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VOLUNTARY HOSPITAL CHAPLAINCY OPEN DAY 10TH FEBRUARY


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Part-time Chaplain - Harris CofE Academy

The Diocese of Coventry Multi Academy Trust is looking to appoint a resourceful and highly effective Chaplain who is committed to developing Harris Church of England Academy.

If you are able to engage, inspire and develop in creative ways the development of students’ spirituality and are passionate about church school education then this may be of interest to you.

This role requires 18.5 hours per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays for 38 weeks per year and offers a salary of £10,553.53 (FTE £24,964). For more information please see the attached advert and job spec. Interviews will take place on 28 March 2018.est news


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WE ARE EXHIBITING AT CWRocks and event for local businesses in the Coventry and Warwickshire. It has been organised by the Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber Of Commerce (DETAILS)


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JOB CENTRE PLUS - PARTNER EVENT

Please see below a picture from today's Partner Event at Nuneaton Job Centre +.  
It was a brilliant day of networking, meeting Job Centre+ Work Coaches and lots of interaction with job seekers.  I had the opportunity to speak with the Job Centre+ Partnership Manager 
and Job Centre+ Nuneaton Manager, so I'm hopeful of increased referrals coming through. 
 
Terry Salter (CAP) and I shared a table and Work Clubs and CAP made the perfect partnership!

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Henry Jerwood sends this information


As the Workcare Chaplain for the Warwickshire Fire and Rescue HQ and the Station in Leamington Spa, I was very pleased to be invited to the Annual Awards Evening on the 13th July 2017.

At the event, Long Service Medals were presented to members to recognise 20 years in the Service, as well as a number of other awards, celebrating support activities in the different communities around the County. These included Fire Prevention initiatives, an Arson awareness programme and other "back office" work not normally seen and appreciated by the public but which is vital to support the front-line service.

It was a very inspiring and uplifting evening, particularly in the context of the recent terror attacks and the Grenfell fire but also recognising the many much lower level events which occur day by day but need the same selfless commitment and expertise offered across the Service in the County.

Henry Jerwood  (Chaplain to Leamington Fire and Rescue HQ)


Allan Holder Award

Community service awards

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