Age UK Bradford & District Voice Magazine
Age UK works to inspire, enable and support older people to help people make the most of later life. Bradford & District is the local arm of this national charity. The produce a regular magazine called 'Voice' which deals with issues as they affect older people in the Bradford District - and beyond. To sign up for the Age UK newsletter go to http://www.ageuk.org.uk/newsletter/.
Artworks Creative Communities E-Bulletin
Artworks is a local organisation working with professional artists and in partnership with communities, organisations and businesses across all sectors. They aim to develop and deliver effective projects that use participation in the arts as a tool to inspire, connect and engage.
Bradford Area Occupational Health and Safety Forum Newsletter
Bradford Area Occupational Health and Safety Forum (BAOHSF) is a partnership of public, private, voluntary and trade union organisations working in the Bradford area to improve the health, safety and wellbeing of people at work.
Bradford City of Film E-Bulletin
Bradford was announced as the world's first official UNESCO City of Film in June 2009. City of Film is brought to you in collaboration with a number of partners, including the Bradford Council, the National Media Museum, Screen Yorkshire, the University of Bradford, Pace plc and Fabric. The City of Film aim is now to use this fabulous film status to focus Bradford on film, and to help the film world focus on Bradford.
Bradford Council Families First Newsletter
Families First is a Bradford programme, funded by the Government, running from 2012 to 2015, which will work with families facing serious problems, to "turn their lives round". It will offer a joined-up 'menu' of support, looking at the needs of the whole family, not just of individual members. To download the Families First Newsletters visit: www.bradford.gov.uk/bmdc/BCYPP/families_first
Bradford District Faiths Forum E-Bulletin and Newsletter
Bradford District Faiths Forum (BDFF) aims to involve the wider faith sphere at the strategic level around keys issues. It also works to promote social inclusion and combat religious discrimination, develop understanding between faith groups by enabling them to work together on shared aims and advance public knowledge of different faiths. To subscribe to the weekly BDFF e-bulletin which includes a wide range of local information (events, training, jobs etc) email Julia Chantrell or visit the BDFF website (opens new window). They also produce a bi-monthly newsletter see below:
Bradford Environmental Action Trust (BEAT) Newsletter
BEAT work with the local community delivering innovative and practical environmental projects which work towards a sustainable future. To subscribe to BEAT's community energy newsletters email email@example.com
Bradford Nutition and Dietetic Service (BNDS) Newsletter
BNDS are a team of public health dietitians and assistants who provide a
food and nutrition focused advice and consultancy service to a wide
range of partners and stakeholders. If you would like a copy of their newsletter please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bradford Specialist Sexual Violence and Abuse Advisory Group (BSSVAAG) Newsletter
BSSVAAG is a project aiming to bring an innovative and action-focused joint working platform to the specialist sexual violence sector in Bradford. If you would like to receive their e-newsletter please email email@example.com
Briefing Bradford is a regular publication from Bradford CVS which has been providing information for the voluntary & community sector in Bradford district since the late 1970's. They produce 8 issues per year in print and available to download online. To subscribe contact Paul Colley: 01274 722772 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Link Yorkshire Business E-Bulletin
Business Link Yorkshire are government funded and provide impartial help and advice to anyone wishing to start their own business or those who already have. They produce a monthly e-bulletin covering the latest news, opportunities, survey findings and legislation.
Cancer Support Bradford and Airedale Newsletter
Cancer Support Bradford & Airedale is a local charity supporting people affected by cancer in the Bradford Metropolitan area. They produce a regular newsletter called Daisy Chain.
Carers Resource Newsletter
The Carers' Resource is an independent charity with offices in Bradford, Craven & Airedale, Harrogate and Ripon. Their work is recognised nationally, regionally and locally. They produce a regular newsletter called Choices - to subscribe contact email@example.com
Centre Forward E-Bulletin
This e-bulletin is aimed at anyone running a community building but may be of interest to a wider audience. Includes news on funding, training and events in the Bradford district. To subscribe to Centre Forward email firstname.lastname@example.org
Champions Show the Way
Champions Show the Way works with people who have a long-term health condition or disability. We do this by linking them to the many activities led by Community Health Champions that take place across the Bradford and Airedale District. Visit http://www.bdct.nhs.uk/cstw for up to date information on activities.
Change4Life is a public health programme which began in January 2009, organised by the Department of Health. The campaign aims to encourage people in Britain to lead healthier lives, using and is backed by major food and beverage companies as well as sports and health groups.
City of Sanctuary Newsletter
City of Sanctuary is a movement to build a culture of hospitality for people seeking sanctuary in the UK. Their goal is to create a network of towns and cities throughout the country which are proud to be places of safety, and which include people seeking sanctuary fully in the life of their communities. To find out more visit the City of Sanctuary Bradford website or visit their Facebook page. You can also email email@example.com or call on 07572956109. City of Sanctuary produce a newsletter 3 times a year - download the latest edition below.
CNet & Assembly News E-Bulletin
CNet News is a regular email bulletin sent out to the local voluntary and community sector (VCS) and partners in the Bradford district. It includes information about funding, training, events and job vacancies and is also used to provide updates about the activities of Bradford District Assembly and the VCS Forums.
Community Pride Newsletter
Community Pride is a newsletter produced by Bradford Council and sent to every home in the district (approx 197,000). It is the Council's leading publication promoting access to services, achievements and improvements and resident views. You can also download previous editions via the Bradford District Partnership website (opens new window)
This e-bulletin gives details about training and information sessions from Bradford CVS including some free sessions from the Cascade project. To subscribe contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Information about training courses is available at www.bsupported.org.uk
Equality & Diversity Forum E-Newsletter
The Equality and Diversity Forum is a network of national organisations committed to progress on age, disability, gender and gender identity, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation and broader equality and human rights issues.
Equity News is the regular e-bulletin from Bradford's Equity Partnership - an local infrastructure development and support organisation. They aim to play a key role in the development of our communities, to challenge homophobia and heterosexism, to ensure that the long term needs of our communities are provided for and to act as a network for advancing lesbian, gay and bi-sexual issues. Equity News is sent out every 4-6 weeks, to subscribe email email@example.com
Fagley Children's Centre Newsletter
Fagley Children's Centre Monthly Update is circulated to all families registered with the centre. Professionals and organisations are welcome to receive an electronic copy of the update, which is also available in hard copy if preferred. To subscribe to the Fagley Children's Centre newsletter email firstname.lastname@example.org
Faith Based Regeneration Network E-Bulletin
The Faith Based Regeneration Network UK (FbRN) is the leading national multi faith network for community development, regeneration and social action. The main means of communication with the Network is their Email bulletin which goes out every two to three weeks. Provides up-to-date information on, public policy that may affect them, new resources and funding streams, job opportunities and forthcoming events.
Fit4Funding West Yorkshire Newsletter
This newsletter contains the latest information about local and regional funding opportunities.
Friends of Judy Woods Newsletter
Judy Woods is situatied in south Bradford. Friends of Judy Woods aims to help conserve the woods for the quiet enjoyment of the public, and for the plants and animals that live there.
HALE is a healthy living project which has been successfully delivering community based health improvement activities in the Shipley and Frizinghall areas since 2003. They produce a regular newsletter which provides infomation about HALE's services and the difference they make to the health and wellbeing of local communities. To subscribe to receive the update directly email Katy Whitham: email@example.com or call 01274 271088
HEM Connects Newsletter
HEM Connects is a newsletter produced by Homewood Ethnic Minorities (HEM). HEM is an informal group of active residents from different cultural backgrounds whose main aim is to bridge a positive relationship within the ethnic minorities living in Holmewood, Bradford and to build a neighbourhood together. To subscribe to the HEM Connect newsletter contact Vie Lusandu on Tel: 07757118726 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Improvement Network Bulletin
The Improvement Network is a national organisation sponsered by the Audit Commission, CIPFA, IDeA, Leadership Centre for Local Government and NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement. It works to build capacity for public sector managers and practitioners.
In Touch - News from the Bradford, Airedale and Craven CCGs
InTouch is the local newsletter from the three local clinical commissioning groups (CC Gs) - Airedale, Wharfedale and Craven; Bradford City and Bradford Districts.
Interfaith Network EBulletin
The Inter Faith Network (IFN) for the UK was founded in 1987 to promote good relations between people of different faiths in this country. To subscribe to the bulletin email email@example.com
JUST West Yorkshire Newsletter
JUST was initially set up by the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust in 2003 to promote racial justice in West Yorkshire. Since its establishment JUST has become a leading voice in the North promoting racial justice, civil liberties and human rights. They produce a regular Racial Justice email newsletter.
Kala Sangam E-Bulletin
Kala Sangam is a leading South Asian Arts organisation based in Bradford, promoting and providing greater understanding and appreciation of the cultural traditions of South Asia. To subscribe to the monthly Kala Sangam e-bulletin email firstname.lastname@example.org
Key Fund Newsletter
The Key Fund is a national organisation that supports Social Enterprises to enable them to develop, grow and increase their community, economic and enviromental impact.
Mentoring and Befriending Foundation Newsletter
The Mentoring and Befriending Foundation (MBF) is a national charity that encourages the growth and development of mentoring and befriending across all sectors.
Millan Centre Newsletter
The Millan Centre is on Victor St in Manningham, Bradford and is a community centre for women and girls offering a range of activities, training and support. If you would like to be added to the Millan Centre mailing list please call 01274 480691 or email email@example.com
Mind the Gap Newsletter
Mind the Gap are a Bradford based award winning Theatre Company that helps people with learning disabilities become professional actors, and helps actors with learning disabilities achieve their potential.
NHS Choices - Your Health E-Newsletter
This national monthly e-newsletter is packed with health tips for you and your family.
Partnership Post is a regular e-news bulletin collated by Bradford Council for the Bradford District Partnership. To subscribe call 01274 432321
Pay & Employment Rights Service (PERS) Newsletter
PERS provides assistance and advice on discipline, grievance, redundancy, discrimination and employment rights, e.g. maternity, paternity, holidays, absence, breaks, minimum wage etc. They also review and update of all employment policies and procedures and give support on general HR issues, consultancy and mediation services and training. This is free to voluntary sector employers and employees in West Yorkshire. To receive the PERS newsletter call 01924 428033 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sedbergh Youth & Community Centre Newsletter
Sedbergh Community Centre is based in Odasl, Bradford. To subscribe to their regular newsletter email: email@example.com
Social Enterprise Support Centre (SESC) E-Newsletter
SESC is a small, dynamic organisation delivering support services to the local social enterprise sector through their networks, events, communications, workshops and consultancy. They produce a monthly newsletter.
Social Enterprise Support Centre (SESC) - Enterprising Communities E-Newsletter
Enterprising Communities is a project coordinated by SESC which supports community enterprise in Bradford district.
Stop Hate UK Newsletter
Stop Hate UK is a charity that provides independent and confidential support to people affected by Hate Crime.
Urban Forum Infomail
Urban Forum is a national charity and a membership organisation that supports communities to have a greater say over decisions that affect them. They work with their members to influence government policy and by supporting them to influence decision-making locally. You can subscribe to a regular e-bulletin (see below). Alternatively join Urban Forum (opens new window) (free of charge for VCS groups) to also receive their monthly Policy Roundup - a round up of all the latest policy and research news.
Voluntary Action Leeds (VAL) E News
Voluntary Action Leeds (VAL) is the Council for Voluntary Service in Leeds. They provide direct support services and specialist advice to third sector organisations across Leeds, helping them to carry out their work and ensuring they are well represented in partnership work. VAL produce their E-News bulletin twice a month.
Voluntary Action Wakefield District E-Bulletin
Voluntary Action Wakefield District exists to ensure the development of a vibrant voluntary and community sector within the Wakefield Metropolitan District area.
West Yorkshire Archive Service 'Our Stories' E-Newsletter
The West Yorkshire Archive Service exists to preserve the local heritage of historical documents and to help members of the public make use of them. The Service has offices in Wakefield, Bradford, Calderdale (Halifax), Kirklees (Huddersfield), and Leeds. They produce a regular email newsletter about the service and its activities. To subscribe contact contact Rachel Tapp on (0113) 2898 223 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
West Yorkshire Community Accounting Service (WYCAS) E-Bulletin
The West Yorkshire Community Accounting Service known as WYCAS aims to support charities, voluntary organisations, community groups and social enterprises with managing their finances more effectively and efficiently.
West Yorkshire Racial Justice Network Newsletter
The Racial Justice Network uses training, research and information updates on key policy, strategy and legislation to empower the Network to challenge racial injustice and inequality. If you would like to receive copies of the racial Justice network Newsletter contact Arwa Almari on email@example.com or call 01535 612524
Young Lives Bradford E-Bulletin
Young Lives Bradford provides regular information on all issues relating to children & young people's services within Bradford District and are recognised by the local authority and Children's Trust partners as the co-ordinating body for the voluntary & community sector for children and young people. To receive the Young Lives e-bulletin email: firstname.lastname@example.org. To speak to a member of the Young Lives team call 01274 722772.