Brighter Living Partnership (BLP) – as part of the Living Well Sefton service – is looking a new Living Well Mentor to join the team based in Southport.
Sefton Council is delighted to celebrate the official launch of Sefton’s Year of Friendship 2019.
A recent launch event was held at Waterloo Community Centre highlighted the positive impact friendships have on peoples’ lives. Over recent years there has been an increase in loneliness within certain groups across Sefton, which has a detrimental impact on health and well-being.
A bid to improve working conditions for thousands of working people across the Liverpool City Region began today, as Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram launched a consultation on a Fair Employment Charter.
The survey focusses on what people would like to see in a Liverpool City Region Fair Employment Charter that would support employers in delivering improved working conditions as they grow and create jobs.
The Merseyside Offender Mentoring Project, managed by Sefton Council for Voluntary Service (CVS), provides mentoring and befriending support to offenders from HMP Liverpool, HMP Kirkham and HMP Risley before and after release, with the aim of helping them to resettle positively back into the community.
Each year Sefton CVS publishes an Annual Report detailing the activities and outcomes achieved by the organisation in working with local voluntary community and faith organisations, our partners and the wider community.