Community Action: MK – Welcome to the Community Action: MK Weekly Update…

Welcome to the Community Action: MK Weekly Update…

In this week’s edition:



Healthwatch Milton Keynes Strategy Launched

The new Healthwatch Strategy for Milton Keynes strategy sets out how they will fulfil the dual role of engaging with the local population, and ensuring that those who pay for services listen, respond to their needs and design services alongside them. Healthwatch MK’s role is to amplify the voice of local people and use it…
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Volunteering Opportunity of the Week: Baby Clinic Meet and Greeter

MK Hospital NHS Trust are looking for volunteers to greet people attending baby clinics at various locations throughout Milton Keynes: Neath Hill Surgery, Wednesday 9.30 – 11.30 Newport Pagnell Medical Centre, Tuesday 1-3 Oakridge Park Health Centre, Tuesday, 9.30 -11.30 Watling Vale Medical Centre, Wednesday 9.30 – 11.15. Read more and apply here. #volunteermk
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Community Life: Parkside Medical Centre Charity Concert


Opportunities: Call for Women to Take Part in Head Case Arts Workshops

Jobs in the Voluntary Sector: Building Better Opportunities Job Club Support Worker

POST TITLE: Building Better Opportunities Job Club Support Worker LOCATION: Age UK Milton Keynes Head Office RESPONSIBLE TO: Building Better Opportunities Manager RESPONSIBLE FOR: Supporting clients who attend Job Clubs to use digital technology for: Developing Job Search Skills; CV’s; Identifying training needs; and Supporting them into work POSITION STATUS: 6 months fixed term contract…
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Jobs in the Voluntary Sector: Sports Development Assistant (Ping! MK)

Summer Job opportunity with Leisure, Community Facilities and Sports Development Team at MK Council:  Sports Development Assistant (Ping! MK) MK Council are looking for an individual to join their team for the next 6 months to lead on the Ping! MK Table Tennis project over the summer, for 20hrs per week. This will be an opportunity to…
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Funding Alert: Communities at risk of illegal money lending

New funding available from The England Illegal Money Lending Team to be used to benefit local communities. For the year 2018-2019 organisations will be able to apply for  up to £5,000 to directly target an area affected by, or believed to be at risk of illegal money lending. Your project idea needs to be delivered…
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