Proofreading Services

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Email: 
alex.j.rankin@hotmail.co.uk
Phone: 
07989 297254
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I am a freelance proofreader based in the Bristol area and would like to offer my services to Voscur members and partners. If you have any written material, be it a brochure, a website or a newsletter, I can check for speling and grammar errors to ensure it reads smoothly and coherently.

I have experience working with a small, creative agency on client communications and am keen to work with other SMEs including charitable organisations. 

My rates start from £10 per hour. Please get in touch if you would like to know more.

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South West of England Public Health Practitioner Registration Scheme- Application process

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Email: 
mark.jefferies@bristol.gov.uk
Phone: 
0117 3521161
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The South West of England Public Health Practitioner Registration Scheme for the 2017 -2018  Cohort are now recruiting.

  1. Benefits:
  • Health Education England (HEE) fully fund the Scheme and practitioners are free to join without additional cost;
  • Practitioner Registration can provide further Public Health career opportunities;  
  • Facilitator support is provided by the Scheme to help practitioners develop their portfolios;
  • Successful Practitioners have reported enhanced personal confidence and competence in their own work areas;
  • Portfolio development can increase reflective practice skills to assist with workforce development;
  • Practitioner registration is a recognised accredited standard for professional and ethical practice to provide quality assurance to employers.

See attachment for further details 

  1. Practitioner Nominations:

All application forms must be returned to both Mark Jefferies mark.jefferies@bristol.gov.uk and Katie Porter katie.porter@bristol.gov.uk by no later than 12:00 hours on Tuesday the 26th September 2017

  1. Who can apply:

Public health practitioners from the Local Authority (LA), National Health Service (NHS), Third sector organisations  and PHE

Definition of the term public health practitioner- The term public health practitioner is designed to describe a level of practice, not a specific job role or type of job. The United Kingdom Public Health Register (UKPHR) has taken the broad definition of a “public health practitioner” as someone who has autonomy in specific areas of public health work, continually developing their area of work and supporting others to understand it. See link for further details click here

  1. Supporting information:

Please find the following documents attached to forward to your contacts and networks with this email:

  • application form with self-assessment for the practitioner to fill out and return to you for nomination;
  • UKPHR Practitioner Registration promotional leaflet;
  • Scheme document outlining the benefits of practitioner registration;
  • Building Your Portfolio 2016;
  • Portfolio Essentials 2017. 
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Meeting and Treatment Rooms for hire

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Email: 
info@mstherapybristol.org.uk
Phone: 
01454 201686
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The West of England Ms Therapy Centre has a meeting room and three treatment rooms that are available for hire. 

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The West of England MS Therapy Centre is based in Bradley Stoke, well connected to the M4 and M5.  All rooms are located at ground level and the Centre, including the parking, is fully accessible to wheelchair users.

#StreetFoodThursdays at the Harbourside!

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The Harbourside Market have relaunched their popular Street Food Thursdays, bringing in Bristol’s favourite food traders to serve cuisine from around the world, with plenty of veggie options. From Persian meat to handmade gyoza, Caribbean wraps to Canadian coffee, there’s something here for everyone, plus the opportunity to take a break, have a chat, and enjoy the good vibes of resident Market DJ Jambo. The Market runs every Thursday, from 12PM onwards.

So put away those soggy sarnies scoffed at your desk, head to the harbour every Thursday from midday and get dosed up with delicious nosh, fresh air and good company. That’s a proper lunch break!

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Meeting room available for hire

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We have a meeting/ training room available for hire. Based in our offices on Victoria Street, it is located near the city centre and minutes away from both bus and train stations.

The room is located on the fifth floor. It is an ideal space for regular meetings and training courses.

  • Room hire is available between 9am and 5pm
  • Costs are inclusive of coffee, tea and biscuits
  • Catering contacts can be supplied upon request
  • £120 per day, or £70 per half day
  • 20% discount applicable for other charities

We have the following equipment available for use upon request:

  • Colour TV and video recorder
  • White board and pens
  • Projector and screen
  • Laptop
  • Flip charts
  • Broadband connection available

We are fully accessible for disabled users.

Please contact us using the details below for more information.

 

Contact  

Phone: 0117 929 7537

Email: admin@ageukbristol.org.uk

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Cafe business available in Easton Community Centre from July 1st!

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Email: 
jon@eastoncommunitycentre.org.uk
Phone: 
0117 9541409
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Café business available at Easton Community Centre from July 1st 2013!

If you’re interested come in and talk to Tim at the café, put together a proposal of what you would offer and contact Jon at

jon@eastoncommunitycentre.org.uk

or 0117 9541409

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