Posted in January 2014

Job: Hub Leader, Bristol Plays Music

Bristol Music Trust, a charity responsible for Bristol’s largest concert venue Colston Hall and for educational activity through Bristol Plays Music, is seeking to recruit a Hub Leader. Bristol Plays Music (BPM) is the new music education hub for Bristol. It delivers a broad range of music education opportunities to both schools and the wider … Continue reading

Funding: small grants for young carers

Funding: small grants for young carers

After three successful funding rounds, Carers Trust are delighted to announce the launch of the fourth round of their small grants programme, Young Carers Can… funded by Comic Relief. Grants of up to £2,500 will be awarded to provide fun, social and structured activities that will tackle social exclusion and improve the self-esteem of young … Continue reading

Funding: Advice surgery in Chippenham

Funding: Advice surgery in Chippenham

DEVELOP are running an advice surgery in Chippeham on 19 February 2014 for voluntary and community groups who would like some support with their search for funding. The advice clinic will take place between 1pm – 4:30pm  and sessions of 20 minutes will be allocated per group. More details here.  Please call 0845 034 5250 … Continue reading

Training: Survey of needs

Training: Survey of needs

DEVELOP is set up to support, develop and enhance local voluntary and community action, enabling voluntary and community groups to confidently start up, and do the very best job they possibly can. Whether it is helping you to find volunteers, ensuring you have the correct policies and procedures in place or learning through networking with people in similar situations. … Continue reading

Funding: Foyle Foundation

Funding: Foyle Foundation

The Foyle Foundation is inviting small local charities to apply for funding through its Small Grants programme. Through its Small Grants Programme, grants of between £1,000 and £10,000 are available to smaller charities in the UK, especially those working at grass roots and local community level, in any field, across a wide range of activities. … Continue reading

Wiltshire’s Big Pledge

Wiltshire’s Big Pledge

As part of the legacy for Wiltshire, we want to bring people together to deliver events and activities that create a positive change at community level. get more people active by encouraging them to take part in a  activity as part of a healthy lifestyle. Starting on 2 April 2014 and running for 12 weeks, … Continue reading

Opportunity: Calling all creative young people

Opportunity: Calling all creative young people

Calling all creative young people!  Salisbury Teenage Market Sunday 30th March, 11am – 3pm   The Guildhall Square, Salisbury   It’s free to attend, free to take part & you could make some money! 2014 sees the launch of Salisbury City Council’s brand new Teenage Market. These markets are for young people to come together … Continue reading

Opportunity: Can you reinvent the bookplate?

Opportunity: Can you reinvent the bookplate?

As part of Hoodwink’s Creative Libraries commission to create promenade performance A Library Odyssey for Trowbridge, Chippenham and Salisbury libraries Hoodwink are looking for an artist to deliver a participatory workshop day at each library to make bookplate/bookmarks, BUT, we don’t want traditional printing or bookplate techniques – We want to reinvent the bookplate/bookmark in the … Continue reading