Ofgem has updated the level of the safeguard tariff, which protects 5 million households from being overcharged, based on the latest estimated costs of supplying energy. Continue reading Millions of households face energy rises from October
Did you know that if you spend £60 or more (until Sunday 26th August) in a single transaction for online groceries or instore you will receive a voucher for 10p a litre for either petrol or diesel to use at the Tesco filling station? When you’ve paid for your groceries in-store, your shopping receipt will automatically include a fuel discount coupon. If you’re an … Continue reading Save 10p a litre on fuel
The Dream Fund will open for applications on Monday 16th July and the online form will be available to access from this page. The Dream Fund gives organisations the chance to deliver the project they have always dreamed of, but never had the opportunity to bring to life. We ask charitable organisations across Great Britain to think big, be ambitious and collaborate with other not-for-profit partners … Continue reading Apply to the Dream Fund
Depending on the level or stage, referees and linesmen can earn a
little or a lot for officiating match in UK.
Amateur referees in the United Kingdom work on a game-by-game
basis. Their match fee is dependant seriously on the local football
association. For instance, pay is usually between £20 and £40 per game.
This is according to Minor Sports report findings recently published.
The semi-professional level referees are usually paid around £80 per game Continue reading The Cost of Linesman and Referees for the Junior Game
The strong need to understand vividly all about CPR skills, technique and training should be embraced as early as possible. Parent should make up their minds to get skills and training of CPR across to the youth on time. Continue reading WHEN SHOULD YOU TEACH YOUR CHILD CPR?
Fundraising is becoming very competitive especially as disposable income is decreasing that is why good causes are looking at other ways to supplement their funding income. One way is to have their own club store. Your own club store is a great idea providing you have hundreds of supporters who will support you or the costs in time and money have a negative effect. offers … Continue reading Your own discount store
Mission Statement from The Stalybridge Celtic Foundation Continue reading Mike Smith talks about the Stalybridge Foundation and The Community Scheme
A defibrillator is a device that gives a high energy electric shock known as counter shock to the heart through the chest wall, to a person in cardiac arrest. The shock depolarizes a large amount of the heart muscle and helps the heart to re-establish normal sinus rhythm. This treatment is called defibrillation and it’s an essential life saving step in the chain of survival. … Continue reading Why do football clubs need life saving defibrillators?
01/12 – Community Business Bright Ideas Fund A community business is set up and led by local people to look after what matters to them. Any profits flow back into the business to deliver positive local impact. Watch some case studies to hear some community business ideas, or hear from Claire Mappin at the Burton Street Foundation in Sheffield talk about their community business and how … Continue reading Grants at Deadline