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Knowsley CCG will be holding five key engagement events to engage the Social Sector. There will be more collaboration between GPs, their teams and community services including those delivered by the community and voluntary sector, as ‘primary care networks’, to...
One Knowsley featured in NCVO's August Infrastructure bulletin, the article featured can be found below - Innovation in infrastructure I’ve been getting out and about talking to infrastructure organisations and sector leaders about their concerns. While doing this I...
A 66-year-old champion wrestler from Knowsley has received £500 to help towards his training expenses. Great-grandfather Tony Collins has benefited from funds from the Fred Curran Trust awarded by Knowsley Foundation – a partnership between the Community Foundation...
We are so grateful to be a part of the revitalisation of Court Hey Park. Click the link below to see our Chief Operating Officer, Racheal Jones, sharing her views on the revitalisation of Court Hey Park:
One Knowsley have recently had a short interview with BBC Radio Merseyside regarding the revitalisation of the National Wildflower Centre in Court Hey Park. Click below to hear their Chief Operating Officer share her views-
This is the second edition of ‘Our vol, Col’ which is written by and focuses all around One Knowsley’s volunteer, Colette Thompson. I wanted to write this blog about my journey battling with cancer, to raise awareness of what support is available in Knowsley. As I...
As part of its Love Parks Week celebrations Knowsley Council has today announced that it is joining forces with One Knowsley(formerly KCVS), Court Hey Park Friends’ Group and other partners to develop plans to bring the former National Wildflower Centre back to life....
This is the first ever edition of ‘Our vol, Col’ which is written by and focuses all around One Knowsley’s volunteer, Colette Thompson. In this blog Colette will be talking all about volunteering…. Colette began volunteering at One Knowsley to gain valuable experience...
Knowsley based charity, Knowsley CVS, have unveiled a new name as part of an extensive strategic initiative. The charity is now known as One Knowsley. The rebrand and new website, OneKnowsley.org, represents a significant step in the charity’s evolution. Enabling...
Voices From The Frontline supports women’s organisations to shine a light on their fight for gender equality in the UK.
The fourth round of the grants programme opens for applications on Friday 8 March and the deadline for applications is Tuesday 14 May.
LCVS administers the Charity and the fund supports registered charities from within Lancashire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside, particularly favouring:
Equipment for organisations supporting the elderly and people with disability and for youth groups,
Holidays for disadvantaged children and carers
Join Anthony Ratcliffe in Kirkby Gallery for this one day printmaking workshop where you will learn how to make a woodcut and produce a mounted print to take home – ideal for beginners and those with some experience.
The Nationwide Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme (or GBVS) is part of a government plan to get more businesses connected to full fibre broadband and it will provide vouchers worth £2,500 to enable small businesses to connect to the service that have 249 employees or less.
Knowsley has an opportunity to apply for significant funding for a major new arts programme to take place across Knowsley over the next 4 years.
Arts Council England’s Creative People and Places funding offers significant arts investment to the areas across England which have the lowest arts participation. One of the main aims of this funding is to enable communities to have a say in arts commissioning for their neighbourhoods.
Applications are now open for SSE’s biggest UK programme: the Lloyds Bank and Bank of Scotland Social Entrepreneurs Programme, in partnership with School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE), supported by the National Lottery Community Fund.
The Paul Hamlyn Foundation Youth Fund has grants of between £10,000 and £60,000 available to not-for-profit organisations that work with vulnerable young people and that have the potential to widen their impact.
The Foundation wants to fund organisations whose main purpose is about helping those in the most precarious positions, where making the transition to adult independence is most challenging, and those who are most vulnerable.
The Allen Lane Foundation has announced a new Social Cohesion Programme, established to provide support to local communities.
Groundwork are supporting Tesco on three local community grant schemes, where the money raised from plastic carrier bag sales is being used to fund thousands of local projects in communities right across the UK. Projects that bring benefit to their community will get the green light – these range from improving community buildings and outdoor spaces to buying new equipment, training coaches or volunteers, and hosting community events.