Project Development Officer. Full time (35 hours pw). Based at Bronllys Hospital, Bronllys Powys Salary: £3083.33 per month, £37,000 per annum. Appointment initially for a fixed term of 12 months with annual review (Post funded for 3 years) An excellent opportunity... have you managed and delive
Calling all budding actors,directors, camera people, script writers, sound technicians and anyone wh...10 October 2017
A wonderful opportunity to learn new skills and have your voice heard.
The Mental Health Foundation are excited to announce that in October 2018 they're running a ten day trek on the Great Wall of China, exclusive to supporters of the Foundation. Now, you can trek through the breath-taking Chinese landscape, along the historic Great W
An update on Community Transport provision in Powys and possible changes which may take place.
Former chairperson Tim Halford has donated his 70th birthday funds to the Newtown mental health charity.
Find out what we got up to in the PAVO mental health team during two important awareness-raising weeks.
Newtown-based Citizens Advice Powys has been awarded £25,000 to develop a project that will help support people with mental health problems in the town and wider communities. The Martin Lewis Fund has awarded the money as part of £1m donated to the Citizens Advice Bureau charity nationally. It wil
Could you offer some time and enthusiasm to support this mental health charity in North Powys?
The mental health charity Mid Powys Mind works with Powys GPs to provide innovative new service.
Background - For the last three years PAVO has been providing an independent Third Sector Broker service in Powys operating out of ‘Powys People Direct’ (Powys County Council’s single point of access contact service for individuals needing support from social services). The Third Sector Bro
Call for applications from mental health service users and carers:Involvement in a Lived Experience Working Group f… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
The Welsh Government is aware that Brexit is causing some anxiety amongst many migrant communities in Wales. Officials from the Equality Team are drawing up as comprehensive a list as possible of migrant support groups / associations / clubs, so they can better reassure residents about their status,