Does anyone remember this theme music! Well here’s our Newsround for the week!
We’ve got some offers on through our cafe food delivery service this February, all about sharing the love! In February, if you order from us, send us a picture of your delivery! Upload it with some feedback on our Facebook page (or send directly to us) and your next delivery will include a heart-shaped cookie! (1 entry per household)
Box of Love
Send us your stories of how you met and your journey to where you are today? Send them to us via email/inbox and we will decide the winner on the 11th February at 11am. The winner will get a delivery of a 3-course meal to their door on the 12th for them to just heat up and serve Valentine’s evening?
It’s been a very colourful (and edible) start to Februaryat our college!
We are now registered with Totum so our students can apply for the card. Lots of discounts for our students and their families when students are with them. www.totum.com
WIN A £10 GIFT CARD! EARLY SPRING PHOTO COMPETITION
Take a photo of one of the earliest spring flowers – such as a snowdrop, crocus or daffodil and send to email@example.com
Competition open to any young person who is normally part of one of our youth clubs. Include the name of the young person and club.
Closing date Sunday, February 14th Win a £10 Game, New Look, Argos or The Entertainer gift card – you win, you choose!
Strengthening Minds, have their Community Hub Banks opening next week! Last week across their four communities they supported over 60 families with a box full to the brim of both fresh and long-life goods. Do get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more
#LookCloser awareness week begins on Monday 8th February 2021. On behalf of the Children’s Society, the VRU are pleased to share the latest version of the #LookCloser digital pack with their commissioned services.
LookCloser is a partnership campaign with the National County Lines Co-ordination Centre and the British Transport Police, aiming to raise awareness of child exploitation and abuse, with a particular focus on public spaces. The campaign also seeks to highlight that child exploitation can happen anywhere, and any young person can be a victim.
Despite the government lockdown and social distancing measures being in place, young people are still being groomed, exploited, and abused. The Children’s Society are encouraging everyone to consider focusing on the public spaces which are still open and where exploitation may be most visible to the public. This could include parks, supermarkets, transport, banks, and online environments like gaming and social media platforms.