The latest updates from Time to Shine – May 2018

The latest updates from

Time to Shine

Making Leeds less lonely for older people

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Time to Shine Celebration Event – 25 May

Time to Shine Celebration Event Friday 25 May 11am-1pm Leeds City Museum, Millenium Square, Leeds LS2 8BH Join us in the gorgeous Brodrick Hall, at Leeds City Musuem, as we celebrate three years of Time to Shine, look back at what we’ve…
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Co-production: Beyond the Buzz

“Co-production” is a popular buzz word these days. The shift toward doing things with people rather than for or at them has grown in popularity for the delivery of third sector services. It’s been a cornerstone of the Time…
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Small Funds: Finding People Who Are Hard to Find

The Small Funds project is designed to focus on reaching people who have historically been less likely to engage in traditional services: carers, men, people from BAME backgrounds, etc. With the help of small amounts of funding, community…
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Job Opportunity: Armley Helping Hands

Community Engagement Worker, Don’t Call Me Old Job Role: Community Engagement Worker Salary: £20,209.63 Contract: Fixed Term Contract for 30 Months (Including 6 months’ probation period) Annual Leave: 28 Days plus 8 Public…
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Job Opportunity: Yorkshire Dance

Yorkshire Dance is looking to recruit 4 freelance dance artists and 2 freelance musicians to lead on a three-year programme in care homes across Leeds.
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