Month: January 2017
KDP’s next Community Cash event will be held in Johnshaven at 6.45pm on 16th February. £300 is available to groups or organisations in the Kincardine & Mearns coastal villages. We have already had a lot of interest in this event, so please contact us soon to stake your claim!
KDP Office: email@example.com
Tel: 01569 763246
0915-1600, Thursday 9 February 2017, Inverurie Town Hall
Aberdeenshire Local Tobacco Alliance (ALTA) is to hold an event focusing on E:cigarettes. The event will provide an awareness of e:cigarettes and the impact they are having on society and policies whilst identifying the challenges they are creating within key priority groups. It’s anticipated that the event will be an excellent opportunity to provide future recommendations and create a uniform wide response to this emerging product, the e:cigarette.
ALTA is delighted to welcome keynote speaker Professor Linda Bauld, Professor of Health Policy, Director of the Institute of Social Marketing and Dean of Research at the University of Stirling. She is also Deputy Director of the UK Centre for Tobacco and Alcohol Studies, a UKCRC Centre for Public Health Excellence covering 13 Universities. In August 2014 she also took on the role of Cancer Research UK’s cancer prevention champion (the CRUK/BUPA Chair in Behavioural Research for Cancer Prevention). This involves a part-time secondment to CRUK to lead their new cancer prevention initiative.
The event will provide the opportunity for individuals to contribute to two breakout sessions. The focus of the sessions will be:
|1||Young People||The impact of e:cigarettes on young people|
|2||Pregnancy||Is there a role for e:cigarettes in supporting pregnant women who smoke? What do we know and what are the challenges?|
|3||Mental Health||Does e:cigarettes have a role in Mental Health?|
|4||ADP||E:cigarettes are a shared responsibility. What are the challenges and how do we progress?|
|5||Policy Development||Grampian stand towards e:cigarettes and influencing policy|
To book a place, please complete the attached booking form. Read the rest of this entry »
The Prince’s Countryside Fund will re-open for applications in January 2017. Each year the fund makes £1 million available, and organisations and charities that are helping to protect and sustain Britain’s farming and rural communities are able to apply for funding of up to £50,000. To be considered for funding, projects need to contribute to one of three countryside issues: Improve the prospects of viability for family farm businesses; Sustain rural communities and drive economic vibrancy; Support aid delivery in emergency and building resilience. To find out more, visit: http://www.princescountrysidefund.org.uk/grant-giving-programme/grant-programme
Improving Health and Well-Being: Business for Community Benefit
CFINE is looking to recruit an effective and efficient administrator
Post: Finance and Produce Administrator
Salary: £9 – £10.50 per hour depending on experience and qualifications.
- Support and supervision of colleagues (3 at this time)
- Pricing and invoicing
- Recording data for cost collations
- Cash handling, reconciliations and banking
- Stocktakes of produce
- Ordering produce for customer orders
- Cost comparisons and price negotiations with suppliers
- Dealing with any customer complaints
- Filing and organisation of the sales and finance paperwork
- Other administrative duties as required, including emails, answering the telephone and taking customer orders
For more information to receive the job description which includes how to apply and further information, please contact CFINE on 01224 596156/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: 5pm, Friday, 13/1/17.
Interviews will be on: PM Monday, 16/1/17.
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