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The BME Express: Edition 28

The BME Express: Edition 28
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THE BME EXPRESS:
EDITION 28
 
 
 
BRINGING YOU ALL THE LATEST SECTOR NEWS! 
Dear readers, welcome to the new design for the BME EXPRESS. 
This newsletter is for you our readers to receive quality information. 

If you wish to submit any articles, advertisements or additional information to be included in the newsletter send it to office@lancashirebmenetwork.org.uk by the 25th of the month. 
LBN UPDATES
Vacancy: Senior Project Officer


Diversity Celebration Event
Nominations are in and we are currently looking through the applications. Look out for updates on our social media!
Facebook: www.facebook.com/LancsBME
Twitter: www.twitter.com/LBN_Accrington
Funding News

Funding Workshop on Awards for All 
The workshop is being delivered by Dorothy Shears on behalf of Community CVS & Hyndburn & Ribble Valley CVS and is aimed at small groups who have not applied before. If your group could do with up to £10,000 to run a project within Blackburn with Darwen, Hyndburn or the Ribble Valley – this workshop could be just what you need.
Tuesday 3rd October - 9.30 am to 12.30 at the Conference Room, Boulevard Centre, 45 Railway Road, BLACKBURN BB1 1EZ.

To reserve a place, please telephone Lynn Hennessy or Graham Aspin on 01254 583957 or e-mail office@communitycvs.org.uk

Is your group in need of Governance or Funding Advice?
45 minute sessions are available with Catherine Cosslett at West Lancs CVS on Tuesdays/Thursdays between 10am until 2pm.
Appointments must be booked in advance via catherine@wlcvs.org

Funding for Cancer Support Groups and Individuals Affected by Cancer
The next closing date for the Macmillan Supporting You to Help Others Grant Programme scheme is 10 November 2017.
The grants available include Start-up funds of up to £500 to support new self-help and support project for people affected by cancer; development funds of up to £3,000 to support the ongoing activities and development of self-help and support projects for people affected by cancer; User involvement grants of up to £3,000 to encourage the involvement of people affected by cancer in the design and improvement of cancer services and Individual development grants of up to £500 to enable people affected by cancer to develop their skills and use their cancer experience to help support others affected by cancer.  Applications will be accepted from individuals or groups of people affected by cancer and organisations and professionals working in partnership with people affected by cancer.
See website: http://www.macmillan.org.uk/information-and-support/coping/talking-about-cancer/find-groups-and-talks-near-you/how-we-support-your-group.html

BBC Children in Need - Small Grants Programme
Not for profit organisations such as schools; registered charities; voluntary organisations; churches; and community interest groups; etc. can apply for grants of up to £10,000 per year for up to 3 years for projects that help children and young people overcome effects of:
·         Illness, distress, abuse or neglect; disability
·         Behavioural or psychological difficulties
·         Poverty and deprivation.
The closing date is 1 December 2017.  See website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/4fJVTzz5QmQx5rx0S4NVg0Q/small-grants

Sector Updates

Lancashire Sport Partnership
Lancashire Sport Partnership has successfully been granted funding to continue and develop the provision of Satellite Clubs across Lancashire for the next 18 months.
They would like to invite you/your organisation to attend one of their events which will consist of a short 15 minute presentation to share information about their latest approach to Satellite Clubs.
Nelson: 03/10/17, 3pm Hodge House Community Centre, Regent St, Nelson, BB9 8LJ.
Blackpool: 10/10/17, 3pm at Spencer Court Community Centre, Spencer Court, FY1 3TW.
Preston: 13/11/17, 3pm at Community Gateway, Harbour House, Port Way, Preston PR2 2DW
 
Vacancies

Ludus Dance - Business Development and Fundraising Manager
Salary:  Up to £28,000 pro rata depending on experience
Hours:   30 hours (4 days) per week, flexible
Application deadline:  10 am on Monday 16th October 2017
Interviews:  Tuesday 24th October 2017
For more information, email info@ludusdance.org .
What's On

Care Network  -  In partnership with Blackburn with Darwen : Hate Crime Week Awareness Events 
Tuesday 17th October, Wednesday 18th October & Thursday 19th October 2017 at Your support Your Choice, 9a Town Hall Street, Blackburn.

Modern Slavery Conference 
This conference is taking place on 16 October 2017.
If you wish to attend the event which is being run by Lancashire Constabulary please click on the Eventbrite link below and complete the registration: 
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/modern-slaveryhuman-trafficking-conference-tickets-37234926668

Websites and Social Media for Charities and Community Groups
Wednesday 25th October at Great Eccleston Village Centre, 5.30pm.
Topics covered will include:
Thinking about your audience - where are they and what platforms are they using
Discussing campaign and content ideas
Hashtags and getting topical
Getting hands-on with Facebook and Twitter

To book a place or for more information, contact Simon Lawton
simon.lawton@cvsbwf.org.uk or mobile: 07528 726554







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