Wednesday, 16 December 2015

General Healthcare

Minor Injuries Unit
East Riding Community Hospital
Swinemoor Lane
Beverley
HU17 0FA
Tel: 01482 886600

Alfred Bean Hospital
Bridlington Road
Driffield
YO25 5JR 
Tel. 01377 208733

Hornsea Cottage Hospital
Eastgate
Tel. 01964 533146

 Withernsea Community Hospital
Queen Street
Tel. 01964 614666

Accident and Emergency Unit
Hull Royal Infirmary,  Anlaby Road, Hull Tel: 01482 328541
 A 24hr NHS advice line is available by dialling                                                                        (Available for NHS/out of hours & Dental emergency service) contact 111


                                                                                                       

Friday, 11 December 2015

Keeping families safe on social media














It's always a good idea to keep yourself safe on social 
media so here's some good help and advice to make
sure your privacy settings are set correctly.

Perhaps a quick safety check idea for all the family,

after dinner.
You can never be too careful:
Social networking sites are great for keeping in touch

with family and friends, and letting the world know 
what you’re up to. The  ‘Online engagement guidelines
make it clear that we encourage the safe and responsible
use of social networking sites.

This page contains guidance on how to stay safe and to

think about what you post online. Remember, that there 
may be those who use such sites for unsavoury reasons.

Thursday, 10 December 2015

150 Regt RLC Band

Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Hull Armed Forces Money Advice Project


Challenge Forces Advice to Save You Money on Military Insurances

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For further information about Forces Advice visit: 
www.forcesadvice.com

Please note:
Forces Advice are members of SIIAP. 
SIIAP members provide specialist insurance and

 financial advice to members of HM Forces
By purchasing an insurance or financial product 

from a SIIAP member, customers have the peace 
of mind that they are dealing with a competent
 organisation who has made all the necessary 
arrangements to look after their interests - 
whether they are based in the UK or anywhere
else in the world.                                                                  
For further information about SIIAP and details 

of there other members visit:
        http://siiap.org/

Service Leavers - Guide On Transition To Civilian Life


CTP Future Horizons offers invaluable support to Early Service Leavers across all services. Whatever your reasons for leaving, we’re here to help you into civilian life.

Combat Stress:Support for the Military Community


There is often a large delay between Veterans leaving the military and seeking our help. In 1994 the average delay seeking help for Service-related mental health conditions was 24 years. By 2014 this had reduced to 12 years.

Through our work, and that of the military chain of command and other mental health charities, we are breaking down the stigma around mental illness, leading to more Veterans feeling able to come forward. 

For 96 years we have been here for the military community and we will be for decades to come. If you or a member of your family served in the UK Armed Forces and need to talk about mental health, please call our 24-hour Helpline on 0800 138 1619.

Employment Opportunities for Service Spouses

As part of the New Employment Model (NEM) the MOD has teamed 

up with a number of separate organisations to address barriers to 
employment for spouses of those serving in the Armed Forces.

The Partner Employment Programme (PEP) provides a range of

 opportunities to spouses and civil partners including job 
readiness and self-employment support, career consultation 
and training grants. PEP comprises three elements: the 
Spouse Employment Support (SES) trial, Royal British 
Legion Industries (RBLI) LifeWorks Families and the 
Business Start-Up Programme.

The SES trial is being held between October 2015 and 

October 2017. It aims to provide tailored employment 
and employability support. Trials are being run in
 Cyprus and across selected UK locations and the trial 
is open to eligible spouses of Regular service personnel
 and FTRS Full Commitment, but places are limited. 
JSP 534, Section 10 specifies the policy guidance for 
the SES trial including details on eligibility, support 
provided, funding, taxation, governance and 
administration and an extract of the policy is 
available at this link.

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