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New Volunteer Catch Up Meetings Starting

New Volunteer Catch Up Meetings Starting

ByLaura InghamAugust 16, 20212 min read

We’ve previously written in newsletters about the planned changes to meetings as we reopen the Centres. Although national restrictions have eased, there is still no change within Healthcare settings. We still need to socially distance, wear masks, lateral flow tests…

Rampton round up July

Rampton round up July

ByNigel GrovesJuly 15, 202118 min read

Women’s service Two projects have been selected as finalists in two different categories. The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on Tuesday 21st September 2021 in a black tie gala event at the Colwick Hall, Nottingham. Project Name:…

Arnold Lodge Monthly update. Newsletter

ByNigel GrovesJuly 15, 20214 min read

Just & Restorative Culture You may have heard the term “Just & Restorative Culture” (JRC). A Just and Restorative Culture means acting with compassion, treating people fairly and justly and embracing a learning culture; where if something goes wrong, we seek…

Wells Road Monthly update

Wells Road Monthly update

ByNigel GrovesJuly 14, 20212 min read

The Wells Road Centre celebrated the 73rd anniversary of Windrush by setting up an informative display in the hospital’s Coffee Bar. Windrush Day is celebrated every year on the 22nd of June and acknowledges the contributions and sacrifices of British…

Reviewing the Involvement Centres

Reviewing the Involvement Centres

ByLaura InghamJuly 5, 20214 min read

This blog was written by Lyndsy Jones and Laura Ingham. Lyndsy manages the DMH Involvement & Volunteering Centre in Nottingham, Laura manages the Rosewood Involvement & Volunteering Centre in Ollerton. Over the last year, the Involvement and Volunteering Centres have…

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