Seven Tameside College students have had the opportunity to complete an internship with Tameside Hospital. The opportunity was created through the Supported Internship Scheme which was developed by the government to assist young people, aged between 16 and 24 with learning difficulties or disabilities find work placements.
The students had the opportunity to experience different areas of the hospital including: patholog... [continue reading ...]
Are you up for the #PaintedPink challenge? Last year #PaintedPink raised £4,554.21. This year we’re aiming for #PaintedPink16 to raise £10,000. We’re setting the challenge of getting 100 businesses, schools and community groups to each raise £100!
Friday 12th and Saturday 13th February is Tameside 4 Good’s annual #PaintedPink campaign. We ask schools, community groups and businesses to make a pink sp... [continue reading ...]
Steven Pleasant, Chief Executive of Tameside Council has been awarded an MBE in the Queen's 2016 New Year Honours list. Steven received the award for his outstanding work and dedication to supporting asylum seekers which he leads on behalf of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and Chairs the North West Partnership.
Steven Pleasant, Chief Executive of Tameside Council said, ' I am honoured to receive this award on... [continue reading ...]
Greater Manchester Centre for Voluntary Organisation (GMCVO) is looking for organisations to deliver the Greater Manchester Talent Match programme is Tameside.
What is Talent Match?
The programme helps young people aged 18-24 years, who have not been in education, employment or training for at least 12 months. Work coaches realised through feedback that some individuals need a highly personalised, holistic approach wh... [continue reading ...]
The Karen Andrew Partnership is based in Tameside, and works across the whole of Greater Manchester and the UK. We are an independent company providing Corporate Wellness & Personal Development support to businesses from all sectors, and provide a cutting edge Wellness Solution for companies of all sizes.
We are delighted to be launching an online occupational health tool, which is competitively priced and allows co... [continue reading ...]
English Fine Cottons is investing £5.8 million to restart production at Tower Mill, Dukinfield, after a gap of 60 years.
(Tower Mill, Dukinfield pictured above)
The company has secured £3 million for the project – a £2 million loan from the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and a £1 million grant from the Government’s Textiles Growth Programme (TGP) – in addition to £2.8 million of its own money.
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Tameside Council hosts delegation visit from the Fujian Provincial Government of China
Today Tameside Council’s Employment and Skills hosted a delegation visit from the Fujian Provincial Government of China at Dukinfield Town Hall. The delegation is visiting the UK to find out more about our employment and skills policies, programmes, initiatives and training schemes. The delegation heard about the Working Well Progr... [continue reading ...]
Today is Giving Tuesday and Tameside 4 Good are appealing for your support. Giving Tuesday is a globally recognized campaign aiming to encourage people, charities, and businesses to donate time, money, or their voice to help a good cause.
What they ask is simple, take an “Elfie”, a picture of you dressed as an elf, then tweet it to @tameside4good with #elfie #GivingTuesday and donate £2 to the charity by texting Ta... [continue reading ...]