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MyNetwork for Women is an independent constituted group launched in July 2015. DCLC have been instrumental in supporting them to provide them with an infrastructure that enabled them to inaugurate. DCLC continues to provide the group with training support for
The Artists’ Unit is a new way of learning where training takes place to improve employability and provides opportunities in: Volunteering as member of the Artists Unit or to gain paid work with DCLC As Freelance Community Arts Worker As Outreach
The Walk ‘n’ Talk is a project that stemmed from a Community First project in the Balby area in Doncaster. Aims of the Walk ‘n’ Talk group are: To improve health and well being, by promoting walks as means of
The Aim is: To promote the improvement of social and health related services for the benefit of the Diverse Communities and individuals living within Doncaster and its district and their involvement in the planning and management of such services. Free
Doncaster Central Learning Centre (DCLC) is a social enterprise, centrally located in Doncaster, established in 2010 as a Community Interest Company (CIC). We were set up to promote community cohesion and integration through creating equal opportunities to learning, employment and enterprise creation. We are ran by volunteers, supporting our client group by providing support on issues such as unemployment, financial/debt issues, health and housing issues. Support can be provided through training courses, learning and educational activities. Funding for projects is mainly through grants and small contracts. Any surpluses generated from these activities are re-invested into DCLC to constantly improve our services and to provide more volunteering opportunities.Read more
Welcome to Doncaster First World War workshop – on Tuesday 9th May from11.30am at Quaker Meeting House DN1 3RHThe next Welcome to Doncaster – First World War Refugees in Doncaster workshop is on Tuesday 9th May from 11.30am – 3pm at the Quaker Meeting House – Oxford Place off St James Street Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN1 3RH
- Our First walk in 2017. Everyone Welcome!
- Next MyNetwork for Women meeting on Monday 13 March 2017 at DCLC from 10:00am to 12:00 noon. Contact Judy for more info. Mobile: 07881612098