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August 12th, 2015

Work continues on Adactus500′s scrutiny of staff retention. Following on from the Scrutiny Panel’s scoping meeting, our Internal Affairs team has been busy gathering evidence to present to the Scrutiny Panel at their next meeting in August. Their report is now available to view: Click here to view the Scrutiny Panel on staff retention – Interim Report using an e-reader or download the pdf by clicking here. Scroll down to view the results of an Adactus500 survey on staff retention commissioned by the Scrutiny …

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August 6th, 2015

United Utilities are advising that as a precaution people in Blackpool, Chorley, Fylde, Preston, South Ribble and Wyre should boil their drinking water. Customers in these areas (click to open map) should boil their water for all drinking, food preparation and brushing teeth as a precaution until further notice. People can continue to use tap water without boiling for general domestic purposes such as bathing, flushing toilets or washing clothes. Routine tests at Franklaw water treatment works in Preston detected traces of cryptosporidium and although …

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July 30th, 2015

The Neston Cyber Centre has been providing free IT training and support for the past ten years! Devised to help people who have never used a computer before, each two and half hour session is supported by two volunteer buddies – Cyberbuddies, who can help people with a range of activities and tasks. In addition to helping first time users complete basic tasks such as using a mouse correctly, or saving documents, Cyberbuddies can also assist with more complex exercises such as completing …

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July 30th, 2015

Roll up roll up roll up, to the greatest show in Gorton! At Debdale Park, from 12:00pm until 4:30pm on Sunday 6th September 2015. Come and celebrate all the good things about Gorton including the fabulous people that make up the community! At the great Gorton Carnival you can: experience live performances, see dance troupes enjoy a fun fair, watch a dog show, participate in multi-sports, hear a jazz band, see fire engines, enter a bowls competition, play giant games, browse market stalls, witness …

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July 30th, 2015

The Adactus Housing Association has helped Moss Side Community Allotment (MSCA) secure £6,000 of food poverty funding. The funding, provided by Manchester City Council, is to be spent over two years and will tackle food poverty in Moss Side and the surrounding areas. This grant will enable this very successful allotment group to extend their training and support opportunities and create a localised and sustainable approach to eradicating food poverty. The allotment group already provide a range of activities and …

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