WCAVA South Warwickshire Volunteer Awards 2019

Thursday, 13th June saw Warwickshire CAVA and over 130 guests celebrate the individual and collective achievements of volunteers across South Warwickshire in our first ever ‘Volunteer Awards’ evening which was held at Myton School. Read more.

Who cares?!

Warwickshire carers encouraged to access support service Read more.

WCAVA Nuneaton and Bedworth Volunteer Awards 2019

Thursday 6th June saw Warwickshire CAVA and over 150 guests celebrate the individual and collective achievements of volunteers across Nuneaton and Bedworth with our third annual ‘Volunteer Awards’. Read more.

Mental Health support for Children and Young People

A new venue has opened in Nuneaton to support children and young people with their mental health and wellbeing. Read more.

Warwickshire Insights

Warwickshire Insights provides statistical information about local areas in Warwickshire, along with interactive mapping and reporting tools to give deeper insights and inform decision-making. Read more.

Funding from WPH Charitable Trust allows Time Out to help vulnerable adults

A community group which works with lonely and isolated vulnerable adults with physical or mental disabilities has received £3,250 from the WPH Charitable Trust. Read more.

WCAVA: Office Space in Rugby - available immediately

Rugby WCAVA have two adjoining upstairs rooms for let. Read more.

WCC Councillors Grant Fund Workshops - Nuneaton and Bedworth

The Warwickshire County Council Councillors’ Grant Fund is aimed at community and voluntary organisations. Read more.

PCC’s new road safety fund opens for applications

A new £500,000 fund for projects tackling road safety in Warwickshire has been opened for applications by the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip Seccombe. Read more.

Vacancy: Assistant Youth Worker – North Warwickshire

WCAVA North Warwickshire are seeking an Assistant Youth Worker to support the delivery of the ‘3 villages Rural Youth Project’ which is a programme of youth work directed at young people aged 11-25 with a specific focus on those aged 13-19 in the villages of Hurley, Wood End and Piccadilly. Read more.


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