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Friday, December 5th, 2014

Could you be the trustee a Solihull charity is looking for?

Your experience and skills could be really valuable to a charity or voluntary group and being a charity trustee can be very a rewarding experience. Is it time to consider whether you could become a trustee?

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Friday, December 5th, 2014

Just4You – young people’s sexual health resources

Sexual Health Promotion Service Birmingham have produced the eighth edition of their e-zine for professionals working with young people around sexual health.

Introducing the seventh edition of the Just4You E-zine!

Offering easy access for professionals working with young people in health and education to current campaigns, teenage pregnancy updates plus local and national issues relating to teenage

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Friday, December 5th, 2014

Keep a local child warm – donate a coat!

Any unwanted coats can be taken to Bosworth Community Centre, where they will go to a child who needs it this Winter. If you know of any children that would benefit from a coat you can use this referral form – or they can contact us directly.

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Friday, November 21st, 2014

Board members for Colebridge Enterprises

Board members sought to help disadvantaged people

Have you time to spare to use your skills and experience to help others? We are looking for new directors for Colebridge Enterprises to help us to take our work with disadvantaged trainees to the next level.

Colebridge Enterprises is a young and innovative, not-for-profit enterprise arm of a Solihull

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Friday, October 24th, 2014

HS2 Community and Business Support Funds (from 2017)

The Government has announced that communities and businesses near the new HS2 high speed railway will benefit from grants. The Community and Environment Fund (CEF) and the Business and Local Economy Fund (BLEF) will make up to £30 million available for residents and local communities between London and Birmingham to invest in public projects such

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Thursday, October 16th, 2014

Rough Sleeping – protocol for Solihull (October 14)

The updated Solihull Rough Sleeper Protocol has been published by Solihull Council.

The full protocol can be downloaded below. The appropriate responses to rough sleepers are:

children or young people sleeping rough – report via Solihull MBC’s Safeguarding pages: www.solihull.gov.uk/staysafe
adults sleeping rough – see Solihull MBC’s Sleeping Rough page for what to do

Download the protocol: Solihull Rough Sleeper Protocol

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Friday, October 10th, 2014

Talent Match Birmingham and Solihull

Talent Match is a five-year programme to support young adults who are long-term unemployed in Birmingham and Solihull

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Friday, September 19th, 2014

Resource to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation

A website has been launched at www.seeme-hearme.org.uk, which contains information about CSE and how to spot the warning signs.

Child sexual exploitation, CSE, is a crime that can affect any child, anytime, regardless of their social or ethnic background. It is child abuse and involves perpetrators grooming their victims in various ways, such as in person, via

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Thursday, September 11th, 2014

Hoarders’ Support Group

Clouds End CIC is starting a support group for people with hoarding issues.

Please see their flyer for the group.

The first meeting is 30th September at Solihull Fire Station
620 Streetsbrook Road
Solihull, B91 1QY

Contact details for Clouds End CIC:

Email: help@cloudsend.org.uk
0121 680 5287

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Thursday, August 28th, 2014

Children’s Clothing project

Children’s Clothing scheme launched in Solihull

We are writing to introduce our children’s clothing scheme that has been set up for families living in Solihull going through a difficult time/crisis/trauma. We believe this scheme could be of use to families you are supporting in Solihull.

Childrens Clothing.Solihull is a Community Interest Company and is a non profitable

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