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Community News & Updates

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Mother’s Day 2020
Mother’s Day 2020
Mother’s Day is coming sooner than you think (March 22nd 2020) so if you want to spoil your Mother, you need to book something soon. Historically Mother’s Day was the day that children and young people ‘in service’ were given off to return home to their families or their Mother Church to visit. Wildflowers were often picked along the way to give to their Mother or to take to Church and so the tradition of flowers or gifts has come from this. Nowadays we choose to give flowers, a gift or spoil our Mum’s in more modern ways. Here are a few suggestions for you:-
Student Volunteering Week 2020 enters its 20th year, let’s make it the best yet! During its lifetime this event has broadened horizons and enriched students and the people that they have interacted with many times over. This event aims to celebrate the positive impact of today’s student volunteers and encourages students to engage in civic life. Student Hubs and the National Union of Students (NUS) are supporting the Student Volunteering Network in delivering the campaign.
Much is said about Mental Health in general in today’s media with personalities as elevated as the Royal Family taking an active roll in promoting greater understanding and acceptance of Mental Health issues and especially those of children and young people. Children’s Mental Health Week runs from Monday 3rd February until the 9th Feb.
New year, new opportunities!
New year, new opportunities!
New year, new opportunities at job roadshow in Bath.
Help keep your community warm this winter - volunteers needed.
Social Media is currently one of the largest industries around the world. Boasting approximately 45% of the world as it’s users, now is the time to jump in and make sure your business is booming.
From 28th September, The Campaign for Wool’s annual Wool Week will mark it’s 10th year of raising awareness of this purely natural resource that is home grown. Throughout our history Britain has raised sheep, processed wool, made garments and furnishings from this most natural and much-loved textile and exported wool and textiles throughout the world.
Postcards are going out to all homes and businesses in Bath & North East Somerset highlighting final plans for a clean air zone (CAZ) in Bath.
Britain is blessed with a fabulous coastline and we have our fair share of it here on our doorsteps. It has become apparent, thanks to massive publicity in the media, that areas of the country, especially the coastal areas have become polluted and in some cases almost unfit for human use, debris from ships, debris from beach visitors not taking their rubbish home with them plus all of the flotsam and jetsam thrown up from goodness knows where by the sea. Plus, plastic micro particles are entering the food chain leaving all of us at risk. What can we do to prevent this detritus from accumulating and causing growing health risks?
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