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Happy New Year to all our friends out there in the Region. The festive period may be over but there's still one present left for you to unwrap.
There's a lot of good reading to be had in the latest edition of The Network, so make it your New Year's resolution to learn more about the Region and the people working in it.
Now that the dust has settled on Civil Service Live in Manchester, it’s a good to time to reflect on the event – and say a big thank you to all those volunteers who made it happen.
As part of our new project helping vulnerable citizens, we spent a day supporting volunteers in Blackpool to enable them to serve the local community better.
The Government Access Point project, which takes services to hospice patients and their families at a difficult time, is celebrating its second birthday. As a project manager, I can say that we’ve come a long way since an enthusiastic handful of volunteers from across the Civil Service first got together to discuss the idea. Starting with a blank sheet of paper, we have now developed a project that is leading the way in new ways of working and providing government services in different, innovative ways.
“Don’t even think about it – just do it!” A recorded address from John Manzoni, the Civil Service CEO, encouraged colleagues to get involved with Civil Service Local and help make a difference to citizens. Colleagues at a Continuous Improvement event in Manchester took him at his word, as I found out.
I had never heard of Civil Service Local until I was told about the Inspiring Young People project. Now, two years later, I have taken part in two projects and am a full-time member of the team. This is my Civil Service Local journey.
Twelve year 10 students from Maghull High School have just completed a 6 week Inspiring Young People project with the help of six volunteers from Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Sir Jeremy Heywood, Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service has written to launch the consultation on the Leadership Strategy. As part of that consultation Civil Service Local are hosting Discovery Sessions or focus groups across the country. The first …
Business in the Community Regional Education Manager for the North West, Clare Hutchinson is urgently looking for volunteers in the Burnley area to help continue their successful "Business Mentoring Scheme" with Sir John Thursby Community College. Clare told us: Year …