23 September: Weekly Bulletin for the Voluntary and Community Sector in Milton Keynes

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23 September 2019

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Autumn networking event: Living well in communities

Date: Tuesday 8th October 2019
Time: 2:00 – 3:00pm. Optional Walk to Conniburrow commencing at 3:00pm
Venue: The Meeting Place (next to The Point in CMK)

REGISTER HERE

Join us to explore ‘Living Well in Communities’ in the new urban dwellings of Milton Keynes and come together with colleagues and friends from the voluntary and community sector to explore the hidden gems within these communities.

There will be a walk (optional) into Conniburrow to view the hidden gems of this estate and to explore the community engagement activities taking place there, with guidance from our colleagues working with Big Local Conniburrow.

Let’s Talk Good Finance MK

Thursday 17th October, 1.30 – 4.30pm.
This session is designed for charities, social enterprises, community businesses and local groups in Milton Keynes interested in social investment. To find out more about social investment and to book your free place, REGISTER HERE.

Sign up to our Cyber Protect workshops

The workshops will be held on the following dates and times:
Workshop 1: Tuesday 8th October
11am – 1pm.
Workshop 2: Thursday 24th October 11am – 1pm
Venue: Grant Thornton, 199 Avebury Blvd, MK9 1AU. REGISTER HERE

Meet Peta : drop-in with the representative of MK Health & Wellbeing board

Drop in on 25 September, 13:00-15:00, Acorn House Foyer to meet Peta Wilkinson from the MK Health and Wellbeing Board.

For more information about what the Health and Wellbeing Board is and what they do, click this link.

Age UK Milton Keynes AGM

Thu, September 26, 2019, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM. REGISTER HERE
Guest speaker is Michael Bracey, Chief Executive Milton Keynes Council, who will be speaking about the changing role and relationship between the council and the voluntary sector.

Proposed changes to sexual harassment law

The government has opened a consultation on sexual harassment in the workplace and the legal protections available under the Equalities Act 2010. NCVO has published some useful information for charities which explains what the consultation is about and how the proposed changes to sexual harassment law may affect how you safeguard not just staff, but also volunteers. You can read NCVOs guidance here and you can take part in the consultation here

Independent Examination update for Trustees – TCC

The Charity Commission has updated its guidance for trustees on what they need to know about independent examination. This guidance gives trustees the information they need to:

  • check whether their charity can have its accounts independently examined instead of audited
  • appoint a suitable person to carry out the independent examination, and
  • prepare for the independent examination.
    Find out more
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Milton Keynes Council Open Consultations

See all MK Council consultations

Other useful links:

Milton Keynes Housing Strategy Consultation

Architect, Building, Joy, Planning

The Housing Strategy provides a clear vision of how the Council and its stakeholders can achieve our shared aspiration in providing housing that meets the needs and requirements of Milton Keynes. Find out more and have your say here.

EEH Transport Strategy Meeting

England’s Economic Heartland (EEH) officers are holding a local engagement event where you can hear about the strategy and their work.   The event will take place on 25 September 2019 from 6:30-8pm, in the Council Chamber, Civic Offices, Milton Keynes. Please email Transport.Policy@milton-keynes.gov.uk

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British sign language (BSL) taster Session (5th October) and BSL Course (9th October)

Find out more:
Email us: info@access-ambassadors.co.uk for information or go onto our website: https://www.access-ambassadors.co.uk/bsltraining

Bletchley Speakers Club – Local Speakers Club offers free public speaking course

Have you noticed how much time people spend looking at their phones? Is the art of verbal communication dead? Bletchley Speakers Club invites you to get out from behind your screen, and talk.

The club is offering a free 5 week course in public speaking starting Tuesday October 1st
7.30 – 9.30 pm at Rectory Cottages.

What’s been happening in Conniburrow? A BLC Update.

Big Local Conniburrow has had an exciting few weeks, because as well as having new member of personnel join the team, there was a bunch of events such as the Fun Day, Treasure Hunt and the Cheese and Biscuit
Quiz. These events were overall positive and promoted the BLC to new families and groups. Read the blog here

The rule that gave people with learning disabilities a voice

Essex County Council’s 100 Day Challenge explored the best ways to support people with learning disabilities and autism. During their challenge, a new way of working emerged that remains in place today to ensure everyone’s ideas are heard.  Read more

Bicycle Training Sessions

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MKC’s Transport team deliver bicycle training sessions across MK – providing people with the skills to increase their confidence and safety. The training sessions are suitable for all abilities and can be completed individually, in groups or as a family. Click here to book the right course for you.  Email cycling@milton-keynes.gov.uk.

Crowdfunding for the Children & Young People of Milton Keynes

Arther Ellie Mental Health Support are raising £1,000,000 to provide the children and young people who are unable to access help across Milton Keynes with 1:1 therapeutic support. Find out more

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Volunteering opportunity of the week: Quality Christmas Gift Wrapping in December 2019

It’s too early for Christmas, surely? Not for Nkiru Arts – they are thinking ahead and already looking to recruit volunteers for Christmas! Nkiru Arts are currently recruiting unpaid volunteers for December up to Christmas Eve to be trained for quality Christmas Gift Wrapping to work a few occasional 3 / 4 hour shifts on the Charity Gift Wrapping Stall in INTU as part of the Christ The Cornerstone Christmas Appeal Christmas Gift Wrapping Stall. Find out more

Volunteering drop in

Community Action: MK also hold a Volunteer drop in service every Tuesday afternoon from 1pm -3pm at Acorn House, 351 Midsummer Blvd, CMK, MK9 3HP. Pop in to speak to our friendly volunteering advisors and find out about the many local volunteering opportunities you could get involved with.

Part time Information Advice and Guidance Adviser

Works for Us

Come and join our team at Works for Us!
We are looking for an outstanding individual to provide one-to-one advice sessions to our clients to support them in obtaining employment, education, training or volunteering. This position requires excellent communication skills and experience of working with people from a variety of social, ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Find out more

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Small Charities Challenge Fund

Maximum Value: £ 50,000
Deadline: 28th November 2019

The Small Charities Challenge Fund (SCCF) is a funding opportunity for small UK-registered charities and not-for-profit organisations. SCCF project grants of up to £50,000 are available for projects of up to two years. Grants are available for UK-registered organisations working towards addressing the Global Goals to improve the lives of the most vulnerable and marginalised. Find out more

Groundwork partners with Comic Relief to offer grants of up to £4,000 for grassroots organisations

Grant funding of up to £4,000 will be available for projects, including purchasing items, materials and equipment to benefit the local community, improvements to a community building, developing an outdoor space or running a community project or activity. Projects can also fund coordinators to manage volunteers, staff to lead activities or training sessions, workshops and community activities. Find out more

Cultural Impact Development Fund

A £3.7 million fund providing small-scale repayable finance to socially-driven arts and cultural organisations. Cultural Impact Development Fund will pioneer the use of financial incentives to drive the achievement of social impact targets in its investment portfolio, making it one of the few impact investment funds with a clear trade-off of financial return for the attainment of social outcomes. The Fund is supported by Access – The Foundation for Social Investment through the Growth Fund programme, with finance being provided by its partners The National Lottery Community Fund and Big Society Capital.

Velobants

Saturday 28 September

Velobants present CX in The City 2, Central Cyclo-Cross League Round 3 – next Saturday 28 September.
A special plea to all female riders – local cycling club Velobants are trying to attract 100 women riders to help break the British Cycling record and each rider gets a chance to win a Trek Crockett bike.Don’t forget to log your miles for Cycle September https://www.lovetoride.net/miltonkeynes !

The Festival of Creative Urban Living : 26 September – 13 October 2019

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You’ll find MK’s first ever free ‘A Festival of Creative Urban Living’ from 26 September – 13 October on Midsummer Boulevard in Central Milton Keynes.

Find out more

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Jobs in the Sector: Advice and Guidance advisor

Works for Us


Part-time
Information, Advice and Guidance Adviser

28 hours per week.

3 years fixed term contract

Salary: £23,000 pro rata (£18,400) plus additional sessional work

Come and join our team at Works for Us!

We are looking for an outstanding individual to provide one-to-one advice sessions to our clients to support them in obtaining employment, education, training or volunteering.

This position requires excellent communication skills and experience of working with people from a variety of social, ethnic and cultural backgrounds.

The ideal candidate will have a Level 4 NVQ in IAG or equivalent. Working towards relevant qualifications with experience will be considered.

We will consider a Job Share.

Further details and an application form are available on our website/Careers with us page here.

If you require any further information then please contact:

Tracy Whitmore or Marion Cole on: 01908 200186

Please return your application by email to: info@worksforus.org.uk or by post to:

Marion Cole, Works for Us, The Point, 602 Midsummer Boulevard, Central Milton Keynes, MK9 3NB

Closing date for completed applications is 4pm on Friday 4th October 2019

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What’s been happening in Conniburrow? A BLC Update.

Big Local Conniburrow has had an exciting few weeks and we wanted to share with you what’s been happening!

BLC Fun Day

The Fun Day was a big hit, with hundreds of residents turning up to the big party-like atmosphere in the Friendship Park. There were food stalls, face-painting stalls, soft-play for the children and even and inflatable helter skelter! And a big hat’s off to one of Conniburrow residents for ‘Braving the Shave’ to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Research, with BLC’s Chair of the Partnership, Robbie Macpherson, kindly offering to yield the razor for her!

All the stalls and the entire event was made up of volunteers giving up their weekend to bring the local community together to enjoy the end of summer and promote the hard work of the Big Local Conniburrow!

Treasure Hunt

The Treasure Hunt took place in Great Linford Wood with a picnic lunch afterwards, with a good turn-out on the day and plenty of treasure to hunt down! There was even a story read to the children and families afterwards by our new Trainee Mobiliser!

This event was hosted by Sid Burgess, a local resident who really enjoys spending time at BLC and his input and ideas had really help make the events as successful as they are. If you are interested in getting involved at Big Local Conniburrow, then please contact us on support@communityactionmk.org or call 01908 661623

What else is BLC up to?

The Involvement and Social Task group are always hosting events, such as the most recent Cheese and Biscuit Quiz, led again by Sid Burgess, keen to always find different ways to bring the community together in different ways!

BLC also host weekly groups and clubs for local residents from Conniburrow and the surrounding area to attend! There is a Youth Social every Tuesday afternoon (16yrs+) and a coffee morning for every age on Friday mornings. They facilitate Yoga sessions on a Tuesday morning and yes, the Crafty Cuppa is back! Complete with an option of Breakfast at the Children’s Centre in Conniburrow every Thursday morning.

Conniburrow is also home to a well-kept, creatively planted Community Orchard.

Friends of Community Orchard project is managed by volunteers in collaboration with Big Local Conniburrow. We are always looking for volunteers to help maintain and plant the orchard. The Friends of the Orchard meet every Wednesday at 3:30pm to 5pm for Creative Gardening and on the third saturday of each month. (Please note these times may have changed. Contact us for more details).

If you are interested in any of these groups or getting involved in BLC or volunteering at one of their events or in the orchard, then please contact us at support@communityactionmk.org or call 01908 661623

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Volunteering Opportunity: Volunteers required for Quality Christmas Gift Wrapping in December 2019

It’s too early for Christmas, surely? Not for Nkiru Arts – they are thinking ahead and already looking to recruit volunteers for Christmas!

Nkiru Arts are currently recruiting unpaid volunteers for December up to Christmas Eve to be trained for quality Christmas Gift Wrapping to work a few occasional 3 / 4 hour shifts on the Charity Gift Wrapping Stall in INTU as part of the Christ The Cornerstone Christmas Appeal Christmas Gift Wrapping Stall.

The hours spent wrapping would be credited to Nkiru Arts Inclusive Organisation (not for profit)

You would report to and be under the guidance and Insurance of of Nkiru Arts.

Who are Nkiru Arts?

 Nkiru –  Means ‘the best is yet to come’.

Nkiru Arts is an Inclusive arts for health organisation based in Milton Keynes. They are a  small ‘Not for profit’ organisation and run entirely by volunteers – everyone gives their time freely and no wages are paid.

Focusing on all aspects of ‘The Arts’, embracing all forms of ‘The Arts’ to compliment people’s lives keeping people fit, active and portray disabilities in a positive light.

Nkiru runs community African & Dhol Drumming Groups for fun and do public performances. Sessions are totally inclusive and encourage a mix of abled and disabled. Arts workshops and all textile workshops are totally inclusive too. They aim to include all, regardless of any disability.

Nkiru Arts’ activities also provide supportive opportunities, training and work experience for volunteers.

The ideal candidate must:

  • be over 18 years of age
  • have a good rapport with customers
  • be able to take and organise orders
  • be nimble fingered
  • enjoy wrapping gifts
  • be able to work sitting or standing for 3 / 4 hour shift
  • be able to cope in busy periods.

Sales experience in shop environment ideal, but not essential as full training given, working as a team member and able to follow instructions essential.

All training provided and must reach level required, must attend a 2 hour training session.

Choice of morning , afternoon, evening or weekend shift to suit.

Please contact Annie Beddoenkiruarts@btinternet.com

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Upcoming events for voluntary and community groups

Community Action: MK believes in supporting our groups and friends in the voluntary and community sector. Join us for these exciting upcoming events in Milton Keynes.

Meet the representative of MK Health & Wellbeing board, learn more about living well in communities, discover the hidden gems of Conniburrow, improve cyber security for your voluntary or community group and learn about social investment for your organisation.

Wednesday 25th September 2019, 1pm – 3pm
Acorn House foyer

Peta Wilkinson is one of the VCS representatives on the Health and Wellbeing board in Milton Keynes.

We are giving you a chance to express your views and to bring any health-related issues you have to her on the 25th September, 2019 1pm – 3pm at Acorn House.

Tuesday 8 October, 2pm -3pm
Optional walk to Conniburrow at 3 pm
The Meeting Place (next to The Point in CMK)

Community Action:MK are hosting our Autumn Networking in line with the Festival of Creative Urban Living, happening on Midsummer Boulevard.

Join us to explore ‘Living Well in Communities’ in the new urban dwellings of Milton Keynes and come together with colleagues and friends from the voluntary and community sector to explore the hidden gems within these communities.

There will be a walk (optional) into Conniburrow to view the hidden gems of this estate and to explore the community engagement activities taking place there, with guidance from our colleagues working with Big Local Conniburrow.

REGISTER HERE

Workshop 1: Tuesday 8th October: 11am – 1pm
Workshop 2: Thursday 24th October 11am – 1pm
Grant Thornton, 199 Avebury Blvd, Milton Keynes MK9 1AU

The Thames Valley Police Cyber Security Advisor will be providing two short Cyber Protect awareness sessions in October 2019 for Community Action: MK in order to empower their own local voluntary and community sector groups to speak with confidence within their immediate communities of the current cyber threats that the general public may experience.

They will cover such matters as how to notice the signs of a phishing email, or an email with a damaging attachment / link, the importance of secure passwords for sensitive accounts as well as how to maintain internet connected devices. In addition; how victims of a cyber or fraud crime, can report to Action Fraud and where people can go to get additional help and support.

REGISTER HERE

1:30pm – 4:40pm
Herons Lodge, Bradwell Rd, Great Holm, MK8 9AA

An afternoon event for charities, social enterprises, community businesses and local groups in Milton Keynes interested in social investment.

Social investment is the use of repayable finance to help an organisation achieve a social purpose. Charities and social enterprises can use repayable finance to help them increase their impact on society, for example, by growing their business, providing working capital for contract delivery, or buying assets.​​

It is often seen as a London-centric activity, which means it can be harder for social enterprises and outside of the capital to access social investors and gain a better understanding of the financial products available.

Visit www.goodfinance.org.uk if you would like to find out more.

REGISTER HERE

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16 September: Weekly Bulletin for the Voluntary and Community Sector in Milton Keynes

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16 September 2019

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SAVE THE DATE: Autumn networking event

Our Autumn Networking event has been confirmed for Tuesday 8th October 2019. It will be held at the Meeting Place as part of The Festival for Creative Urban Living .

Watch this space for more details! We look forward to seeing you there!

Let’s Talk Good Finance MK

This session is designed for charities, social enterprises, community businesses and local groups in Milton Keynes interested in social investment. Thursday 17th October, 1.30 – 4.30pm. To find out more about social investment and to book your free place, follow this link.

No-deal Brexit and the voluntary sector

While there is still little certainty around what kind of Brexit we will get and what Brexit will mean for the UK, planning for it is essential. It is vital that all organisations undertake contingency planning now to make sure they are resilient during times of uncertainty. Read more

Charities warned to prepare for no-deal Brexit following prorogation of Parliament

According to upcoming research from the Charity Finance Group, 75 per cent of charities have made no or little preparation for no-deal Brexit.
Read more

Shifting power, supporting communities and reshaping public services

Nesta are sharing stories from five local government innovators who are experimenting and developing more effective ways to shift power, solve problems, and reshape public services in the UK.
Read more

Sign up to our Cyber Protect workshops

The workshops will be held on the following dates and times:
Workshop 1: Tuesday 8th October
11am – 1pm.
Workshop 2: Thursday 24th October 11am – 1pm
Venue: Grant Thornton, 199 Avebury Blvd, Milton Keynes MK9 1AU. REGISTER HERE

Meet Peta : drop-in with the representative of MK Health & Wellbeing board

Drop in on 25 September, 13:00-15:00, Acorn House Foyer.

For more information about what the Health and Wellbeing Board is and what they do, click this link.

Age UK Milton Keynes AGM

Thu, September 26, 2019, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM. Register here
Guest speaker is Michael Bracey, Chief Executive Milton Keynes Council, who will be speaking about the changing role and relationship between the council and the voluntary sector.

Fundraising and Bid Writing Opportunities for MAKE Members

Writing, Write, Person, Paperwork, Paper, Notebook

Between autumn 2019 and summer 2020 MAKE offers two CPD fundraising and bid writing opportunities to its members, as a result of a successful funding bid to Artswork. Please email elizabeth@aha-mk.org for more information.

Community Grants information event

Do you run a project that supports local people to get on in life? Join the upcoming ‘Community Grants information event’ on Thursday 19 September in Milton Keynes for more information. Find out more

Charity Finance Group (CFG) Awards

Have you and your team made an outstanding contribution to your charity? If so, the Charity Finance Group (CFG) want to hear about it and recognise it with its new awards! The CFG Awards consist of three categories: Inspirational trustee, Innovation in Finance team & Embracing digital in financial reporting. Find out more

Emmaus Professional Open Day – 7th October

Emmaus Village Carlton is a homelessness charity providing more than just a bed for the night to people who have experienced homelessness and social exclusion. For a short tour talk about Emmaus, a tour of the site, and an opportunity for shopping and free refreshments at the Bistro, book here.

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Milton Keynes Council Open Consultations

See all MK Council consultations

Other useful links:

Milton Keynes Housing Strategy Consultation

Architect, Building, Joy, Planning

The Housing Strategy provides a clear vision of how the Council and its stakeholders can achieve our shared aspiration in providing housing that meets the needs and requirements of Milton Keynes. Find out more and have your say here.

MK Carbon and Energy survey 2019

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Complete the MK Carbon and Energy Survey here

EEH Transport Strategy Meeting

England’s Economic Heartland (EEH) officers are holding a local engagement event where you can hear about the strategy and their work.   The event will take place on 25 September 2019 from 6:30-8pm, in the Council Chamber, Civic Offices, Milton Keynes. Please email Transport.Policy@milton-keynes.gov.uk

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Netherfield Update

There’s been a lot happening in Milton Keynes this summer, but we at Community Action: MK have been working with the local residents on Netherfield Local Conversation, to engage and entice the local community to get involved with what’s happening in Netherfield. Find out more

Mental Health Awareness Session – Netherfield

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Mental Health Awareness session took place on Monday 9th September with Christa Drennan from The University of Lancashire for people who live and work in Netherfield.  This was an informative event which was a good starting point to think more about mental health.

What Matters? Community Survey

In this survey, the Institute for Community Studies is looking to hear what matters most in your community and the questions you have about the issues that affect it. Please take the survey here.

CMK Litter picking

North Row:
On Saturday 21st September Central Milton Keynes Town Council is holding another litter pick between the North 9th and 10th Street flats . The event will take place between 10am – 12 noon and we invite residents to come along and get involved. We will meet next to Centrecom, North Row.

Aspects Sound and Vision: A project for young people aged 16 – 25 on the Autism Spectrum

Working in a small group you will devise a project to create podcasts in a professional radio studio, learn interview skills, how to run a radio show and create blogs. 1st Course: Starting 9th October for 6 weeks. 2nd Course: Starting 20th November to 18th December. For more information or to book contact: Sue Quinn 07739985546 or admin@aspects.org.uk

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Volunteering opportunity of the week: Puppy Socialiser

The £50 Challenge

Medical Detection Dogs are looking for caring family homes in Milton Keynes and surrounding areas to look after and socialise puppies and young adult dogs up to 18 months old.

Find out more

Volunteer Recruitment Day – National Museum of Computing, Bletchley

The National Museum of Computing

Sunday 21st September 2019. The National Museum of Computing seeks volunteers to assist in roles including front of house, room stewarding, tour guiding, back of house technical and administration, people looking to support STEM activities and helping in the small shop and front desk. Find out more

Homeless Shelter Support Worker

The Bus Shelter are seeking an additional team member to assist our Shelter Manager in supporting our guests and also ensuring the site remains a pleasant environment both physically and in atmosphere. Find out more

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Winifred Tumim Fund 2019

National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) has launched the Winifred Tumim Memorial Fund 2019, awarding a grant of £1,000 for work which supports innovation in good charity governance . Find out more

Magic Little Grants 2019

Magic Little Grants 2019 from Localgiving is now open for £500 grants to charities and community groups that encourage people to be physically active. Find out more

Heritage Open Days

13th – 22nd September. This year Heritage Open Days will run over 10 consecutive days. All events will be free for the public to attend. The theme will be People Power, a celebration of the ways that people across time have taken action to change our world. Find out more

The Festival of Creative Urban Living : 26 September – 13 October 2019

You’ll find MK’s first ever free ‘A Festival of Creative Urban Living’ from 26 September – 13 October on Midsummer Boulevard in Central Milton Keynes.

Find out more

Community Fridge Tea Dance

Thursday 19th Sept 1230 – 3pm
The community fridge pop-up cafe team will be sharing an afternoon tea of sandwiches, cakes and homemade jam until 2pm accompanied by music from bygone decades and dancing until 3pm. No charge for food or entertainment. 

MK SNAP Quiz Night

Fri, 20 September 2019 19:00 – 22:00. Join us for a fun and competitive night at MK SNAP. £8.50 per person includes Hot dog and snacks for the table. Teams of 6. Find out more

MK LIT FEST 2019

18th – 22nd September. A fabulous festival of books, words, writers and ideas that celebrates everything literary, bookish or wordy. A programme of events and ticket information can be found here. Follow this link to find out more about MK Lit Fest.

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No-deal Brexit and the voluntary sector

Author: Ben Westerman

After a turbulent period for the UK parliament, there is still a great deal of uncertainty around Brexit and the manner of the UK’s departure from the European Union (EU). While there is still little certainty around what kind of Brexit we will get and what Brexit will mean for the UK, planning for it is essential. It is vital that all organisations undertake contingency planning now to make sure they are resilient during times of uncertainty.

Since Boris Johnson’s appointment as prime minister, the possibility of a ‘no-deal’ or ‘WTO’ Brexit has been reported as the ‘assumed’ government position, and many experts agree that it is now the ‘most likely’ outcome. In recent days, the government has launched a public information campaign entitled Get ready for Brexit. Parliament remains opposed to a no-deal Brexit and has passed legislation designed to prevent this scenario on 31 October. However, not only is there very little time left for MPs to block such an outcome completely, ​particularly while parliament remains prorogued, but it may not even be possible for them to rule it out conclusively.

For charities, this means that preparing for change is crucial. Putting in place plans that are sufficiently flexible for a number of scenarios needs to be at the top of any list of trustee priorities.

NCVO has been clear about the dangers a no-deal Brexit poses to charities and their work. It is therefore all the more important that we think now about what we can do to reduce the possible impact of these dangers. Charities should map out the areas where they may be exposed to change in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Following our factsheet of October 2018, this guide will set out the main implications of a no-deal Brexit for charities and consider areas where practical steps can be taken to reduce negative consequences.

Read more from NVCO’s guide

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