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Our Community Noticeboard is home to events, grand openings, training courses (for voluntary sector staff or the people we’re working with), pleas for help of volunteers, offers of free items such as office furniture – and everything else you’d expect to find on a community noticeboard for the voluntary sector.

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Cornwall Voluntary Sector Forum

We are the voice of voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

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Project Coordinator - Active8

Active8 is recruiting a Project Co-ordinator to work to empower and motivate young people with physical disabilities to become autonomous.

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Men's introduction to health and wellbeing

Building Better Opportunities – Addaction is hosting a Men’s introduction to health and Wellbeing workshop in Liskeard

Work Routes - free employment support

The Truro Work Routes team will be in Newquay to meet with people who are looking to get into employment. – Fraddon and Crantock venues.

Making Every Contact Count

Making Every Contact Count – training to help behaviour change and for making healthy choices – online, out-of-hours, and one date left this year in Camborne, plus Train the Trainer in March.

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Mental Health Safety Plans

As part of Cornwall’s Suicide Prevention Strategy, focus groups are looking at ‘mental health safety plans’. Can you help provide input into what these could look like?