Thursday, 20 October 2016

Poppy Pins 2016

Request yours through the HIVE

The Armed Forces Covenant - Employment & Pensions Support

The Sesh - 25 October

The Bowery Bash

Job Vacancy - Cedar Grange Care Home

Cedar Grange Care Home
Main Street 
Cherry Burton 
  Nr. Beverley HU17 7RF

 Job Vacancy 
   3 day Cook 24hs per week
 Care assistants required 
22hrs & 30hrs per week 
* Bank care assistants required 
C.V & Application to email: 
 or telephone: Manager 01964 551580

Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Current Vacancies at York Designer Outlet



York Festival of Remembrance - 6 November

NHS Online Therapy

SSAFA - Free Wills Month

This October, SSAFA is participating in Free Wills Month, to offer our supporters aged 55 and over the opportunity to have a simple Will written or updated free of charge. Alongside a roster of other well respected charities, we are providing this service to allow you to provide for family and friends and leave a gift to your chosen charities, without worrying about the cost of having a Will written or that your wishes will not be respected.
 You can arrange to meet with a participating solicitor and make the Will whenever you like, the only requirement is that you call to arrange it before 31st October 2016. It’s worth remembering that each solicitor has only a limited quota of free Wills they can write, and will work on a first come, first served basis, so reach out to them as soon as you can.
 Participating solicitors can be found in Birmingham, Bolton, Cornwall, Ipswich, Kingston-Upon-Hull, Lancaster, Milton Keyes, Shropshire, Stockport and Stoke-on-Trent, but you can also take advantage of the scheme if you live outside the area, just call 0345 686 4309, visit the Free Wills Month website or email , just remember to quote Free Wills Month when you book your appointment.

RSPCA Fireworks Advice

RSPCAFireworks frighten animals Fireworks are enjoyed year-round by people but can be a source of fear for many animals. It doesn’t have to be that way though, so don’t ignore the problem. Seek advice from your vet who will if necessary; be able to refer you to a professional clinical animal behaviourist. You can also follow our top tips to make firework celebrations less frightening for your pet.

Keeping cats and dogs secure • Make sure your dog or cat always has somewhere to hide if he or she wants to and has access to this place at all times. For example this could be under some furniture or in a cupboard. • During firework seasons, walk dogs during daylight hours and keep cats and dogs indoors when fireworks are likely to be set off. • At nightfall close windows and curtains and put on music to mask and muffle the sound of fireworks. • It's fine to comfort your pet if it helps them relax, or leave them alone unless you think they will harm themselves. • Never punish your pets when they're scared as this will only makes things worse in the long run. • Make sure your cat or dog is always kept in a safe and secure environment and can’t escape if there’s a sudden noise. Have your pet microchipped in case they do escape.