We are consulting on the future of the Newcastle Fund. Click on 'show more' to find out about this and get involved.
In September 2016, the Council launched a Call for Evidence - Shaping the future of the Newcastle Fund - to gather views and ideas on how the Newcastle Fund should look in the future, and to inform a proposal on the future of the Fund for further consultation. You can read the initial Call for Evidence paper here, and you can read an overview of feedback received following the Call for Evidence here: Feedback received following the Call for Evidence here.
We have now produced a proposal based on the feedback received, and we would like to seek your comments on this. Newcastle Fund consultation proposal
You can share your views on our proposal by: emailing your responses to firstname.lastname@example.org comment on our Let's Talk Topic Wall or write to us using the following postal address: Commissioner for Inclusion, Room 115, Newcastle Civic Centre, Barras Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 8QH.
The closing date for feedback is 12noon on Thursday 6 April 2017.
We want to hear your views on our proposals on the future of Newcastle's Parks and Allotments. Click on 'show more' to find out about this and get involved.
We want to know what you think about our proposals for how parks and allotments are run in Newcastle in future. This video tells you more:
You can read the full proposal here: The Future of Newcastle's Parks and Allotments 2017 (and list of allotments). You can also view a map of the parks here.
Please take a few minutes to complete this short online survey and give us your views. At the end of the survey you can register to be kept informed about the workshops we will be running on the future of parks and allotments, and the Twitter discussions we will be having in March. You can also find about the events here on our calendar.
Newcastle City Council are also working with Open Lab at Newcastle University to provide additional ways to get involved. Please visit the Let’s talk Parks Newcastle website: Let’s talk Parks Newcastle.
value all your comments and appreciate your time. The survey will close on 21 April 2017. If you have
further questions about this, or you need this information in another format, you
can email us at: email@example.com, or call: 0191 277 2072.
The Newcastle Safeguarding Adults Board (NSAB) consultation on the NSAB Strategic Annual Plan 2017-2018 - please give us your views. Click on 'show more' to find out about this and get involved.
This is a chance for you to have your say about keeping adults at risk of abuse safe in Newcastle. The NSAB are currently developing their Strategic Annual Plan for 2017-2018. Here's a bit more about it:
The plan sets out which areas of work are going to be a priority for the multi-agency partnership in the coming year. The board would like to hear your views on the sorts of things you think they should be concentrating on. Please complete our short online survey, or comment on the topic wall, to tell us what you think.
Your feedback is important to us and will shape the 2017-2018 plan, which we will share with you here and on the Newcastle City Council website: www.newcastle.gov.uk. If you have any questions, please contact James Steward at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here's a bit more about what safeguarding is:
Here are the evaluation surveys of the e-learning modules produced by the Active Inclusion Newcastle Unit.
They are only for people who have completed the online learning courses.
If you have any questions about this, please contact Active Inclusion Newcastle Unit email@example.com .