Residents are urged to remain at home and not to gather at the Town Square for Remembrance. There is no service being performed today – stay tuned for our videos and head out to your doorstep to stand in the national silence for the fallen.
The Women’s Institute have prepared a presentation showing the work that they have done in the community both today and during the World Wars.
Rev Peter Huxtable explains the significance of the windows at St Helen’s Church, Stapleford and their commemoration of the fallen heroes in the World Wars.
Calling resident artists and creative types – its competition time again and this time we’re getting festive. We need you to create the cover for our official Christmas Card. Please see the poster below for more details – the closing date is 15 November 2020.
Please find a statement which has been jointly issued by Broxtowe, along with the City, County, Gedling and Rushcliffe regarding Tier 3 restrictions in Nottingham
A small group of Town Councillors would like to invite you to join in their pumpkin carving competition. There are prizes to be won for the 4 spookiest pumpkins. See the poster below for more details:
NHS Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) wants to hear the views of the public to understand and shape future mental health early support services children and young people aged up to 25 years.
We would like to hear from young people, parents, carers and professionals to help us understand their experiences and report on what support has been like at the early intervention stage. These insights will be collated into a report to help shape the mental health and early intervention and prevention services for children and young people in the future.
Early intervention is defined as identifying and providing early support to children and young people who are at risk of poor outcomes such as mental health. Early intervention supports the prevention of worsening health and can have major societal benefits.
In Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, services are commissioned to provide early support and intervention for mental health and emotional wellbeing to children and young people, aged up to 25 years, as well as training for professionals.
We are now looking to understand the views of the community, including those who have directly used services, so that we can improve this pathway for future users.
Here is how to get involved:
- We are working with the youth led project, MH:2K, to understand the views and experiences of children and young people aged up to 25 years. To participate in a survey by Friday 18th September click here. You can also register your interest to take part in a virtual focus group by emailing email@example.com or call or text 07463734582. Telephone interviews are also available for young people who may find this more accessible.To take part in a telephone interview email firstname.lastname@example.org or call or text 07818580719. If leaving a message or texting, kindly leave contact details for us to get back to you.
- Parents and carers are invited to share their views and experiences via an online survey by clicking here. Virtual focus groups will also take place on the 2nd, 5th and 8th September 2020 and the opportunity to take part in a telephone interview is also available for those who may find this more accessible. To take part in a virtual focus group or a telephone interview, kindly email email@example.com or call or text 07818580719.
- Colleagues such as GPs, teachers and health professionals are also invited to complete an online survey to share their views by clicking here.
The public engagement will end on Friday 18th September 2020 and you can find details here:https://nottsccg.nhs.uk/get-involved/current-and-previous-engagement-and-consultations/emotional-wellbeing/
If you would like any further details or to request materials in a different format please contact – firstname.lastname@example.org or call or text 07818580719. If leaving a message or texting, kindly provide contact details for us to get back to you.