On behalf of Joint Commissioning and Community Development Team -
Derby & Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group/Joined Up Care Derbyshire
The campaign to bolster the health and social sector with additional resources and to support the vaccination of staff, and the wider population, against Covid-19 is being overseen by the Derbyshire Health and Care People Hub, part of Joined Up Careers Derbyshire.
The campaign, known as Call to Arms is now live and has an online home at https://joinedupcareers.co.uk/careers/call-arms which features an explanation of the campaign and on online form where people can express an interest in the roles required. The campaign will be publicised on social media, via Joined Up Careers’ Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn sites. An animated video to help promote Call to Arms is in production and will be completed next week.
We are asking partner organisations to share the Call to Arms content, including the attached poster, far and wide and will be grateful to everyone who helps spread the word.
Information and advice for Financial Inclusion help in Chesterfield.
B6418 Long Duckmanton to Clowne and Adjacent Roads
Staveley Town Council has taken the difficult decison to cancel the annual Halloween Disco and Fireworks Event, Staveley Christmas Market and the Elderly Citizens Christmas Party due to the ongoing threat of COVID-19-
Coronavirus laws currently prohibit public gatherings and there is no certainty about what the future holds including the potential for further lockdown measures to be applied -
We must keep public safety in the forefront of our minds and due to the scale of these events, we have regrettably taken the decision to cancel them for 2020 -
Staveley Town Council hopes to be able to bring these events to you in 2021
Bolsover Road, Mastin Moor
The new grant scheme opens on Friday 5 June 2020 and closes for applications on 17 June 2020.