We are delighted to announce that the Care Navigation service which works in the Eastleigh Southern Parishes has won The Thames Valley Leadership Academy Outstanding Team (non-clinical) award for 2017. [Read more…]
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Written by Naomi Stock
A couple of weeks ago Eastleigh College contacted me at the museum to see if I could take on a student on work experience who was having difficulty in finding a placement. This particular student was autistic and also has additional learning difficulties.
We take on students from time to time, as the museum gives them a good variety of jobs to get stuck into which is invaluable experience for them as they think about moving from education into the work place. This particular candidate provided us with a new challenge, to try and find something suitable for his individual needs. However, we persevered and all ended well. Although the student was not suitable for a permanent placement at the Museum, his short time there over two weeks in February, five days a week, allowed him to gain a more suitable position at the British Heart Foundation. [Read more…]
This year we will have presentation evenings in Eastleigh and Fareham through volunteers week to reward out wonderful volunteers.
Local businesses came face to face with voluntary and community groups over cheese and wine at Eastleigh Museum on Wednesday 1 February. [Read more…]
The transformation of a popular green space in a residential area of Eastleigh town centre – that will feature an exciting “rock venue” as its focal point – is now under way. [Read more…]
Here at One Community’s Eastleigh Young Carers Project, every day is Young Carers awareness day. [Read more…]
It is that time of year again! We are joining up with Eastleigh Borough Council and The Mayor of Eastleigh to run the Youth Awards 2017 for volunteering which is supported by Eastleigh Lions. [Read more…]
Written by Jean Roberts-Jones, Chief Executive, One Community
The words of the Robert Burns poem of 1788, Auld Lang Syne, roughly translates as ‘for old times’ sake’ and is about preserving old friendship and looking back over the events of the year. I have nothing against reflection and reviewing the past years achievements, especially because we should use each event as a learning experience. But New Year is also a time for new resolutions. [Read more…]
The Gospel Phonics Choir joined up with Hampshire Young Carers Choir on December 3rd (2016) in aid of the Mayor’s charities in a Christmas concert extravaganza. [Read more…]