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  • Trustee vacancies | Mysite

    Current Opportunities Many local organisations, across the Forest of Dean, are currently looking for trustees with a variety of skills & experience: LYDNEY DIAL-A-RIDE Lydney Dial-a-Ride is a friendly door-to-door transport service for those people who do not have their own transport and are unable to use public transport. They operate a fleet of fully accessible minibuses capable of carrying wheelchair passengers and other seated passengers. ​ Trustee role: They are looking for people who have HR experience, managing a small to medium organisation or wishing to make a difference in their local community. The Trustees meet every other month and keep in regular contact via email and telephone. Chat | 01594 843809 EARLYBIRDS PLAYGROUP Earlybirds Playgroup are a local charity-based playgroup offering education for early years children from 2 to 4 years old. Established in January 1999, it is the aim of the committee and staff to keep it running successfully for many more years. Located in Cinderford in the Forest of Dean, all members of staff are qualified to a high level and have many years of experience of working within young children; they attend regular safeguarding, first aid and continuing professional development training which allows them to support each child in their development and well-being. Trustee role: Currently that have a committee with 7 trustees but are looking to expand and would welcome anyone with IT skills, finance, marketing, or legal along with anyone with an interest in early years education. Chat or 07553215307 ST BRIAVELS ASSEMBLY ROOMS The St Briavels Assembly Rooms are a village hall built for the benefit of the parishioners of St Briavels, Hewelsfield and Brockweir. The Rooms consist of a main hall with stage, a bar/cafe area a commercial kitchen, a meeting room/office and a walled courtyard. Activities at the Rooms include lettings to local groups and private individuals, a regular tearoom, events with a bar, a produce market and a 100 Club lottery. Trustees meet about every 6 weeks, or about 8 times a year. The Trustees, who are not remunerated, also volunteer as much as they can and are supported by a team of community volunteers who help to deliver the key services. Trustee role: Looking for Trustees who can contribute knowledge, expertise and volunteer time especially in the following areas: Event management: co-ordinating the creation and delivery of an annual programme of events Minutes Secretary: taking minutes at Trustee meetings. Chat LOVE DRYBROOK TRUST The Love Drybrook Trust raises money through trading at the Shop on the Cross in the centre of Drybrook. This is a charity shop run by enthusiastic volunteers and selling mainly to local people. They also offer a small coffee and chat area within the shop. Money raised is distributed primarily once a year and when specific requests are received - these may be from individuals and families or community groups. Trustee role: They would value new trustees who could bring experience to any aspects of what they do and who are keen to support the local community. The trust has firm Christian foundations and seeks to share that faith practically by supporting local people, especially the most vulnerable, in a variety of ways. Chat Revd. Clare Edwards, 01594 726318 HOPE SUPPORT SERVICES About: Hope Support Services is a charity providing support to Children and Young People experiencing a health crisis within their family or with someone who is significant to them. Based in Ross-on-Wye but cover all of Herefordshire with in person support, and provide online support nationally. Trustee role: They are looking for a talented, passionate individual to join the board as their new Finance Trustee. Chat Find our more HERE FOREST SENSORY SERVICES Forest Sensory Services is a small friendly charity, who provides support to those with sensory impairment (sight and hearing). They promote and encourage clients to remain as independent as possible with their impairments. FSS depend on volunteers to support the services they provide. Trustee role: FSS are interested in hearing from anyone interested in support their activities. Chat FOREST OF DEAN CHILDREN’S OPPORTUNITY CENTRE The Forest of Dean Children’s Opportunity Centre was set up as a registered charity in 1982. The aim of the centre is for all children regardless of any special need or disability to play and learn alongside each other in a safe and stimulating environment. The Centre provides an informal meeting place for parents and those professionals involved in the care of the children who have diverse and complex special needs. Trustee role: The centre is looking to recruit up to two new trustees following recent retirements and a review of skills needed on the board. They are particularly looking for an individual with accounting skills to take on the role of treasurer, someone with legal expertise, ideally but not essentially in the field of charity law, and someone with broad general business experience. They would also welcome new parent trustees. Chat ​ or 01594 544174 CANDI Established in 1995 to improve conditions of life in Cinderford and the surrounding area, CANDI has particularly been committed to increasing the opportunities, to raising their aspirations and providing drop-ins for young people aged 11 to 17 in Cinderford and Drybrook. CANDI is now extending the scope of its work to reach out to community groups of all ages, setting up its own groups and working in partnership with other charities in the Forest of Dean. Trustee role: CANDI is seeking trustees generally but also with specialist skills in the following areas: IT, legal, publicity, HR, fundraising, premises management Chat Company Secretary - **NEW CHARITY**MINDFULVISION MindfulVision offers employment opportunities and training for Blind, Severely Sight Impaired (SSI), Visually Impaired (VI) and disabled people. ​ Trustee role: this new charity is looking for people who can help create a more inclusive society where blind and disabled people can participate fully and equally in the workforce. Chat

  • Forest Youth Association | Mysite

    Orman Gençlik Derneği Orman Dekanı Gençlik Derneği, gençlere ve gençlik kulüplerine, gruplarına veya kuruluşlarına yardım ve destek sunmak için burada. ​ Yeni arkadaşlar edin Topluluğunuza Katılın bir ilgi peşinde koşmak Yeni bir şey dene Yeni beceriler öğren Gönüllü Daha iyi bir dünya yaratın ​ gönüllülük Hem gençler hem de yetişkinler için birçok gönüllülük fırsatı var. Boş zamanlarında, daha fazla beceri kazanmak veya DofE programınızın bir parçası olarak gönüllü olarak çalışmak isteyen genç bir kişiyseniz, lütfen bizi arayın veya ziyaret edin. ​ Benzer şekilde, beceri ve bilgisi olan bir yetişkinseniz veya Dean Ormanı'ndaki bir gençlik kuruluşunu desteklemek istiyorsanız, desteğinizi takdir edecek birçok kuruluş olduğundan lütfen iletişime geçin. ​ Kulübünüz / Organizasyonunuz için Bağlı Üyelik Forest of Dean Youth Association'a üye olduğunuzda, sizinki gibi bir organizasyonun her alanında tavsiye ve destek sunan tüm hizmetlerimizden yararlanma hakkına sahip olacaksınız. Ayrıca gönüllülerinizin ve gençlerin cüzi bir ücret karşılığında katılabileceği bir etkinlik takvimi de yürütüyoruz. Avantajların tüm detayları için veya kulübünüzü kaydettirmek için aşağıdaki linklere tıklayın Kulüpler için Gençlik Derneği Üyelik Avantajları Kulüpler için Gençlik Derneği Üyelik Formu ​ Daha Fazla Bilgi İçin İletişim Bilgileri Projelerimiz veya etkinliklerimiz hakkında veya nasıl katılacağınız hakkında daha fazla bilgi edinmek isterseniz, lütfen şu adresten Gençlik Derneği Geliştirme Sorumlumuz Alethea Bumpstead ile iletişime geçin. 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 Finansal destek Forest of Dean Youth Association, Cinderford ve Coleford Belediye Meclislerinden gururla mali destek almaktadır. Mahalleniz veya Belediye Meclisiniz Orman Dekanı Gençlik Derneği hakkında veya bize nasıl destek olabileceğiniz hakkında daha fazla bilgi edinmek isterse, lütfen e-posta ile iletişime geçin.

  • Volunteering | Mysite

    gönüllülük Orman Dekanlığı Gönüllü Merkezi olarak, gönüllüleri işe almanıza ve yönetmenize yardımcı olmak için buradayız. Yeni Gönüllülüğümüz ayrıntılarla dolu kitapçık yerel gönüllülük fırsatlar şimdi tükendi İNDİRMEK İÇİN TIKLAYIN Veya yerel kitaplığınızdan veya Topluluk Merkezinizden bir kopyasını alın Gönüllü Merkezi olarak Dekan Ormanı gönüllülükle ilgilenen herkes için genellikle ilk temas noktasıyız. Geçen yıl bölgede 100.000 saatin üzerinde gönüllülüğü desteklemekten gurur duyduk! ​ FVAF, gönüllüleri destekleme ve insanların gönüllü olmayı seçmelerinin çok çeşitli nedenlerini kabul etme konusundaki düşüncelerimizi paylaşan kuruluşlardan çok çeşitli gönüllülük fırsatlarını teşvik eder ve reklamını yapar. ​ Neden Gönüllü? Gönüllülüğün, yalnızca bireysel olarak sizin için değil, topluluğunuz ve içinde yaşadığımız dünya için çok sayıda büyük faydası vardır. Özgeçmişinizi geliştirmek, yeni insanlarla tanışmak, becerilerinizi iyi kullanmak, yeni bir şeyler öğrenmek, bir ilgi alanı peşinde koşmak, deneyim sunmak veya sadece bir fark yaratmak istiyorsanız, sizin için bir fırsatımız olacağından eminiz! ​ Bu fırsatlar hakkında aşağıdaki şekillerde bilgi edinebilirsiniz: Şurada arama fırsatları: 01594 822073 numaralı telefondan bizi arayın aracılığıyla iletişime geçin e-posta FVAF Pzt - Cuma 9:00 - 1:00 ( Yol Tarifi ) adresinde bizi ziyarete gelin ​ Büyük bir grubun parçası olarak, örneğin kurumsal gönüllülüğün bir parçası olarak gönüllü olmak istiyorsanız, o zaman seçim yapabileceğiniz çok sayıda fırsatımız da var. Get the latest volunteer opportunities - direct to your mailbox! Sign up to receive our regular email Volunteer Newsletter: SIGN UP HELP FOR GROUPS - recruiting & managing volunteers Gönüllülükle ilgili her şey için tek durak noktası olarak, değerli gönüllüleri işe alma ve elde tutma konusunda size mümkün olan en iyi şansı vermek için çok yönlü bir metodoloji kullanıyoruz. Bu, aşağıdakileri içerir:'da fırsatlarınızın reklamını yapın Fırsatlarınızı, bize yönlendirilen halka açık üyelere veya bırakma işlevimiz aracılığıyla tanıtın. Facebook ve Twitter sayfalarımızda fırsatlarınızın reklamını yapın Fırsatlarınızı gönüllülüğü destekleyen yerel hizmetlere tanıtmak, örn. İş Merkezi, LearnDirect ve 2GetherTrust Yılda 30'dan fazla etkinlikte fırsatlarınızı tanıtın Fırsatlarınızı işveren destekli gönüllülük sunan yerel işletmelere göndermek Okullara, Kolejlere ve Üniversitelere ilgili fırsatları teşvik etmek Fırsatlarınızı 1.000'den fazla kişiden oluşan gönüllü veri tabanımıza dağıtmak Yamanızı Bilin de dahil olmak üzere çeşitli ağlara fırsatlarınızı tanıtın As a one-stop-shop for all things volunteering, we can help you find, and keep, the perfect volunteer: Get in touch - call us on 01594 822073, via email or visit us at FVAF, Ow Bist - Forest Community Space, Dockham Road, Cinderford GL14 2AN (Mon - Fri 9am - 4pm)

  • Living for Less | Mysite

    Get top tips to ‘Live for Less’ at community drop-in event! 2pm - 5pm Wednesday 22 March| Lydney Town Hall GL15 5DY Come along to our FREE drop-in event for top tips and advice to help you with the rising cost of living. ​ From 2pm to 5pm you will get the chance to visit over 25 information stalls and speak face-to-face with experts who can offer help with food support, reducing bills, energy saving, searching for a job and benefits and money advice. PLUS we’ve got some fantastic interactive demos featuring cooking with Dean Forest Kitchen, grow your own tips from Adult Education Gloucestershire and upcycling skills with Newent Upcycling. In addition, AEG will also be giving a taste of the other sessions that they offer . Chris Brown, our CEO at said “With the cost of living constantly on the rise we are seeing first-hand the strain and impact this is having on the day-to-day lives of local people. This drop-in event will offer tips and advice and help everyone discover sustainable ways to cut their bills and save money.” ‘Living for Less’ is a free community drop-in event with a wide range of organisations signed up to attend including Forest of Dean District Council, Citizens Advice Bureau, Severn Wye Energy Agency, DWP, Homestart, Wlydwood, Two Rivers Housing and many other local community and support groups. Full list of organisations attending: Forest of Dean District Council - community, health, benefits and housing teams SevernWye Energy Agency Citizens Advice Bureau Department For Work and Pensions – Benefits and employment team Newent Upcycling Dean Forest Kitchen Friends of Forest Waterways Christians Against Poverty Wyldwood Crossroads Care Gloucestershire Carers Healthwatch Gloucestershire Adult Education Gloucestershire FRED – Forest Read Easy Deal Charlie's in the Forest Lydney Hub Gloucestershire Community Rail Two Rivers Housing Gloucestershire Fire & Rescue Mothers in Mind/Homestart Lydney Exchange Gloucestershire Nightstop Great Oaks Hospice Managing Memory GOPA - Gloucestershire Older Persons' Association Dementia Action Alliance - DDA CCP – Caring for Communities and People For more information contact or 01594 822073.

  • Copy of Home | Mysite

    NEW Welcome Group comes to Coleford ​ Intergenerational social group to help support young people with disabilities MONDAY 15 AUGUST Read More Frequently visited pages: COMMUNITY HUBS VOLUNTEER ADVICE FOREST YOUTH ASSOCIATION FVAF nedir? FVAF, Orman Gönüllü Eylem Forumu anlamına gelir. Yerel vatandaşlara, topluluk gruplarına ve faaliyetlere onlar için en önemli şeyleri yapmaları için destek sunuyoruz. Bu, aşağıdakileri içerir: ​ destek ve geliştirme tavsiyesi Eğitim bilgi ağ toplantıları kolaylaştırıcı temsil gönüllü işe alım gönüllü yerleştirme ve destek ​ Ayrıca Dekan Ormanı Gençlik Derneği, Tatil Aktivite Kampanyaları, Orman Gençlik Müzik Ağı, GEM Projesi, Orman Pusulası Rehberi, Tekerlekli Yürüyüş ve daha pek çok proje gibi yerel toplulukla ve yerel topluluk için birçok proje yürütüyoruz. Tüm ayrıntılar için Projeler sayfamıza göz atın. ​ "Türkiye'de Daha Güçlü Topluluklar İnşa Etmek Dean Ormanı" Daha fazlasını bul JOIN OUR MAILING LIST Get the latest community news and check out exciting volunteering opportunity in or around the Forest of Dean... Facebook'a git Useful publications: FREE directory of the many volunteering opportunities available locally... DOWNLOAD Bizim ortaklarımız We work with so many amazing and supportive partners. Find out more here...

  • Our partners | Mysite

    Our partners We work with, and are supported by so many fantastic organisations. ​ The projects and services we deliver in partnership with others, and the funding we receive makes it possible for us to support voluntary activity and community action in the Forest of Dean. ​ These are just some of the organisations we currently work closely with:

  • Community Heros Crowned 2023 | Mysite

    We crown our community heroes! The community turned out in force on Tuesday 3 October to see local volunteers crowned at our glittering Forest Volunteers Awards 2023 celebration at the AccXel Training Centre in Cinderford. READ THE NOMINEE PROFILES IN THE AWARDS PROGRAMME We created the Forest Volunteer Awards to recognise and celebrate the amazing efforts of local volunteers in the Forest of Dean and earlier this Summer, we asked you to nominate those volunteer heroes who have demonstrated exceptional and outstanding support to the local community over the past 12 months. We had an amazing response and received hundreds of nominations. Our expert community panel had the tough task of shortlisting the nominations and picking the winners. However,one category - Volunteer of the Year – Peoples’ Champion – was decided by a public vote withalmost 1,400 votes cast. The winners were crowned at a special evening, held at the stunning conference space at the impressive AccXel Training Centre, which was provided for free to FVAF by local construction company the KW Bell Group, who were the main sponsors of the event. Jando Greco, volunteer at St Stephens Church in Cinderford was crowned Volunteer of the Year – the People’s Champion following a public vote. A volunteer of over 12 years his nominator said: “We so appreciate him, he is such a thoughtful, caring person and will do anything for anyone – Jando is so worthy of receiving this award.” Young volunteers were celebrated with Ebony Powell, volunteer and fundraiser at Forest of Dean Dog Rescue crowned under 16 years old Young Volunteer of the Year for her caring and dedicated commitment caring for the rescue dogs, whilst in the 17 – 25 years old category, Daisy Hoole rewarded for her tireless hard work volunteering at C.A.N.D.I Youth Space. In the groups section, The George in Newnham was recognised as the New Voluntary Group of the Year for reopening the former café as a vibrant community space. Next up, was Sedbury Space who picked up the Grassroots Voluntary Group award in recognition of the fantastic efforts of the community to create a thriving, inclusive, welcoming hub. Fire safety education organisation SkillZONE was awarded the Community Organisation award for their responsive work with young people in the Forest, and a team of volunteers from EDF Energy picked up the Business in the Community Award for helping out at Camphill Village Trust in Lydney. Forest of Dean Dementia Action Alliance (FDDAA) sponsored the launch of a new Inclusion Award, with Cinderford Bowls Club scooping the top spot for making changes to the game and their grounds to make bowls accessible for everyone to enjoy. Our Volunteering Manager Deb Cook said “So much of what happens within our community is because of people who give their time and energy for free. We think that recognising the amazing efforts of volunteers and organisations is incredibly important which is why we have been so pleased by the reaction of the local people who have supported these awards by nominating and voting.” Deb added, “It has been an incredible evening and we are so lucky and proud of the strength of the amazing voluntary sector we have in the Forest.” Master of Ceremony for the Forest Volunteer Awards was Steve Knibbs, BBC Points West reporter who kept the guests entertained with his expert hosting skills. Award winners were announced by guest presenters; Mark Topping( Leader of Forest of Dean District Council), Emma Snell (Go Volunteer Glos), Penny Hulbert (FVAF Chair of Trustees), Jonathan Lane (Cabinet Member for Economy at FODDC), Kirsty Downie (John Lewis Partnership & Waitrose - Monmouth), and Andrea Harman (Ecophon). The celebration evening was made possible thanks to generous sponsorship for the following local organisations: KW Bell Group and AccXel Training Centre – main sponsors Ecophon Simplicity in Business Steve Gooch Estate Agents Waitrose & Partners (Monmouth Store) FOREST VOLUNTEER AWARD WINNERS 2023: ​ Volunteer of the Year – Peoples’ Champion WINNER: Jando Greco – St Stephens Church, Cinderford Highly Commended: Chris Brain (Broadwell Football Club), Melanie Getgood (Friends of Worcester Walk), Edna Husbands (Lydcare Community Transport), Barbara Jenkins (Over 60’s Group at Berryhill Memorial Hut), Albert Weager (community representative & advocate for better healthcare) and Dave Young (Forest Sensory Services and Samaritans). New Voluntary Group of the Year WINNER: The George, Newnham Highly Commended: Lydney Army Cadets Young Volunteer of the Year 16yrs & under WINNER: Ebony Powell – Forest of Dean Dog Rescue Highly Commended: Evie Harris - community volunteer and Teens in Crisis fundraiser Young Volunteer of the Year 17 – 25yrs WINNER: Daisy Hoole – C.A.N.D.I Youth Space Highly Commended: Leanne Hendrix – Coleford Youth Club Grassroots Voluntary Group of the Year WINNER: Sedbury Space Highly Commended: Forest Community Shed Community Organisation of the Year WINNER: SkillZone Highly Commended: Forest of Dean District Scouts Business in the Community Award WINNER: EDF Energy Highly Commended: The Rising Sun Community Pub FoD Dementia Action Alliance Inclusion Award WINNER: Cinderford Bowls Club Highly Commended: Artspace Cinderford ​ ​ END For media enquires contact 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

  • Publications | Mysite

    Our publications Forest Compass Edition 2 FVAF Annual Report 2022/23 FVAF Annual Report 2021/22 Insights into the Experience of commissioning for small VCSE organisations in the Forest of Dean By Chris Brown My Networks publications My Networks Scoping Project Report, Oct 2022 by Simon Price Supporting documents: Mental Health Scoping Project – Survey Results Co-production – How we facilitated My Networks Scoping Report Useful community publications The Digital Divides Report and Recommendations By Digital Divides Steering Group Learnings from the Forest By Forest of Dean Climate Action Partnership (FODCAP), Holding The Space, Thirty Percy, and CCRI.

  • Gloucestershire Inclusive Employer Award | Mysite

    IT’S OFFICIAL! We’re an inclusive employer We are super delighted to announce that we have been awarded a Gloucestershire Inclusive Employer Award! At a special event held at Stroud Brewery on Monday 17 October, we were presented with an award in recognition of our commitment to inclusive recruitment and the support we gave to three young people, with hidden disabilities, on the Kickstart Scheme. Two of the young people now work at FVAF and the third has successfully gained employment elsewhere. Team members told us they are more confident to talk about their own needs as well as support others; and it has given us greater confidence to encourage others to seek the benefits of diversity and inclusion in their own organisations. Cathy Griffiths, FVAF’S GEM Project Navigator, who accepted the award said: “Creating inclusive work practices is a long-term journey. So we are delighted to have got this award and our commitment to inclusivity will be shaping key actions now and for the year ahead.” The Gloucestershire Inclusive Employer awards, hosted by Inclusivity Works , were launched by the GEM Project. The scheme recognises employers who are committed to building an inclusive culture where diverse groups of people can come to work, feeling valued and confident to be themselves.

  • Community Connectors Feedback Form | Mysite

    COMMUNITY CONNECTORS’ FORUM/KNOW YOUR PATCH NETWORK In-person event 14 June 2022 at The Wesley, Cinderford Event Feedback \ Thank you for participating in our event! Tell us what you thought about it. Name & organisation Please indicate on a scale of 1 – 10, where 1 is the most negative and 10 the most positive What was your overall impression of the day? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 What was your experience of the speakers? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Please share any comments about your overall impression of the day and the speakers What was your experience of the activities? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Please share any comments about the activities What was your experience of the refreshments? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Was there anything else that you feel could have been provided? What would you like to see in future events? Suggested speakers/format etc Your email Send Feedback Thanks for your feedback!

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