Reignite Your Worklife is an exciting event SevernNet Working’s Employment Support Workers (Jo and Lucy) are holding at the Lawrence Weston Youth Centre on Tuesday 1st November for residents in Lawrence Weston and the surrounding areas, who are looking for work and training opportunities. You are invited to come along and meet potential candidates between 13:00 and

Read more…

On 29th September SevernNet and the SevernNet Working partnership teamed up with Department of Works and Pensions and the Ways2Work network to run a Job Fair at Shirehampton Job Centre. Over 20 local businesses who were looking to recruit attended (more details below), and left with application forms and contact details for potential applicants. A

Read more…

The 2016 Bristol Business Grant Round is open now until Friday the 8th of July. Grants are 50:50 match-funded and can be used to improve cycling, walking, car share and other sustainable travel provision on site. All sustainable travel mode initiatives are considered. Request your application pack from vicky.stone@bristol.gov.uk Queries to kurt.scheibl@bristol.gov.uk or vicky.stone@bristol.gov.uk More

Read more…

Wednesday 6 July, 9:15 – 14:30 University of the West of England’s Exhibition & Conference Centre, Frenchay Campus, Bristol. Theme: ‘Your Role in the Supply Chain.’ Includes info from LEP representatives on the function and focus of the LEP in this area and how you can benefit from the Growth Hub. Promised to be a truly informative event with practical tips and hints on procurement – in addition, a delicious and

Read more…

Wrings Transport Limited have four used portable cabins available for sale Photos show two 40ft x 12 ft cabins stacked on top of each other plus two 32ft x 10ft cabins also stacked on top of each other. Staircases will be included if required. One cabin is a welfare unit with showers / toilet and rest room

Read more…

Sponsorship opportunity for exciting community event Did you know Bristol has its own legendary giant, Goram? Traditionally Goram’s Fayre was held each year on a date that might or might not have been Goram’s death or birthday (details have been lost in the mists of time…). After many years’ hiatus, community and neighbourhood groups, with

Read more…