Welcome to the 7th edition of Fortnightly News, the E-newsletter which promotes, services, programmes and events to improve the outcomes for Children and Young People in your Locality. We have another packed edition of events and programmes for you to share.
Parenting NI are holding 2 hour FREE parenting workshops on Children’s Emotional Health (5-10 years and 10-15 years) on Wednesday 5th February 2020 in the Jethro Centre, Lurgan. This workshop encourages parents of children to recognise the importance of their children’s mental health, exploring how parents can provide opportunities for children’s emotional development. Call 0808 8010 722 for free to book your place.
The Pathway Fund 2020/2021 is now open for applications.
For further information, please visit our website www.early-years.org/pathway-fund. Alternatively, call The Pathway Fund office on (028) 9066 2825 (option 2) or email email@example.com
**Content relates to the Pathway Fund arrangements for 2020/21. Arrangements beyond 2020/21 will be determined at a later date**
The Pathway Fund in 2020/21 is subject to the availability of Department of Education (DE) funding.
Welcome to the opening 2020 edition of our Information Bulletin, FYI (For Your Information) – The first of the year and the decade! We trust that everyone is feeling refreshed after the Christmas break and we’d like to take this opportunity to wish you all a Happy New Year.
Newry, Mourne & Down PCSP (Policing & Community Safety Partnership) continue to work closely with the Road Safe NI NMD Committee who have now set up a Support Group for families / individuals affected by road traffic collisions in the local area. The local community continue to experience a high level of fatalities / serious injuries on the roads and the aim of the Support Group is to provide practical and emotional support for anyone affected by road traffic collisions across the District.
The first meeting of the Support Group will take place in the Canal Court Hotel, Newry on Thursday 16 January from 7-9pm – the Support Group will then meet on the third Thursday of every month in Canal Court at that time.