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Kincardine and MearnsCommunity Planning E-Bulletin

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Edition #19

This bulletin focuses on what is happening locally, and provides useful information and guidance.

Hot Topics!

Stay at Home – up-to-date information on the restrictions!
Please see links below (in the Guidance section) to the Scottish Government website information on recent changes.  Aberdeenshire Council’s coronavirus restrictions webpage is also very helpful in summarising the information.—

Vaccination Rollout
Covid-19 vaccinations have begun to be rolled out in Scotland focussing on priority groups initially.  Find out more in the Guidance Section below.

Support from Grampian Coronavirus Assistance Hub
The Hub has been supporting people since the first lockdown. The Hub’s website provides lots of useful information including sources of Mental Wellbeing Support.  The Hub contact no. is 0808 196 3384

Good News from K & M

Partners in Kincardine and Mearns are working together to deliver the five-week ‘K&M – Dae Ye Ken?’ initiative.

Click on the link to access the full bulletin and find out more about what’s going on in K & M.

https://mailchi.mp/a18b099543a3/e-bulletin-4289906

K & M – Dae Ye Ken?

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FINANCE & BENEFITS – week 2

Kincardine & Mearns Citizens Advice Bureau (KAMCAB)

The covid pandemic has brought our communities numerous challenges, not least of which have been the financial impacts that have caused many individuals and families significant concerns.  Navigating the huge amount of information ‘out there’ in respect of finance, benefits, entitlements, where to find assistance and more can be difficult but this week Kincardine & Mearns Citizens Advice Bureau (KAMCAB) is here to help, explain, direct and discuss.

So why not join KAMCAB for their ‘Zoom’ meeting or check out their website and Facebook page over the week to find out MUCH, MUCH more?     

Monday 18 January

Introduction to KAMCAB

Jamie Gordon is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Who are KAMCAB, and how can we help?

Time: Jan 18, 2021 12:00 PM London

Join Zoom Meeting

https://zoom.us/j/95304024828?pwd=WEM0L2pEL0pMaXFsUzVVNVdzZ2dhdz09

Meeting ID: 953 0402 4828

Passcode: 254894

Tuesday 19 January

How to Claim & Money Talks     (KAMCAB Facebook and Website)

Wednesday 20 January

Benefits                                           (KAMCAB Facebook and Website)

Thursday 21 January                   

Finance                                            (KAMCAB Facebook and Website)

Friday 22 January

Aberdeenshire Helpline              (KAMCAB Facebook and Website)

www.kamcab.org.uk

www.facebook.com/StonehavenKAMCAB

PACE Event

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Skills Development Scotland will be holding a North East Employment and SuRGUpport Event at RGU from 10am-3pm on the 22nd June. Businesses from all sectors can exhibit at this event free of charge.

Businesses from all sectors of the economy have the chance to exhibit at the free event, being held at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen on 22 June.

The event is the fourth to be organised by the Scottish Government’s initiative for responding to redundancy situations, Partnership Action for Continuing Employment (PACE), and forms part of the response from the Energy Jobs Taskforce.

Three jobs fairs held last year in the city attracted more than 2200 people who had either been made redundant or were facing redundancy.

Skills Development Scotland (SDS) is co-ordinating the event in conjunction with a number of key partners including the Department for Work and Pensions.

As well as offering information on local job vacancies, the event will feature information and advice from a number of public sector agencies on areas including job hunting, careers advice and training opportunities.

Download the Event Registration Form

For businesses who wish to advertise vacancies but are unable to attend in person, vacancies can also be advertised at the event.

Download the Vacancy Form

Employers can also e-mail conference@sds.co.uk for more information.