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Do you have access to train front line staff, groups of people or communities? Would you like to be an accredited Home office trainer in Prevent? Attend free Prevent train the trainer WRAP training.

Become a Trainer in Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent (WRAP). This free training will ensure you become an accredited Home Office trainer to deliver Prevent training to your front line staff, teams and/or community members. 98 more words

Community Safety

£150,000 of National Lottery funding up for grabs across Wales in The People's Projects

Five local community groups across Wales are set to compete for up to £50,000 of National Lottery funding each. The People’s Projects is giving these groups a chance to go head to head compete in a public vote to help them make an extraordinary difference to their community. 540 more words


Buying tobacco for young people is not doing them a favour

We are delighted that the Scottish Grocers’ Federation and the National Federation of Retail Newsagents are both supportive of our #notafavour campaign.

This campaign aims to reduce proxy purchase – where an adult buys tobacco and passes it on to someone too young to buy it themselves – by challenging the attitudes and assumptions that lead adults to do this. 342 more words

Health Measures

PEEK's Wired

I am super chuffed for this group of amazing young people from Possibilities for Each and Every Kid that I have had the pleasure of directing in their annual show. 49 more words


Seema Chandwani - 'Marginalised people exist because the system of marginalisation exists'. Twitter thread goes viral.

Ahead of trying to pull together a host of stories and articles arising from and coinciding with the tragic events of these last weeks, Seema Chandwani has agreed to me pasting into a whole her passionate and powerful Twitter thread of April 6, which has gone viral. 820 more words

In Defence

Will my National Lottery Awards for All application be successful?

National Lottery Awards for All is a very popular programme and we frequently receive many more applications in excess of our available budget. Because of this, we are not always able to fund all of the worthwhile applications we receive, which means we have difficult decisions to make about how to prioritise our funding. 626 more words