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3 months ago
4 months ago
RIP Captain Sir Tom Moore.
Sad news on the passing of a true national hero who inspired a nation during its dark hours.
Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this time 💔 ... See MoreSee Less
5 months ago
Thinking of starting your own business? here’s a helping hand and it’s free
www.facebook.com/1217889817/posts/10219825588449643/Have you already started working on your business idea? Or are you just beginning to consider self-employment? Come along to X-Forces free Enterprise business workshop and meet like-minded people on the 19th January 2021.
This free workshop for veterans, families, reservists and cadets covers:
1. The pros and cons of self-employment
2. Understanding what starting a business means for you, your family and your finances
3. Attributes of a successful entrepreneur
4. Discover what support is available, and how to access it
5. Peer-to-peer support & networking opportunities
You will learn to understand how to progress from having a business idea to starting a business and how X-Forces Enterprise can support you through this journey.
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/self-employment-discovery-virtual-workshop-tickets-130584458631 ... See MoreSee Less
6 months ago
Looking for work ?
A vacancy has arisen for for a part-time Defence Gardens Scheme Regional Coordinator within the Veterans' Support Office NI (3 days a week, 30 weeks per year term-time.
The successful candidate will oversee the delivery of the DGS interventions at 3 gardens but importantly be instrumental in identifying and establishing 3 Spoke gardens to each of the established Hubs ( that is a total of 9 new sites).
For a full job description and application form visit www.reservesandcadetsni.org.uk/vacancies/ #veteransni
Interested Candidates are asked to return the application form along with a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1700hrs on Friday 22nd January 2021. ... See MoreSee Less
This sculpture has appeared overnight in Bristol to mark World Suicide Prevention Day. It features a teddy bear comforting someone.The artwork is located overlooking Jacob’s Wells Road, close to the bridge connecting Upper Berkeley Close to West End car park. It serves as a stark reminder of the pain many people are going through and that help is always at hand.
IF YOU ARE FEELING LOW OR DEPRESSED, TALK TO SOMEONE GENUINE HELP IS AVAILABLE- PLEASE DON’T SUFFER IN SCIENCE ... See MoreSee Less