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24 June 2016

The UK has voted to leave the European Union, with a vote of 51.9% to 48.1%.

24 June 2016

Read this week's edition of The Advocate and the keys things that are happening in the voluntary and community sector world, including the EU referendum results, a new report into crowdfunding and the future policy direction of the Big Lottery Fund.

23 June 2016

NCVS is recruiting for a Communications and Marketing Officer to drive our marketing strategy and deliver creative communications for and about the voluntary sector in Nottingham.

23 June 2016

Closing date: 9am, Wednesday 13 July 2016

23 June 2016

Nottingham CVS has opened up its 2016 State of the Sector survey, and staff and volunteers from across the sector are invited to complete it on behalf of their organisations.

23 June 2016

Age UK Nottingham and Nottinghamshire is celebrating the publication of a collection of stories written by its members at a book launch event this July.

23 June 2016

NGY My Place and the Nottinghamshire YMCA have organised a fun day for all the family with a range of activities.

23 June 2016

Closing date: Thursday 7 July

23 June 2016

Closing date: 9am on Friday 15 July

23 June 2016

BEGIN (Basic Education Guidance in Nottinghamshire) has released the most up to date details of informal language and conversation groups in Nottingham.

23 June 2016

Notts County FC Football in the Community (FITC) are to deliver a free, weekly football session to over-18 year old men who are seeking refuge in Nottingham.

23 June 2016

Notts County FC Football in the Community (FITC) is working collaboratively with Nottinghamshire Cricket Club’s Foundation (TBCT) and two local homeless charities to organise Nottingham’s first football ground “Sleepout” for CEOs and Senior Management working within local businesses.

23 June 2016

Self harm charity Harmless will be running their CPD certified introduction to self harm this July.

23 June 2016

The Prince's Trust has announced details of the latest series of 'Get Into...' courses that are running for 16-25 year olds.