hope to build a new Men’s Shed to benefit the community in the parish of Nettlestone & Seaview on the Isle of Wight.
We are always looking for volunteers to share their time, talents and skills with our members.We are currently looking for a volunteer who could run some gentle exercise sessions at the centre.
Splat Messy Play is the ‘go to’ provider of messy play classes, parties, and events for hundreds of children across the UK. Our weekly classes are designed for children aged six months and upwards, and have been specifically developed to encourage each child to learn, discover, explore, and create. With small, intimate classes, Splat Messy Play prides itself on its ability to provide an environment where children – and adults alike – are made to feel welcome, and given the opportunity to explore different colours, textures, and shapes at a pace that they are comfortable with.
The Isle of Wight College is a General Further Education (GFE) College with a broad curriculum that reflects the needs of the Island community.
IOW Irish Dance Academy -Irish Dancing classes, Irish Dancing School, Irish Dancers in Brading, Sandown, Isle of Wight. Classes in Irish dancing for ages 0-18 years+, Modern Freestyle Dance classes and Pre-school Dance classes also available. Classes taught by Irish Dance star Róisín Mullins as seen on ITV’s The X-Factor and Sky TV. Contact us for more information or visit www.roisinmullins.co.uk To register please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brading Youth Club, High Street, Brading, Sandown, Isle of Wight, PO36 0DQ
Driftwood Line Dance Club Join us for a friendly social evening in Freshwater. Holding classes for Beginners, improvers and intermediate dancers. Everyone welcome, come along and give us a try. Classes held on a Tuesday at 6pm – 7.30pm and 7.30pm – 9pm (please call for details) (Address is for contact only, not venue)
Classes A to Z offers a multitude of different private classes, courses and group lessons in Isle of Wight and surrounding areas. Here are some of our popular subjects: Maths, Music, Spanish When using Classes A to Z you will enter your postcode into our look up and you’ll be shown all the available classes near to you. This is your gateway to classes and courses throughout The Isle of Wight. Just visit our website to choose the best lesson type for you that fits your budget!
What does a fundraising group do? They help fundraise in the local community They help let people know about the important work of Wessex Cancer Trust They have a real impact of helping local people affected by cancer What are the benefits of being part of a fundraising group? You get to meet some wonderful, like-minded people in your community You can decide the type of fundraising your group does such as events or bucket collections You can have lots of fun, make great memories and make a difference How will we support you? We’ll be on hand to guide and advise you at every stage, and you’ll receive lots of advice and support from our community fundraising team including: Fundraising materials such as banners and balloons Help with planning a calendar of events Advice on promoting your events in your community Information on setting up a bank account and collecting funds
Wessex Cancer Trust, 19-21 Lugley Street, Newport, Isle of Wight, PO30 5HD
Wessex DriveAbility is a charitable organisation dedicated to assisting people with disabilities or medical conditions to drive independently. We also carry out Fitness to Drive Assessments for older persons. Wessex DriveAbility is accredited by Driving Mobility, a network of 17 independent organisations around the UK, offering a professional advice and assessment service to individuals with a disability, medical condition, accident or injury, which may have affected their ability to drive, or to transfer in and out of a vehicle. Alternatively, if you have not been diagnosed with a medical condition you may wish to ensure that you are still driving safely. For details regarding our Isle of Wight Outreach Centre, please contact us. All our locations have toilets and are wheelchair accessible. Registered Charity No. 1118653
Girlguiding Isle of Wight is part of Girlguiding which is the largest voluntary organisation for girls and young women in the UK today. Members are grouped by age into four sections: Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Senior Section/Rangers. However all female members of Girlguiding are often referred to using the generic term Guides. The aim of Guiding is to help girls and young women develop emotionally, mentally, physically and spiritually so that they can make a positive contribution to their community and the wider world. On the Isle of Wight we have 1,100 Rainbows, Brownies, Guides, Senior Section and Adult Leaders. We enable girls and young women to get involved in a huge range of exciting activities from outdoor challenges including archery, climbing and raft building, to helping encourage them to make their own decisions and develop new skills. There is also the opportunity for International trips with Girlguiding active in 146 countries around the World. If you want to find out more about Girlguiding or are interested in becoming a volunteer or you have a daughter that would like to join, please complete the form that you will find on the ‘Contact Us’ tab, so that we can assist you […]
POA Learning is committed to supporting communities through learning. Working with a range of organisations and learning providers, we aspire to make our learning centres as accessible to community members as possible, and aim to support any members of local communities who wish to engage in learning. POA Learning deliver a diverse range of class-room, paper and online based courses to HMPS staff, their families and members of the local community. If you are not directly involved with POA Learning and want to find out what services we offer, please contact your local regional learning centre. Office Address: Room 18, Albany House, HMP Isle of Wight, Parkhurst Road, Newport, PO30 5RS.
Educating & supporting both the private and public sectors. Accredited and certificated courses; first aid, medical emergencies, manual handling, driver training and more. Delivered by fully qualified professional NHS Ambulance Tutors, in a relaxed learning environment.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is the world’s leading youth achievement award, supporting almost 420,000 young people every year. The Duke of Edinburgh scheme is starting at Brading Youth Club in October 2017. Volunteers are needed to train as Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme leaders. All training provided. Gain skills, build your CV and contribute to your community. Join the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme in Brading. First meeting Tuesday 3rd October 2017 at Brading Youth Club. Ages 14 to 24. The adventure starts here! Registered Charity number: 1072490 Please contact D of E Coordinator Dominic Hough at BradingYouthClub@gmail.com with any enquiries or call (01983 407382)
The British Red Cross on the Island runs a Mobility and Daily Living Aids service. Making equipment available to the general public to loan in a crisis. The equipment ranges from Wheelchairs and commodes to smaller items like adaptive cutlery and dressing aids. We are always looking for volunteers to support the delivery of this service. Opportunities include working in the front office, dealing with telephone enquiries, administration of loans paperwork and serving our beneficiaries. There are opportunities for data entry and other admin tasks. If you are looking for a more practical line of volunteering there is the maintenance of the wheelchair fleet we operate, helping out with preparing equipment for use, or even delivery driver roles to get equipment to people in need. Give us a call or send an email and we will be delighted to give you more information.
British Red Cross, Red Cross House, Hunnycross Way, Newport Isle of Wight. PO33 3NB
The Older Drivers’ Appraisal Scheme is run by the Island’s fire and rescue service and provides an informal and confidential appraisal to help older drivers with their driving ability and how to best deal with a wide range of traffic situations. To arrange an appraisal, please contact Fire Service Community Safety on: 01983 823399 or email: email@example.com