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From the Work Experience team at West London College.

We are currently sourcing unpaid Work Experience opportunities for our Level 3 Health and Social Care students. Can you help?

Our Level 3 Health and Social Care students are required to complete a 1-2 day a week placement running from mid November-July. During this time they will need to complete 350 hours of unpaid work.

These students have already completed between 1-3 years of Work Experience with the College already so are looking for a placement to help develop the skills they have already gained preparing them for employment within the industry as well as supporting their University applications.

The students who have been selected to take part in this long term placement are hardworking and committed to volunteering within the Health and Social Care sector, they will also have their full enhanced DBS check.

If you are able to accommodate our students within your business for a Work Experience placement or would like some further details please let me know.

Kerri Ryan
Employment Team Manager Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College

Email: ke.ryan@wlc.ac.uk
Phone: 020 7565 1283
Web: www.wlc.ac.uk

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Click the image above to go to the WLAC website

Jigsaw Club is a drop-in ‘stay and play’ for under 5s and their parents/carers which runs on Wednesdays, 10:30-14:30 during term time at the Chelsea Methodist Church on Kings Road. It is a chance for children and adults to socialise, play and eat a lovely, freshly-prepared lunch together. Volunteers are needed to help set up activities, run the craft table, supervise and play with the children, serve lunch and pack away the toys at the end of the session. It is a wonderful place to volunteer and a fantastic opportunity for someone with experience working with children to get involved in the local community.

Interested? Contact: team@wlac.org.uk.


We are looking for a highly experienced and exceptional chair for (The Sands End Arts and Community Centre) a new charity in Hammersmith & Fulham.

Click Here for more information and to download a new trustee recruitment pack and application form.

Click the following links for posters containing the above information if you are able to advertise the opportunity

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Kamal Hanif
Community Regeneration Manager
Growth and Place
Hammersmith & Fulham Council
Tel:      020 8753 4563
Mobile: 044777 1843 975
Web:    www.lbhf.gov.ukbr>Email:   kamal.hanif@lbhf.gov.uk


Part-time  19 hours per week        

Contract:  Fixed one year from commencement – £12,480  

We help people to exercise their rights, providing Housing, Welfare, Debt and Employment advice, supporting clients to achieve financial and social empowerment.

We are currently looking to build on and develop our fundraising activity.  We are seeking a proactive fundraiser with a focus on Trusts, Foundations and Corporate funding and experience in communication, marketing and promotion.  We are seeking an individual who will be an ambassador for the Service and passionate about developing and securing its financial future.

Interested in pursuing this role? Visit http://cahf.org.uk/about-us/work-us/ for more details.

Closing Date:     Friday 9th November 2018 by 10am

Interview Dates:    Thursday 15th November 2018 (fixed date)

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Residents aged over 55 who aren’t having lunch with anyone on Christmas Day are invited to join us at the H&F Big Christmas Day Lunch at the town hall.

H&F Council throws a Christmas Day lunch party for residents every year. This year we are expecting up to 350 guests.

Click Here for the full post on the LBH&F website


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Looking for something different to do? Try a Shared Reading group. Groups are open to all, readers and non-readers alike. Come along and listen to stories and poems read aloud. It’s an opportunity to read and talk together in a friendly and relaxing environment. Free refreshments provided!

Click the image above for the Flyer which gives you all the dates, times and venues you need.

Want to learn more? Contact;
Liz Ison
mob: 07807 106815
email: lizison@thereader.org.uk

Erin Carlstrom:
mob: 07483972020
email: erincarlstrom@thereader.org.uk

Do you often have difficulty understanding what people are saying? Is your television turned up too loud?

Do you miss hearing the door bell ring?

Perhaps we can help you with this common problem and suggest solutions.

We encourage you to join one of our free 1.5 hour sessions. Chat about your hearing problems and learn great tips of how to overcome them.

Click Here for the course flyer which coontains the nformation in this post as well as contact and more course details

Course details

Friday Nov 9th 2018 from 10.30am – 12.00pm for 7 weeks.

Elgin Close Resource Centre, 3 Elgin Close, Shepherds Bush W12 9NH (Click Here for a map)


Jennifer Thaxter

Community Outreach Worker
phone: 020 3815 2186 | mobile: 07872 811113 | email: jennifer.thaxter@nhhg.org.uk
Notting Hill Genesis   Elgin Close Resource Centre 3 Elgin Close, Shepherds Bush W12 9NH

The Ascent project is a pan-London project funded by London Councils, which aims to tackle sexual and domestic violence and abuse across London. It is made up of six strands – the Support Services to Organisations strand aims to support voluntary and community organisations working with those affected by domestic and/or sexual violence.

You can access all of the Ascent project’s trainings here, and read about the events we are holding here, but I thought I’d send you a selection of our upcoming offerings. All of our trainings are free to London-based organisations or projects working with those affected by sexual and/or domestic violence:

Safe Minimum Practice Standards for BME organisations

Expert-led Training delivered by Imkaan

7 November 2018, 10.30am – 12.30pm

Cost: Free to BME Women in by and for BME ending VAWG sector in London

Learn more and register here.


Family Law in the News

Expert-led Training delivered by Rights of Women

1 November 2018, 10.00am – 1.00pm

Learn more and register here.


Finances for Joint Projects and Consortia

Sustainability training delivered by Women’s Resource Centre

15 November, London N7 9DP

Learn more and register here.


Dismantling Barriers: Improving the accessibility of services for disabled women and girls

Special Event delivered by Women’s Resource Centre

22nd November, London N1 9PW

Learn more and register here.


Cara Atkinson
Development Officer
020 7697 3461

Understanding and supporting women and their organisations.

United House, North Road, London, N7 9DP | 020 7697 3450 | www.wrc.org.uk
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Reg. Charity 1070606 Ltd Company 02462336

Advance LogoAdvance is a well-respected, award-winning and innovative women-only organisation, established in 1998, providing emotional and practical support to women experiencing domestic abuse and supporting women with custodial and community sentences to reduce offending. Our values are to listen and support, to empower and respect, to collaborate, innovate and be accountable. We have expanded our services significantly over the past 2 years, with annual income to over £3m and 75 staff, reaching over 3000 women and their children.

Current Opportunities

  • Female* Community Keyworker – Minerva WA service Click Here for the link to the Job Advert and information

Click Here to go to the Advance Job website and to download the application form and Job Description for the above and other current roles.

This post is open to *female applicants only as being female is deemed to be a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9, Paragraph 1 of the Equality Act 2010. 

Would you like the opportunity to support your local community in an emergency situation?

CAMERA is a new and innovative emergency response & recovery volunteer team that has launched in the London Boroughs of Camden and Hammersmith & Fulham which will enable local people, businesses and organisations to help in a time of emergency through volunteering skills and experience as well as donating goods and space. The experience of the Grenfell Tragedy has highlighted that local people want to offer their skills and experience in an emergency, but were not allowed to as there was no time to vet their skills or train them. CAMERA will enable local people who have useful skills and experience, to offer their skills in an emergency, easily. Volunteers will be fully trained and will be called upon in an emergency situation.

There are a variety of ways to get involved in the project, depending on your skills and interests. Roles we have come up with include Rest Centre Officers, Social Media Assistants, Entertainers and Donation Sorting Assistants.

Click Here for the full leaflet and information

Philip Boye-Anawomah

Head of Volunteering

Hammersmith & Fulham Volunteer Centre
148 King Street, London. W6 0QU
020 8741 9876 – enquiries@hfvc.org.uk  -www.hfvc.org.uk

Registered Charity Number: 1062032