Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Rushmoor Voluntary Services Training - 24th January 2018

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Early morning pickers and packers, plus part time retail assistants - Iceland, Farnborough

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Part Time Cashiers, Cooks and Burger Assemblers - KFC Farnborough

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Minibus Driver vacancy with Rushmoor Voluntary Services

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Aldershot baby death appeal for information relaunched

We're relaunching our appeal for information relating to the murder of a new born baby girl in Manor Park, Aldershot in May 2017.

Officers are starting a fresh round of house to house enquiries near to the scene as part of our continued investigation by the Major Crime team. We are also in a position to release further detail relating to the ancestry of the baby and her parents, also how she died. There is also a piece of CCTV footage of two people we are very keen to identify who are seen in the area at the relevant time which is included in the film below.

If you can help please contact the investigation team on 101 quoting Operation Metre. Alternatively please call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Monday, 15 January 2018

Video update on Aldershot's regeneration from Leader of Rushmoor Borough Council














Update from CarillionAmey

There is a considerable amount of press coverage regarding Carillion’s current financial position, however the impact on CarillionAmey’s operations remains limited and we will continue to deliver services as normal.
CarillionAmey Limited and CarillionAmey (Housing Prime) Limited are two separate legal entities and operate almost entirely independently from our parent companies.
Both CarillionAmey entities get paid directly by our customers and have our own banking facilities, therefore we have no concerns about our ability to continue to operate our businesses and our staff and suppliers will continue to be paid as normal.

Furthermore, the infrastructure is in place to ensure we can continue to deliver for our customers, which our staff and suppliers will continue to do.

Caffe Nero Alton - come and join the team!

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Fleet weekly market


Every Saturday morning where you can buy fruit and veg, bread, meat, fish, plants, household goods, flowers and much more. Every Saturday morning. Gurkha Square car park, Fleet.

Apprenticeships with Barclay's Bank


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The Vine Centre, Monday Job Club


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Friday, 12 January 2018

Service families Coffee Morning - 17th January 2018 at Aldershot Library and Learning Centre


Open banking explained by MoneyForce



Saturday 13 January 2018 sees the start of a new way of digitally managing your money. You’ve probably had notifications from your bank or credit card provider telling you that they’re making changes to your terms and conditions in preparation for ‘open banking’. If you’re happy banking online, then this may be for you. Read on and stay MoneyFit. 

What is ‘open banking’? Open banking is a new, secure way for customers to take control of their financial data and share it with organisations other than their banks. You’ll be able to compare what’s on offer from different organisations via a phone-based app. 

 

What does it cover? Open banking covers current accounts, flexible savings accounts, e-money account and credit cards – assuming you can manage all of these online or via a smartphone app.

What information will be shared? The information shared includes financial data, including transaction history and spending behaviour.

 

Do I have to use it? No - You’ll have to opt in to share your data. You must satisfy yourself about the privacy and security safeguards.

Once you’ve given your consent to an organisation, they will then be able to access your account details from your existing bank*.
You can authorise third-party access without have to reveal your login details to anyone other than your bank.



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The Forces Help to Buy Scheme extended to 2018

The Forces Help to Buy scheme enables servicemen and servicewomen to borrow up to 50% of their salary, interest free, to buy their first home or to move to another property on assignment or as their families needs change.

The pilot scheme, which launched in April 2014 has now been extended to 2018. Please click HERE for more information.

JSHAO Housing Brief - RAF Northolt


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Get Surrey - restaurant deals to take advantage of in January 2018


Some of the areas most popular chain restaurants, plus some favourite independent ones too, are offering discounts this January. Click on the link below for further details.

FREE money advice


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Rushmoor Borough Council, Farnborough Winter Half Marathon and 5km Fun Run


Where: Farnborough Business Park, 21 January 2018


Timings: 9am to 1pm


The half marathon starts and finishes under the famous airship hangar in Farnborough Business Park, which now stands as a monument to the past as a great piece of industrial art.
The 5km fun run is open to all runners over the age of eight years (under 12s must be accompanied by an adult). It is on the first 5km of the half marathon route and is also traffic free. For 2018, the 5km will be chip timed.
For 2018, there will also be a new kiddies' run for five to eight year olds. This will be on a safe circuit of 800m within the Business Park starting and finishing under the airship hangar. The kiddies' run is free to enter, but you should register your children online via the Farnborough Half Marathon website.


Suitable for ages: 17 years and above for the half marathon


Cost: £28


Contact: Mike Gratton on 01252 373797 or email info@209events.com.

FREE drop - in craft sessions at the West End Centre, Aldershot


CRAFTY CULTURE

Every Monday 1 - 3pm

Spring: 15 Jan – 26 March (No Session 12 Feb)


Summer: 16 April - 9 July (No session 7 & 28 May)


A crafty get-together for all cultures on Monday afternoons, guided by Barbara Touati-Evans. Follow projects, or work on something of your own. Make new friends whilst trying your hand at a variety of crafts; sewing, rug making, printing, crochet and more! Equipment, materials and refreshments are provided.

Jobs for military spouses: help Army Families Federation (AFF) discover what more needs to be done

Are you finding it difficult to get back into work? AFF needs your help to delve more deeply into the problems that Army spouses and partners can encounter when job hunting. We’ve commissioned the Institute for Employment Research (IER) at the University of Warwick to examine both the barriers to spousal employment among the Armed Forces, and what more we can do to help spouses into work, with the choice of developing a career.



Spousal employment has been an important focus for AFF for many years, and we’ve worked hard to discover the main difficulties that families face when trying to secure employment for the non-serving members. However, we believe there is still more we can do, and a fresh tri-service approach is needed to dig deeper into this on going issue. IER will examine employment statistics, making comparisons with civilian counterparts to gain a better understanding of the similarities and differences faced by military families, as well as surveying and interviewing military spouses, key stakeholders and employers.


We are now looking for volunteers to be interviewed for this important project: if you are a spouse or partner of someone serving, we would like to talk to you. You’ll be sent a £15 Amazon voucher after the interview to thank you for taking part. Please click here to read the information sheet, fill in the questions and submit the form:
We will need your telephone number for the interview, but strict ethical procedures ensure that this will not be passed on to any third parties, and will be kept securely in a password-protected folder at the University of Warwick for the purposes of the project. IER researchers will then contact you to arrange a telephone interview to ask you about your experiences of employment. The interview should last around 45 minutes and will be audio-recorded if you agree (if you would prefer not to be audio-recorded, the interviewer will take notes during the interview).


We look forward to hearing from you – your participation is very important to us, and could be pivotal in helping to improve the prospects for military spousal employment.