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CodeUp is a learner-led monthly meetup for adults learning how to code.

You tell CodeUp what you need support with, and they will do our best to help. With professional developers on hand to help, don't struggle alone, let CodeUp help you develop your skills, for free!

CodeUp Salford's passion is learning. as we reach adulthood, attending a learning environment so often comes at a cost, any cost is a barrier. CodeUp believe in providing the opportunity for adults to learn how to create great digital experiences; whether that’s writing an app for a smartphone or creating a website for fun.

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In their new strategy, Reaching Further, Lloyds Bank Foundation have committed to partnering with small and local charities to help people overcome complex social issues and rebuild their lives over the next five years.

More than 30 years of grantmaking, combined with hard-hitting reports from the sector shows that for small and local charities demand is rising, yet charities are under pressure to deliver their services with fewer resources.

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10 digital design principles have developed by over 50 sector organisations facilitated by CAST

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Who is the programme for?

Chairs and Vice Chairs of charities and non-profit organisations in England with an annual income of under £1 million.

Why get involved?

You will:

This Year marks 20 years of celebrating the contribution of refugees in the UK.

Family Fun Day

You are invited to take part in a Family Fun Day on Saturday 23rd June.

The Fun day will include a cultural celebration through art, music, food from around the world.

There will be a guest speaker who will talk about Eid.

Where: Beacon Youth Centre, London Street. Salford.M6 6QT

Time: 3pm -5pm

Contact : Irfan Syed- Chairman: 07765260453

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Cycle City Active City is the ground-breaking conference and exhibition for all those working to encourage utility cycling, walking and active, healthy lifestyles across Britain.

Town and cities with high levels of cycling, walking, play and sport are healthy, fun and work for people. This event shows how we get from ideas to reality.

This 6th Annual Cycle City Active City 0n 28-29 June 2018 includes a two-day exhibition of the product and service suppliers to the sector, with plenary presentations by high-profile individuals throughout the UK and beyond with expertise and influence in cycling and walking policy and infrastructure, active place-making, public health, and positive urban design and development.

Research requests

Giving  Evidence and think-tank Charity Futures break new ground in researching what matters to charities and donors

Charity Futures, the new sector think tank led by Sir Stephen Bubb, is launching a major consultation to find out the topics on which donors and charity leaders most want more research to help them in their vital work.Clearly this is essential for ensuring that charitable activity and giving can be based on sound evidence.

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Wednesday 7th June, 7pm - 9pm

66-68 Swan Street, Manchester, M4 5JU

An open Interfaith Dialogue for Faith Leaders, people of faith and of no faith.

For more information and to reserve your place contact: admin@fn4m.org or warren@fn4m,org

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A drinks reception to launch the findings of the Beyond Abuse project, which has been funded by the MHCLG.

When: 

Manchester Art Gallery, Mosley Street, Manchester, M2 3JL

Speakers include:

Prof Catherine Donovan (University of Sunderland)

Jasna Magic (Galop)

Tina Wathern (Stonewall Housing)

Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance

Independent Choices

Chair: Paul Martin (LGBT Foundation)

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The mother of a young boy who was sexually abused after being groomed on his games console has spoken out as part of the ‘Keep Switched On’ campaign. The initiative has been launched by the ‘It’s Not Okay’ partnership to raise awareness of the risks of online grooming.

The mum, who is remaining anonymous to protect the identity of her son, is urging parents and carers to be vigilant of their children’s safety at all times, even when they are deemed to be ‘safe’ in their bedrooms.

She said:

“I would urge parents not to dismiss any radical changes in behaviour - you know your children, you must trust your instincts. Keep conversations about what they are doing, and who they are seeing, ongoing.

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