Forth Valley Top Toes is currently recruiting for Leaflet Driver Volunteers, who will ensure that the service is well promoted across Falkirk District by making sure that promotional materials are displayed in local areas. Volunteers should be able to travel in their own area.
Age Scotland Enterprises, part of Age Scotland, is hosting a series of Funeral Plan Open Days beginning on Friday 28th October, 10am – 3pm at the Later Life Information Centre, 25 Upper Newmarket Street, Falkirk, FK1 1JH.
Strathcarron Hospice are working with local communities to find out what services and supports are available to people living with deteriorating health, enabling them to ”live right up to the end”.
Challenge Poverty Week is a national event which aims to bring to public attention the reality of poverty in Scotland, showing the impact it has on individuals and communities and addressing existing stereotypes, running Sunday 16th October – Saturday 22nd October.
The Scottish Government are seeking views on proposals relating to the implementation of certain sections of the Mental Health (Scotland) Act 2015 and associated regulations. As a result, they have launched a public online consultation. The closing date for responses is Monday 17th October.
The NHS Forth Valley Annual Review will take place on Tuesday 30th August, from 1.45pm in the Lecture Theatre at Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Larbert, FK5 4WR.
We are delighted to announce that, in partnership with Solicitors for Older People, we will be holding the FREE 2016 Older People’s Day event on Friday 30th September, 10am – 2pm at the Forth Valley Sensory Centre, Camelon.
In her Priorities for Government speech on Wednesday 25th May 2016, the First Minister announced that the Scottish Government would undertake an ‘end-to-end’ review of enterprise and skills services.
Following a consultation with the Scottish third sector and public, overseen by the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO), a new Scottish independent fundraising panel will be formed.
Following on from their initial programme of engagement centred around the question “What are your priorities for your police service?”, the Scottish Government has launched its formal consultation on draft Strategic Police Priorities. The consultation will be open for responses from the public until Tuesday 16th August 2016.