Friday, June 30, 2017

NEW B&B OPENED - B&B at 43 Offer Military Discount

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EASY RESETTLEMENT MAGAZINE






































The summer issue of Easy Resettlement magazine is out now...
Easy Resettlement is now the number one armed forces resettlement publication as we offer more employment opportunities for our readers than any other publication. Each issue is distributed to all service leavers by BFPO to ensure everyone gets a free copy. In addition to the hard copies it is sent out via an Email blast to our subscribers as well as having an easy to read online version on our website, you can even download back issues to your desktop www.easyresettlement.com/magazine/

Monday, June 26, 2017

NORTH YORKSHIRE -Ex-Forces Support








Community Messaging - SNAPCHAT Advice No Closing date











Officers from the Neighbourhood Policing Teams within North Yorkshire Police would like to make parents aware of the following update that has released on snapchat.
If your children have the Snapchat app and GPS on their phone please take a look at this.

It seems with the new update there is a new feature on Snapchat. When you open the app place two fingers on the screen and drag them together 'pinch' just like when zooming out on an interactive map. This will then open the new feature. It shows your location with near exact accuracy and can be only a couple of meters wrong. This means people can see exactly where you are at any time.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

AFF FIRE SAFETY - Information


























Press release – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

AFF reassured about housing safety for Army families

Following the tragic incident at Grenfell Tower in London, the Army families Federation (AFF) has approached the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO), to clarify whether multi-storey Service Families Accommodation (SFA) features any external cladding, which would potentially present a fire risk.

Safety assured
DIO checked the position of this issue and were able to inform AFF that multi-storey buildings are predominantly brick construction. The external wall insulation used on recent energy efficiency upgrades to military housing has also been confirmed as meeting all relevant building and fire regulations.

AFF Housing Specialist Cat Calder said, “Ensuring the safety of our Army families is paramount and AFF has received assurances of safety from all relevant parties involved. DIO has also advised us that a review will now be carried out of all non-habitable areas such as stairwells, plant rooms and communal areas, to confirm the safety of the Army families living there.”

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

NYCC Apprenticeships Launched - No closing date


















One job a thousand opportunities – spread the word!

Are you looking to earn while you learn? An apprenticeship could be the ideal choice for you!
Or perhaps you are a recent Graduate looking for the next step to take?

North Yorkshire County Council are an award winning organisation and have a proven track record of delivering successful apprenticeship and graduate programmes.  We’ve just launched our 2017 apprenticeship and graduate opportunities.
Find out more by visiting the Link

REWARD FOR FORCES £1 For 60 days kids pass membership


Monday, June 12, 2017

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Monday, June 5, 2017

WAGS CHOIR CATTERICK
























ROYAL BRITISH LEGION BREAKS - No closing date












See full details of RBL breaks at Byng House at this link 
http://www.britishlegion.org.uk/get-support/social-support/break-centres/byng-house

Friday, June 2, 2017

SUPPORT FOR FORCES FAMILIES AND VETERANS - No closing date

Support for Forces Families and Veterans

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A £7.4 million partnership covering York, North Yorkshire and the East Riding to bring people closer to the world of work and training, funded by Building Better Opportunities (Big Lottery) and ESF. Forces families, service leavers, veterans have been identified as being key groups to be given access to this support.

The aim of the project is to provide mentoring and support to people who are economically inactive or unemployed (including none working partners/spouses), helping them to overcome barriers and move closer to employment, whilst addressing a range of social issues.