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A National Spotlight
Selected articles that may be of wider interest than the local region
Inappropriate behaviour, language or humour; bullying and harassment! We all know it’s wrong but what to do about it? Find out at our next discovery session in Cambridge on 28 June.
Rebecca Hodgkinson and Liam Oliver of Land Registry share their experience of volunteering in a local primary school.
By joining The Charity for Civil Servants’ Walking Challenge 2016 you can get your mind and body ready for summer, walk your way to a new, healthier you and raise money to support its work at the same time.
A Mela multi-cultural celebrations is taking place on Wednesday 18 May in Birmingham and everyone is invited.
The Walking Challenge is back! Whether you want to lift your mood, shape up for summer, get more fresh air or even compete against your colleagues, it’s all possible if you accept the Challenge from The Charity for Civil Servants to walk 10,000 steps a day for 50 days.
A team from the 2015 Academy has designed a resource pack to improve staff engagement.
To celebrate St Patrick's Day, we catch up with our colleague Graham Stanex with a special blog from Belfast.
To mark this week's celebrations for International Women's Day, Janice Lea shares her thoughts and experiences as a woman working in the world of Civil Service Local.
Diane Mountford, Tina Hodgson and Karen Jones from the Department of Work and Pensions recently volunteered in a local primary school. They would like to share their experience with you.
Take the Road Safety Challenge or talk about numbers - new opportunities to volunteer in local schools.
Terry Connelly share his thoughts about being a dragon at last year's East Midlands Academy.
Highways England take part in the West Midlands Secret Santa and Suited for Success projects.
With 2 Academies already completed in 2016 and another one just around the corner it has already been a busy and exciting spring for CS Local.
Devolution means the transfer of some previously centralised UK powers to the parliament and assemblies of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. This session, led by Cabinet Office, will help you to discover more about the devolved administrations and why this is relevant …
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Are you looking for ideas to use part of your 5 days learning and development per year and would like to take part in doing something worthwhile for young people? If your answer is yes, how about taking part in one …
Recently I was privileged to see a series of short presentations given by students from Northumberland Park School in Tottenham after they had taken part in the six-week Engaging our Schools programme. Anna Shotbolt, then on secondment with The Prince’s …
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