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  • Walking with Wheels | Mysite

    Gehen mit Rädern Verwenden Sie eine der All-Terrain-Mobilitätsroller, um mit Ihrer Familie und Freunden die wunderschönen Waldwege zu erreichen, unabhängig von Ihrer Gehfähigkeit. Die Wald des Dekans ist ein anerkanntes Zentrum zum Wandern und Radfahren und ist gut mit Wanderwegen und anderen befestigten Zugängen zu erreichen. Für Menschen mit körperlicher Behinderung, schlechter Gesundheit, sensorischer Beeinträchtigung oder einem anderen hemmenden Zustand kann jedoch ein Bedarf an elektrischer Unterstützung, spezialisierter Dolmetschung oder anderen geeigneten Medien bestehen, damit sie die Vorteile genießen können, die andere für selbstverständlich halten. Dies Der Wald der Förster Erbe-Lotterie-finanziertes Projekt, in Zusammenarbeit mit Mobilität auf dem Land bietet Möglichkeiten für mehr Menschen, auf den Forest of Dean zuzugreifen. Walking with Wheels vermietet geländegängige Mobilitätsroller (genannt Trampers) bei Forest Holidays in Christchurch und im Speech House Hotel. Die Trampers stehen für vorgezeichnete Routen zur Verfügung, die die Aussicht auf Symonds Yat, die Biblins, das Cyril Hart Arboretum und den Mallards Pike Lake bieten, um nur einige zu nennen. ​ Wenn Sie mehr über Walking with Wheels erfahren möchten, rufen Sie bitte 01594 822073 oder an kontaktieren Sie uns per E-Mail . ​ Häufig gestellte Fragen Was ist ein „Tramper“? Wer kann diesen Dienst nutzen? Auf welchen Strecken kann ich es verwenden? Wann kann es gemietet werden? Wie kann ich eine buchen? Wie viel kostet es, einen Tramper zu mieten? Was ist, wenn ich so etwas noch nie benutzt habe? Was ist, wenn ich zusätzliche Hilfe benötige? Warum muss ich Mitglied bei Countryside Mobility werden? Kann ich bei diesem Projekt helfen? Was ist, wenn ich eine Buchung stornieren muss? Frequently Asked Questions

  • HAF Fun | Mysite

    Summer Holiday Activities & Food We’ve teamed up with Gloucestershire Cou nty Counci l and arranged a packed timetable of FREE fun! ​ The HAF programme is open to all school aged children, who live in the Forest of Dean, and who qualify for free school meals. ​ If funding allows, s ometimes activities are extended and offered to all children and young people across Gloucestershire through the Holiday Activities Programme (HAP). ​ There's something for eve ryone - we've got sports clubs, cooking, crafts, play sessions an d so much more... You need to be registered to book | All sessions mus t be pre bo oke d REGISTER HERE For information or support with the HAF Spring programme contact: HAFParentEnquiries@gloucestershire.gov.uk or ring the HAF helpline on 01452 427960. BOOKING OPENS 12PM 1 JULY 2024! CHECK OUT THE TIMETABLE **PLEASE NOTE: You can only book 4 activities at a time - please wait 24 hours before you book again** For more information visit the Gloucestershire County Council website here

  • About FVAF | Mysite

    Über FVAF Über FVAF Unsere Geschichte Wir sind der Voluntary Service Council und das Volunteer Center for the Forest of Dean. Wir unterstützen viele der Hunderte von Freiwilligen- und Gemeindeorganisationen im Distrikt, die wiederum besser in der Lage sind, ihre Arbeit in und für die lokale Gemeinde zu leisten. ​ Seit unserer Gründung im Jahr 1994 haben wir uns einen guten Ruf für die Förderung, Unterstützung und Verbesserung von Gemeinschaftsaktionen im gesamten Forest of Dean erarbeitet. Wir glauben, dass wir es den Bürgern durch gemeinschaftsgeführte Ansätze ermöglichen, die Fähigkeiten, die Widerstandsfähigkeit und das soziale Kapital zu entwickeln, um ein glücklicheres und besser vernetztes Leben zu führen. Bürodienste Mitarbeiter und Treuhänder Richtlinien Barrierefreiheit und Nachhaltigkeit

  • Forest Youth Association | Mysite

    Waldjugendverband Die Forest of Dean Youth Association ist hier, um jungen Menschen und Jugendclubs, -gruppen oder -organisationen Hilfe und Unterstützung anzubieten. ​ Neue Freunde machen Beteiligen Sie sich an Ihrer Gemeinde Verfolgen Sie ein Interesse Versuche etwas Neues Neue Fähigkeiten erlernen Freiwilliger Machen Sie eine bessere Welt ​ Freiwilligenarbeit Sowohl für Jugendliche als auch für Erwachsene gibt es viele Möglichkeiten, sich ehrenamtlich zu engagieren. Wenn Sie ein junger Mensch sind, der in seiner Freizeit nach Freiwilligenarbeit sucht, um mehr Fähigkeiten zu erwerben oder als Teil Ihres DofE-Programms, rufen Sie uns bitte an oder besuchen Sie uns https://do-it.org/ ​ Wenn Sie ein Erwachsener sind, der über Fähigkeiten und Kenntnisse verfügt, oder eine Jugendorganisation im Forest of Dean unterstützen möchten, wenden Sie sich bitte an uns, da es viele Organisationen gibt, die Ihre Unterstützung schätzen würden. ​ Angeschlossene Mitgliedschaft für Ihren Club / Ihre Organisation Wenn Sie der Forest of Dean Youth Association beitreten, haben Sie Anspruch auf unser gesamtes Leistungsspektrum, das Beratung und Unterstützung in allen Aspekten der Führung einer Organisation wie Ihrer bietet. Wir führen auch einen Kalender mit Aktivitäten, an denen Ihre Freiwilligen und Jugendlichen gegen eine geringe Gebühr teilnehmen können. Um alle Einzelheiten zu den Vorteilen zu erfahren oder Ihren Club zu registrieren, klicken Sie auf die folgenden Links Vorteile der Jugendverbandsmitgliedschaft für Clubs Jugendverbands-Mitgliedsformular für Clubs ​ Kontaktdaten für weitere Informationen Wenn Sie mehr über eines unserer Projekte oder Veranstaltungen erfahren möchten oder wie Sie sich beteiligen können, wenden Sie sich bitte an Alethea Bumpstead, unsere Jugendverbandsentwicklungsbeauftragte FodYouthAssociation@fvaf.org.uk For More Information If you would like to know about any of our projects or events or how to get involved, please get in touch with us at hi.ya @fvaf.org.uk Finanzielle Unterstützung Die Forest of Dean Youth Association erhält stolz finanzielle Unterstützung von den Stadträten von Cinderford und Coleford. Wenn Ihr Gemeinde- oder Stadtrat mehr über die Forest of Dean Youth Association erfahren möchte oder wie Sie uns unterstützen können, wenden Sie sich bitte per E-Mail an uns FodYouthAssociation@fvaf.org.uk

  • Who we are | Mysite

    Über FVAF Über FVAF Unsere Geschichte Wir sind der Voluntary Service Council und das Volunteer Center for the Forest of Dean. Wir unterstützen viele der Hunderte von Freiwilligen- und Gemeindeorganisationen im Distrikt, die wiederum besser in der Lage sind, ihre Arbeit in und für die lokale Gemeinde zu leisten. ​ Seit unserer Gründung im Jahr 1994 haben wir uns einen guten Ruf für die Förderung, Unterstützung und Verbesserung von Gemeinschaftsaktionen im gesamten Forest of Dean erarbeitet. Wir glauben, dass wir es den Bürgern durch gemeinschaftsgeführte Ansätze ermöglichen, die Fähigkeiten, die Widerstandsfähigkeit und das soziale Kapital zu entwickeln, um ein glücklicheres und besser vernetztes Leben zu führen. Bürodienste Mitarbeiter und Treuhänder Richtlinien Barrierefreiheit und Nachhaltigkeit

  • Home | Mysite

    Crown your community heroes! NOMINATE HERE Frequently visited pages: COMMUNITY HUBS VOLUNTEER ADVICE FOREST YOUTH ASSOCIATION Was ist FVAF? FVAF steht für Freiwilliges Aktionsforum Wald. Wir bieten lokalen Bürgern, Gemeindegruppen und Aktivitäten Unterstützung, um die Dinge zu tun, die ihnen am wichtigsten sind. Dies beinhaltet Folgendes: ​ Unterstützung und Entwicklungsberatung Ausbildung Information Netzwerktreffen Vertretung erleichtern Freiwillige Rekrutierung Freiwilligenvermittlung und -unterstützung ​ Wir führen auch viele Projekte mit und für die lokale Gemeinde durch, wie die Forest of Dean Youth Association, Holiday Activity Campaigns, The Forest Youth Music Network, The GEM Project, The Forest Compass Directory, Walking with Wheels und viele mehr. Auf unserer Projektseite finden Sie alle Details. ​ „Stärkere Gemeinschaften aufbauen in der Wald von Dean" Finde mehr heraus JOIN OUR MAILING LIST Get the latest community news and check out exciting volunteering opportunity in or around the Forest of Dean... Gehe zu Facebook Useful publications: FREE directory of the many volunteering opportunities available locally... DOWNLOAD Unsere Partner We work with so many amazing and supportive partners. Find out more here... How to contact us Forest Voluntary Action Forum Ow Bist Forest Community Space Dockham Road Cinderford , Glos. GL14 2AN Email us: contact@fvaf.org.uk Tel: 01594 822073 Copyright © 2021 Forest Voluntary Action Forum. All Rights Reserved. Forest Voluntary Action Forum is a charity (1141126) and company limited by guarantee (07557852) registered in England and Wales. The registered address is The Belle Vue Centre, Cinderford, Glos, GL14 2AB. Forest Voluntary Action Forum proudly receives financial support from the Forest of Dean District Council .

  • Volunteer Awards | Mysite

    NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN! Award categories The FVAF Volunteer Awards 2024 will recognise and celebrate the amazing efforts of volunteers and organisations in the Forest of Dean. We want to hear about all those heroes have demonstrated exceptional and outstanding support to the local community over the past 12 months. THIS YEAR WE HAVE 6 CATEGORIES: Your Volunteer of the Year – Peoples’ Champion This is an unsung hero who has gone above and beyond for their community or has an inspiring story. We’re looking for volunteers who give their time and input to provide valuable services to communities in the Forest of Dean. Perhaps without these volunteers’ significant contribution, organisations might not be able to sustain the work they do OR maybe they have brought transformative change to other people or their own personal story by volunteering. PLUS The winner of this award will be decided by you! Once we have shortlisted the nominees, we will be asking you to vote for who you think most deserves to be crowned Volunteer of the Year 2024. Young Volunteer of the Year 16yrs & under Young Volunteer of the Year 17 – 21yrs Split into two age ranges, this category recognises a young person who has shown a real commitment to their volunteering and/or overcome serious problems and made a positive difference in their own life or other peoples’. It will celebrate the work carried out by young people who give up their time to help their community; in school, at youth clubs or a voluntary organisation. Grassroots Award for Voluntary Group of the Year Celebrate and honour those small grassroots organisations who are making a real difference in the community. These inspirational groups, run entirely by dedicated volunteers, will have had a positive impact on the people living in the Forest of Dean. We want to hear stories of lunch clubs, sports clubs, social and hobby groups, support groups, or any local group who are completely reliant on the tireless efforts of volunteers to help make a big difference to either in a small local area or in the wider community. Community Organisation Award This award recognises the outstanding contribution of larger organisations in the Forest of Dean who have made significant impact through delivering community projects, and/or positive change in the district. These could be any community or voluntary sector organisation including Charities, community organisations such as CIC’s or CIO’s, or larger groups who have a mix of staff and volunteers. ESV - Business in the Community Award This award is a chance to acknowledge the positive social impact local businesses have had in the local community. It recognises those organisations who have proactively committed to supporting and encouraging their workforce to volunteer for one-off projects or regular time to work with local charities or community projects. Or businesses who have actively supported the community in other ways. FoD Dementia Action Alliance Accessibility & Inclusion Award We are looking to recognise groups who are making admirable efforts towards being welcoming and inclusive to all. This award is not to reward perfection. We want to celebrate a commitment to enhancing accessibility and removing barriers. This might be by making physical improvements and considerations, creating clear and accessible communications, or building volunteering projects/programmes that help people to make a difference to their local community, regardless of the challenges they face, their age, ability, gender, sexual orientation, race, faith, or religion. NOMINATE HERE CLOSING DATE: MIDNIGHT SUNDAY 14 JULY 2024 FAQs Who can nominate? Anyone can nominate! Whether you are an individual local resident, part of a community group or from a local government organisation. ​ How can I nominate? It’s easy – just fill in our nomination form here or if you would prefer a paper copy you can request one via communications@fvaf.org.uk or 01594 822073. What information do I need to provide? Please provide plenty of detail about what the nominee has achieved and as much information as possible about them and their unique contribution. If you have any, please provide good quality photographs. Make sure that you have permission from anyone else in the photograph so that we can use it for media and promotional activities unless you tell us not to. Should I tell the person or organisation I am nominating them or keep it a surprise? Ideally it would be good to let them know once you have decided to nominate, just so that they are aware and happy for their story to be shared. We want to celebrate and shout about the wonderful work of volunteers which would include promotion via social media, on our website and to local press. How will it be judged? All nominations will be carefully considered by a panel of judges. This panel will be made up of a mix of unbiased and independent judges including; members of staff from FVAF, a FVAF trustee, and representatives from local councils, businesses and media. For more information or if you have any questions, email communications@fvaf.org.uk or call 01594 822073.

  • Jobs at FVAF | Mysite

    Work for us We are passionate about nurturing talented, compassionate, community minded team players. Join our friendly and supportive team! Youth Association Manager £36,400 - £ 38,948 Pro-Rata Up to full time (37.5 hours) Contract Term: Permanent ​ An integral part of the FVAF Senior Management Team, you will manage the Youth Association Team and oversee the delivery of the universal youth support services contract in the Forest of Dean. This will include working closely with strategic partners and stakeholders to support valuable youth and community initiatives. ***HOW TO APPLY*** Download and read the below full job description and FVAF Job Application Form . We will only accept applications for this post using the below application form. A CV may be submitted alongside it, however a CV on its own will not be accepted. Please send completed application forms and a covering letter detailing why you are the right person for the role to Chris Brown on ceo@fvaf.org.uk ​ For more information about the role contact Chris Brown on ceo@fvaf.org.uk JOB DESCRIPTION: Youth Association Manager FVAF JOB APPLICATION FORM DEADLINE: Applications will be taken on a rolling basis until the position is filled. Community Centre Manager £24,310 – £25,526 Pro-Rata depending on experience and qualifications ​ 18.75 hours per week (worked flexibly to include evening and weekends where necessary) Additional hours may become available subject to funding ​ Contract Term: 12 months fixed term (expectation to extend subject to funding) A varied role, in partnership with the Trustees, management committee and volunteers, you will be working at the heart of the local community with responsibility of the day-to-day management and running of Sedbury Space Community Centre. ***HOW TO APPLY*** Download and read the below full job description . There’s no application form to complete – all you need to do is send your CV and a cover letter, highlighting why you are right for the role to cathy@fvaf.org.uk JOB DESCRIPTION: Community Centre Manager APPLICATION DEADLINE – 5pm Friday 5th July 2024 Interviews: w/c 15th July Trouble downloading the documents? Contact communications@fvaf.org.uk or 01594 822073

  • NHS Survey CommGrps | Mysite

    Community Engagement - NHS assets and services We are currently carrying out community engagement work in the Forest of Dean seeking information about the use of NHS assets and services. We would very much appreciate it if you could help provide information as part of this exercise. ​ We hope you will be able to provide answers to a few questions in a survey that should only take a few minutes to complete. ​ ​ We would appreciate it if you could provide some information about the groups that you facilitate – and indicate whether these are within NHS buildings or other buildings. Community Engagement Survey: Community Groups First name Last name Email Job title Organisation/Group Continue

  • Volunteer Awards Nomination Form 2024 | Mysite

    NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN! CLOSING DATE: MIDNIGHT SUNDAY 14 JULY 2024 Forest Volunteer Awards 2024 Nomination Form FOREST VOLUNTEER AWARDS 2024 Please select in which category you would like to nominate the individual or group. Your Volunteer of the Year Young Volunteer of the Year 16yrs & under Young Volunteer of the Year 17 – 21yrs Community Organisation of the Year Grassroots Award - Voluntary Group of the Year ESV Business in the Community Award FoD Dementia Action Alliance Accessibility & Inclusion Award Nominee details Name of the volunteer/group being nominated: Name of the organisation or group linked to the nominee (for individual nominees only) Volunteer role or role of group Contact details for nominee (email and telephone) Reason for nomination - please provide a brief description which outlines why you think this individual or group stands out. What makes them special and worthy of being celebrated? Your details Your name Your email address Your telephone number ​ Photographs – if you have any photographs please send them to communications@fvaf.org.uk Submit Thank you for taking the time nominate!

  • What we do | Mysite

    What we do We support many community-led projects shaped with, and for local people: ​ Employment and skills support - ESHO (Employment Skills Outreach Hub) Holiday Activity and Food Programme Community Builders Forest of Dean Youth Association Forest Community Pantry Walking with Wheels Know Your Patch/CCF Network Forest Compass

  • Mycelium | Mysite

    Mycelium My Networks Mental Health Project Mycelium - Forest Mental Health Project Structure The Forest Community of Practice Forest of Dean Mental Health Locality Partnership Recovery and Wellbeing Café The Resources Hub & Library The Forest Community of Practice ​ Monthly face-to-face learning collaborative, reflective practice & peer supervision. 2nd Tuesday each month. The Forest Community of Practice is for individuals working and volunteering with members of our community where support for mental health is a significant part of their role. This has been set up in response to the My Networks Scoping Project. ​ Many local social care practitioners stated that they wished to receive ongoing support to develop reflective practice, link with others and build skills that would help them to become more confident responding to mental distress, particularly with the increasing complexities that they were coming across in their roles. ​ The C of P will be supported by clinicians, professionals and lived experience practitioners from the VCS & NHS who have been involved in the Community Mental Health Transformation programme. It will provide an opportunity for collaborative learning, peer supervision and professional development. We hope a community of Forest mental health practitioners will emerge from these sessions. If you, or a mental health champion from your team, are interested and able to join us, please get in touch. ​ Please get in touch if you have any questions or want the most current information about scheduling details - simon@fvaf.org.uk or text 07934 945046 ​ Forest of Dean Mental Health Locality Partnership The Locality Partnership offers VCS and faith-based organisations the opportunity to meet with other professionals and voluntary groups who are supporting people with their mental health in the Forest of Dean. The Partnership is a collective of social care practitioners who are working towards a community response to the My Networks scoping project findings. By coming together, we hope to keep abreast of developments, begin partnership projects or create collaborative opportunities that can address what is needed for better mental health in the Forest of Dean. ​ We are now an integral part of the wider Forest Know Your Patch network. Regular online meetings as well as live, in-person events are held where topics and projects are discussed and highlighted. As well as this, the FKYP works closely with other statutory organisations offering a platform to disseminate up-to-date information about services available in the community. Recovery & Wellbeing Café “A Community Created Curriculum of Curious Conversations” Weekly Face-to-Face Discussions & Recovery Educational Sessions ​ Each Wednesday (Term Time) at Café 16 in Coleford from 6-8pm. ​ “A safe space to create who you are, not be told what to think.” ​ Join conversations with a diverse range of people with professional & lived experience of different subjects, local people who have gained understandings about the impact current concerns have upon mental health, recovery and wellbeing. ​ We are building a supportive space where, as critical friends, we can learn together and support each other with our individual understandings. ​ All curious & compassionate folk welcome. The Resource Hub, Research Room & Lived Experience Library Recovery & Wellbeing Café - Current Programme Spring/Summer 2024 Upcoming focused sessions include: ​ May 22nd Dementia Action Alliance and its work. 29th Open discussion. June 5th Coping with Bereavement & Grief. The work of Great Oaks Hospice. 12th Access to Social Care & benefits. 19th Active Hope. ‘How to face the mess we’re in without going crazy’. 26th Creative Writing. River Ecology & The Poetry Salmon. July 3rd Advocacy & Co-production. 10th Open discussion. 17th The Existential Approach to Recovery from Mental Illness. 24th End of term feast (contact us for venue details). ​ Come and join us. Help us to develop a series of supportive recovery & wellbeing sessions. Topic/subjects will revolve around what is important now for us living in the Forest of Dean. ​ Please get in touch if you have any questions or want the most current information about scheduling details - simon@fvaf.org.uk or text 07934 945046 Leaflets & literature on wellness, recovery, self-help & coping with mental distress. ​ The group office, based above the Library at The Main Place in Coleford, is available for members to use as a safe and confidential space. We keep material that may be of use to members – and we are happy for people to provide us with leaflets that they would like shared. ​ To read the My Networks Scoping Project Report please visit: www.fvaf.org.uk/publications

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