Are you over 60 and live in Manchester?
The SILVERLINKS project provides older people with information about their housing options so they can plan for the future
Want to know more? Come along to a free information session
“Housing & Social Care Options for Older People”
On 13 March 2013 1.00pm – 4.00pm at the National foortball Musuem, Urbis Building, Cathedral Gardens, Manchester M4 3BG
Macc is seeking applications to the post of Part Time Volunteer Development Worker with Volunteer Centre Manchester. This post will actively promote all aspects of volunteering across the City of Manchester. This includes identifying new volunteering opportunities, providing a range of good practice support for volunteer involving organisations and delivering a responsive and customer focussed brokerage service for volunteers.
The post holder will be responsible to the Volunteer Centre Manager
On occasion you may be required to work evenings or weekends and TOIL applies
Macc is seeking applications for the post of Policy and Voice Manager. The successful applicant will line manage Macc’s Policy and Voice Team and have responsibility for the day to day management of Macc’s work to enable local voluntary and community sector groups, and the people they support, to have their voice heard on significant issues and key areas of public policy and activity in Manchester.
The post holder will be responsible to the External Services Director
On occasion you may be required to work evenings or weekends and TOIL applies.
Saint Paul’s Catholic High School in Wythenshawe was delighted to be recognised nationally as one of the 100 most improved schools in the country. The school recently received official recognition of their achievement from the Rt Hon David Laws MP Minister of State for Schools.
The school has been highlighted as one of the 100 most improved schools in the country in terms of the progress the pupils have made between their Key Stage 2 results (i.e. when the pupils left primary school) and their GCSE results.
Work starts in February to reduce the risk of flooding to over 2,000 homes and businesses in Salford.
The Environment Agency will be refurbishing flood defences along the River Irwell in Lower Kersal and Lower Broughton. The work will take up to 11 months and will involve building a rock wedge in the river that will strengthen and protect the existing defences and help manage the risk of flooding for decades to come.