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New dementia group at Trent Bridge

Social interaction and activity for those living with Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia and their carers at Trent Bridge.

Hosted at one of the world’s most inspiring sporting venues, our free monthly sessions offer stimulating activities for those living with Alzheimer’s Disease or dementia and their loved ones.

  • A safe and secure environment
  • A picturesque backdrop
  • Volunteers are Dementia Friends Aware
  • A chance to reminisce and get active
  • Professional support and advice from Age UK and the Alzheimer’s Society
  • Free car parking in close proximity to the venue

For further details please contact Mandy Wright on 0115 982 3000 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rushcliffe CVS needs Trustees

Rushcliffe Community & Voluntary Service (RCVS) is looking for enthusiastic volunteers with an interest in the community to serve on its Board of Trustees. The trustee role is interesting, demanding and valuable with members helping to develop the organisation, its services and ensuring its continuity.

RCVS already has a strong trustee group who carry out effective governance. However, there are some areas where more expertise is required, for example, in marketing and communications, HR, business planning and commissioning services.  Trustees can come from any sector or background, for example business, voluntary, education or public sectors.

Anyone interested should contact Carolyn Perry, Chief Executive on 0115 969 9060 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rushcliffe CVS will keep running Whatton Prison Visitor Centre

We’ve been given the go-ahead to keep running the Visitor Centre at HMP Whatton. The contract is for 3 years and has been made with a national charity called PACT (Prison Advice and Care Trust).

Read more: Rushcliffe CVS will keep running Whatton Prison Visitor Centre