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Story time with Santa - 14 December

Story time with Santa is back! Join us at Gainsborough Uphill Community Centre for a day filled with Christmas fun. On Saturday 14 December we will be holding Story Time with Santa! ...

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Acis secures rescue deal for adaptations charity

Housing provider Acis has launched a new service to help people stay in the home of their choice for longer, after saving a charity from administration. Acis has acquired parts of Lincolnshire Home...

Community drop-in!

We'll be running a community drop-in session on Wednesday 13 November between 9am and 11am at Affordable Foods Gainsborough. The aim is to discuss any issues our customers raise. We’ll...

Adverse weather

After more severe flooding in some areas overnight we want to remind you to stay safe during this adverse weather. Please be aware that our teams may not be able to get out to you during this time ...

YES is here!

We are leading on a new and unique programme to tackle youth unemployment in West Lindsey.

The Youth and Employer Support (YES) Programme is here and will bring a new twist to employment programmes.

Not only will the programme help local young people aged 16-30, it will also offer a dedicated employer support service.

By offering a free hands-on service, the YES programme will support local employers to recruit to and sustain long-term employment opportunities for young people.  

The four-year programme, in partnership with Voluntary Centre Services (VCS), is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK.

The the aim is to create sustainable opportunities and tackle the youth unemployment rate in the region.

On the launch of the programme, Hannah Taylor-Dales, Service Development Manager at Acis said: “We’re delighted to get the YES programme started. It’s an exciting concept and we can’t wait to engage with local young people and employers to tackle youth unemployment.”

Heather Arnatt, Area Coordinator at Voluntary Centre Services West Lindsey said: “We’re pleased to bring our skills and experience to this new partnership. We feel passionately about offering something different to young people in the area, to address the issues that really matter and help them to set their own path.”

The National Lottery Community Fund distributes money raised by National Lottery players for good causes. Last year it awarded over half a billion pounds and supported over 11,000 projects across the UK for health, education, environment and charitable purposes. To find out more visit www.TNLCommunityFund.org.uk

For more information, call Acis on 0800 027 2057


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