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Engage Daily Update - 21 July
Engage Daily Update - 21 July

Engage Daily Update - 21 July

21/07/2021


Support for Individuals

FREE SUMMER YOUTH WORKSHOPS (ages 10+)
 
Join Suzie Bell and Anna Christina on Tues 27th - Fri 30th July from 12 - 5 at the Tannahill Centre for their Summer sessions. There will be workshops in sports, arts, film and music with specialist guests. Snacks will be provided too! 

Places are limited. To secure your space, or if you’d like more info, please contact them directly at: fromtherubbleworkshop@gmail.com or Suzie Bell on 07597 907 649.

 

Funding


 
The Magic Little Grants Fund provides charities and community groups that are either in their first year of operation or have an annual income under £250k the opportunity to apply for a £500 grant.
 
This year the fund has expanded to support the following funding themes:

  • Improving mental wellbeing
  • Enabling community participation in the arts
  • Preventing or reducing the impact of poverty
  • Supporting marginalised groups and promoting equality
  • Improving biodiversity and green spaces
  • Enabling participation in physical activity
  • Responding to the climate emergency and promoting sustainability
  • Increasing community access to outdoor space

 
AMOUNT: £500
DEADLINE: 31/10/21
APPLY: http://ow.ly/mEKK50Em9Yc

 

Vacancy

Tannahill Centre - Youth Development Worker 

 

NHS GG&C Update 

From Monday 19 July, 2021, all patients in our hospitals in NHSGGC (where possible) will be able to benefit from support of at least two people from the same household at the same time.  If not from the same household and physical distancing cannot be maintained, visits can take place separately. This arrangement is aligned to Level One of the Visiting Guidance for Hospitals in Scotland and is a precautionary approach while COVID-19 infections remain high in our communities.

To maintain the safety of patients, family providing support and staff, visiting needs to continue to be carefully managed.  At present only family and friends chosen by the patient or their guardian, carer or power of attorney can visit.  If this is you, please contact the ward to arrange a visit in advance, so we can be sure our wards and hospital sites do not become overcrowded and allow everyone to follow the physical distancing rules. A list of telephone numbers can be found for all wards and departments on the NHSGGC website link here.

There may however be some circumstances where it is still not safe for a patient to have a visitor; if this is the case, we will tell you why and keep it under review where possible.

 

Sandyford - Saturday Clinic Venue change

Due to operational issues, we have had to move the Saturday clinic for 13-17 year olds to Sandyford Central, effective from 17 July.
 
The clinic will run from 12.30-3.30, with twelve appointments available.
The location information and map can be found here.
 
Due to COVID 19 restrictions, these clinics are not drop in, young people must book an appointment and can do this online or by phone 0141 211 8130.
 
The services available at this clinic include: Asymptomatic sexual health screens, BBV testing, Oral and injectable contraception, Implant insertions and removals, Emergency contraception, Condom provision.
 
Please help us to promote the clinic by sharing this information with all your relevant networks.
If you are a service working directly with 13-17 year olds, please share this link to the booking page on your social media channels.

 

West College Scotland Clearing Days 

West College Scotland is holding 3 Clearing days across the Region on the following dates, can you please share as appropriate
 
Greenock (Finnart):    10 August       2.00pm to 7.00pm
Clydebank:                  11 August       2.00pm to 7.00pm
Paisley:                        12 August       2.00pm to 7.00pm
 
Our Clearing Days are the perfect opportunity to chat with our staff and sign up for an August Start course that’s right for you.

Over the three events we have over 25 curriculum departments attending alongside our Student Services Department, who can guide you through your application.

We’ll also have representatives from Student Funding, the Student Association, Student Wellbeing, Enabling Services and  Digital Device Support, who’ll be able to give further advice and support available to you whilst you study at College
 
Further information can be found on the college website   

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