Members from the co-production cohort that help make Birmingham a better place to grow older share their thoughts on ageing and community.
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As part of shaping the approach to creating an Active City in Birmingham, the Public Health Division is looking to commission a series of targeted focus group conversations about physical activity, especially exploring beliefs and attitudes to ways...
In early 2020 BVSC will be running a series of free peer learning meetings for leaders in the voluntary sector. The first session is aimed at strategic leads and CEOs; the second is for emerging leaders or operational leads.
A major charitable foundation is urging small charities in Birmingham not to miss out on the chance to benefit from a year of leadership coaching from a team of business mentors along with £6500 funding.
In order to move towards a healthy, affordable and sustainable food environment, the Public Health Division need to understand citizens views, influences and choices across all of these food topics and have created the Birmingham Food Survey. The...
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Registered Manager for the Camphill Village Trust Shared Lives Scheme, which supports people with additional/complex needs to live with specially trained carers, has won the Shared Lives Champion of the Year Award for 2019
Birmingham City Council is inviting organisations to provide quotations for supporting targeted focus groups on the topic of the health and wellbeing of Armed Forces veterans in the city.
Camphill Village Trust Shared Lives Scheme Manager wins national award.