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£36 raised for Mind

Wed, 08/06/2016 - 8:27am

Our monthly 'dress down' day raised funds on their behalf.

On the first Monday of each month IS staff can come to the Chapel in their casual clothes in return for a donation of £2 to the charity being supported. Staff can nominate any good cause they feel deserves a bit of extra help. This month's charity was nominated by Richard Griffin in our Development team.

 

£35 raised for Cancer Research UK

Thu, 05/05/2016 - 12:27pm

Our monthly 'dress down' day raised funds on their behalf.

On the first Monday of each month IS staff can come to the Chapel in their casual clothes in return for a donation of £2 to the charity being supported. Staff can nominate any good cause they feel deserves a bit of extra help. This month we decided to support Cancer Research UK. 

 

£31 raised for National Literacy Trust

Wed, 13/04/2016 - 7:51am

Our monthly 'dress down' day raised funds on their behalf.

On the first Monday of each month IS staff can come to the Chapel in their casual clothes in return for a donation of £2 to the charity being supported. Staff can nominate any good cause they feel deserves a bit of extra help. This month we decided to support the National Literacy Trust, who do such great work, especially with young children. 

 

New eTrainer courses launched

Wed, 13/04/2016 - 7:56am

Fantastic new short courses on a range of topics. Click 'News in full' for more..

Heritage and Heritage Cirqa users can go now to the brand-new etrainer page at https://cirqasupport.com/training/etrainer to see what is on offer. Choose from four levels of training: Really new, Getting Started, Lifeline Training and Beyond the Basics.

 

Open Days 2016

Wed, 03/02/2016 - 9:53am

We will be opening our doors on 19th May and 13th Oct this year! Further details can be found on our Open Days page.

 

£30 raised for GOSH

Wed, 03/02/2016 - 9:56am

Our monthly 'dress down' day raised funds on their behalf.

On the first Monday of each month IS staff can come to the Chapel in their casual clothes in return for a donation of £2 to the charity being supported. Staff can nominate any good cause they feel deserves a bit of extra help. This month Great Ormond Street Hospital was nominated by Paul Gellatly, our Support Manager:

“Whilst the British Heart Foundation is a charity close to my … heart, when my brother was a baby he was diagnosed with a hole in his. My family, who were only barely in their twenties, having relocated from Scotland only months before, lived in Ashford Kent at the time when he became quite ill. They had no family support as they were 600 miles away and had no real friends to lean on during this traumatic time. The parent care provided by Great Ormond Street Hospital was incredibly important. Ordinarily leaving your child in the hands of doctors and nurses miles away from home, they were able to provide accommodation on site so that my mum or dad could be there for him during his lengthy stay in hospital. This charity is currently looking to build new accommodation , amongst other projects and is something , unless you have the misfortune of needing, you would never truly appreciate the comfort this can give you and your family.”

 

Flagship Programme passes halfway mark

Wed, 03/02/2016 - 10:01am

February 2016 sees the launch of Challenge 6. Have you joined in yet? Find out more

The Flagship Programme is a series of 10 challenges which, when completed by staff at a library using Heritage Cirqa, earns the library 'Flagship Site' status and 10% off etraining for life for the participants. The programme has been designed to help staff get the very best out of Heritage and Heritage Cirqa for their library. Find out more on our Flagship Programme page.

 

 
 

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