We provide a range of activities focused on reducing social isolation, particularly for those from former coal mining communities. This includes:
Our social day centre based in Pontefract provides a range of activities for those living in West and South Yorkshire.
Open Monday – Friday, those attending can take part in social and recreational activities, crafts, games, advice sessions, and exercise catering for a wide range of interests.
Refreshments and a cooked lunch is provided each day and transport can be arranged if required.
There is a small daily charge for attendees which includes lunch and an additional charge for transport if required.
You do not have to be a former miner to attend, everyone is welcome but priority will be given to those living in former coal mining communities.
For further information or to arrange an introductory visit please call 01977 703384.
In both South Wales and the North East of England, we provide social inclusion activities through a number of groups held regularly in local community venues.
These groups provide opportunities for those from former coal mining communities to socialise and meet others.
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CISWO is currently seeking to recruit Trustees to join the Board at an exciting time in our development. As a Trustee you will be a ‘critical friend’ to the Chief Executive and Senior Leadership Team and along with the other members of the Board ensure that the organisation continues to provide the support and care to its beneficiaries whilst also developing to reach its future aims. We are looking for dynamic, engaged individuals who will provide leadership and experience, as well as challenge. We are interested in hearing from future Trustees with any skillset but particularly experience at a senior level in the health and / or social care sector, a professional legal background, or property and land management. You will ideally operate at a strategic level and have the time to commit to the role along with the ability to converse at all levels internally and externally. You will need to be able to commit to attending a minimum of four board meetings a year and sub committees as required. Trustees positions are unremunerated but reasonable travel expenses are provided. The charity strives for equality of opportunity in all its activities, it therefore welcomes applications from all sectors of the community. For more information please contact our recruitment partner who is helping us with this process: https://www.brewsterpartners.co.uk/jobs/pb15537-trustees ...
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