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Working parents could save thousands of pounds per year on childcare

The new scheme helps working parents with the cost of childcare. It’s quick to apply, and parents could save thousands of pounds each year. For every £8 parents pay into their childcare account, the government will add an extra £2, up to £2,000 per child…

Volunteer walk leader needed for Rutland's walking for health scheme.

As a walk leader volunteer, you would be helping people in Rutland to get active and healthy, as well as ensuring walks are friendly, safe and well run. Rutland Walking for Health Scheme wants to create a community where everyone has access to a short, free…

Dementia Friendly Walks-Volunteers Needed!

Are you interested in community projects?Do you like sharing time and nature outdoors?Do you feel able to support a person within a group on a short outdoor walk?Support people living with dementia and family carers to enjoy a short sensory stroll in a local park…

Have a passion for improving local health and care services?

Staff Vacancy: Join the Healthwatch Team Are you passionate about making a difference? Healthwatch Rutland are seeking a highly motivated Engagement and Projects Officer to join the team.   You will lead on gathering and reporting the health and care service-user experiences of local people,…

SENDIASS need your feedback on Public health nurses

Special Educational Needs and Disability Information Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) are asking parents of children and young people to give their views on the services they have recieved form Public Health Nurses - this could be through contact with a school nurse or your…

Independent support service finishes at the end of July- SENDIASS Rutland

Independent Support will continue to be available to families in Rutland until the end of July 2018. Young people with special educational needs and disabilities, and their parents and carers, can access the service in the first instance via the telephone: 0116 257 4962 or email: info@sendiassleicester.org.uk for…

Have your say on changes to Urgent Care Services

Local Urgent Care Services Could Be Changing, East Leicestershire and Rutland NHS are asking people to complete an online survey to help decide the future of urgent care services. More information is available on their website The survey closes on 24th July and can be…
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