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Support available for young...

If you are or know a young person who is looking for work, there is a lot of help available. A weekly Hot Opportunities vacancy listing, where we identify current apprenticeships / traineeships, entry level employment and volunteering opportunities and this can be found ...more

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Wiltshire Council libraries...

The library service in Wiltshire has joined a global campaign to eradicate illiteracy and build a brighter future for children and young people.   Throughout March from World Book Day (4 March) to Children’s Book Day (31 March), children and young people from ...more

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Climate Action Fund – rou...

The Climate Action Fund (CAF) is supporting communities across the UK to take action on climate change. These communities will demonstrate what’s possible when people lead in this work. With National Lottery funding, they’ll work together, share their learning and ...more

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Motivating a remote worksho...

Event Date : 16/03/2021

The theory goes that a more motivated workforce produces better results. But with one of the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic being that many organisations moved to remote working, how do leaders and managers motivate their teams when they are not in the same building and can only see them on a computer screen? In this workshop we will help you to motivate your remote workforce in a positive ...more

Sky dive for Alzheimer̵...

Event Date : 20/03/2021

Beat the lockdown blues and sign up to Alzheimer’s Support’s Skydive for Dementia on March 20th. Not only will you experience the thrill of a lifetime, but you’ll also raise money for people living with dementia in Wiltshire. The charity has teamed with skydive experts ...more

Sofa to Summit

Event Date : 01/04/2021

Are you ready to climb the highest mountain in the world, from your very own home, to support your local NHS? We’re challenging you to climb the height of Everest (8,848m to be exact!) and raise vital funds for patients, their families and staff at the Royal United Hospitals ...more

Telephone befrienders needed!

We are looking for friendly and confident volunteers based in Wiltshire to join our new Telephone Befriending Service to provide emotional support to local people living with sight loss during this critical period. Feeling isolated is a common challenge for people with sight loss, and recent ...more

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Fitness and Friendship

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Mentoring Volunteer

The Youth Adventure Trust is a registered youth development charity providing a programme of outdoor adventure camps and activity days for vulnerable young people from the Swindon and Wiltshire area. On our programme the young people take part in a range of outdoor activities which are designed ...more

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#running@Sport4Wiltshire Week 7 of our 10-week beginners programme is here! How have you been getting on? Good luck to everyone taking…

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@Sport4Wiltshire Over 1⃣2⃣0⃣0⃣0⃣ attendances to date in our online group exercise class programme!!! You can join in too, for free, b…

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@Sport4Wiltshire The Government has confirmed that leisure centres can open no earlier than Mon 12 April, subject to conditions. https…

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