Tees Valley Rural Action and Denise Meek, North East Region Liaise Officer from the Illegal Money Lending Team are inviting you to take part in Loan Shark Training via an On line zoom training session which aims to briefly explain what a loan shark is and the support that Illegal Money Lending Team can offer partners and victims.
This training is aimed at new members of staff, new volunteers or staff who want a quick refresher. This training is also open to any members of our community who may find this useful.
Tuesday 20th October at 2pm
Thursday 22nd October at 7pm
This training will include a presentation concludes with Questions & Answers.
To secure you’re place please email: email@example.com by Monday 19th October please
For more information from the Stop Loan Shark Team
The Prince’s Countryside Fund is now accepting applications from locally-focussed, legally-constituted not-for-profit organisations who are working to create resilient rural communities across the UK in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Grants of up to £10,000 are available for up to one year. Projects must be completed within one year of their start date and no later than 31 March 2022. Some match funding is required.
The grants will cover revenue costs that are directly associated with projects that are helping rural communities deal with the negative effects of the pandemic.
To date the funding has been used to address and combat issues such as isolation, financial pressures, and issues with physical and mental health.
Groups are advised to apply early as a large number of applications are expected and the fund may close earlier than the published deadline.
Application Deadline: 3rd November 2020.
The Prince’s Trust Countryside Fund
Tees Valley Rural Action, (TVRA) would like to thank everyone for entering our Rural Garden Competition.
The judging was done by Ben Houchen, Tees Valley Mayor, who did tell us he had a very difficult time choosing the winners. We thank him for taking the time to judge your amazing photographs.
We can now announce the winners as follows:
- 1st Prize Barbara Irvine from Elwick, Hartlepool
- 2nd Prize Brian Chapman from Thornton, Middlesbrough
- 3rd Prize Clare Wren from Stainton, Middlesbrough
The three winners will receive a wonderful canvas of their photograph, and a garden centre voucher. The first 1st prize will feature in TVRA’s Rural Evidence Report due to be published in early 2021.
Rita Lawson, TVRA’s, Chief Executive commented, “During COVID 19 our gardens and yard spaces have become our place of sanctuary, allowing us to enjoy a safe and happy space. We are thankful you have taken the time to share with us and showcase Tees Valley in all its summer glory. This pandemic has impacted on everyone in some way shape or form, and we have been truly blessed to be able to glimpse into your spaces which have played a part in lifting, not only your emotional wellbeing but also ours at TVRA, and keeping us all connected.”
We hope you enjoy the video of our 3 winners, Everyone is a winning entry in our eyes and we will showcase more of the fantastic entries in the coming weeks.
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