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Set a place at your table for IDAS this Christmas

IDAS, the largest specialist charity in Yorkshire supporting anyone experiencing or affected by domestic abuse or sexual violence, has launched ‘Set a place at the table for IDAS this Christmas’ to raise much-needed funds for

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Creative Consultations across the Selby District

I don’t know about you, but I get really frustrated with the public consultations that I see in my home city. It’s always educated, professional consultants and academics asking articulate city centre users about how

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City Centre office space available

Social Vision has a variety of offices available until December 2022, at our Rougier House base. The following spaces are available: Hot-desking (12 desks available): £100/month per desk – UNDER OFFER Private Office 1 (circa

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Providing a sanctuary for those fleeing terror

Imagine right now, today, you are told you have to leave York. No time to put your affairs in order. No time to say goodbye to loved ones. Terror is lurking on every corner. And

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Stay safe online

Victim Support North Yorkshire have recently launched a targeted cyber-crime prevention project in York called Stay Safe Online. The lockdowns over the last year have left everyone more reliant on online services, everything from shopping,

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From needing support to a role supporting others

Gavin began using the Activities service at York Mind at the beginning of lockdown to help his own mental health and to alleviate some of the isolation he was feeling. He had been dealing with

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Share your views on learning disability at an Open Mic session

York People First, the local self advocacy group run by people with learning disabilities for people with learning disabilities, is holding a Self Advocacy ‘Open Mic’ Meeting on Monday 12 July between11-1pm, at Folk Hall, New

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Fancy a new co-working spot in town?

We have been offered a temporary office space in the city centre, that would seat around 12 people on a co-working basis. Before we take it, we want to see if there’s a need for