Trustee Week 2019
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This week is Trustee week and we wanted to send a big thank you to all trustees in Slough that support the community and voluntary groups. Your support means that Slough groups make a huge difference to our residents. Slough … Read More

Inspiring new street art in Slough
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  A new commission to bring art to Slough streets can be viewed from this weekend on the wall at The Curve Plaza and on the Wellington Street hoardings, facing the old TVU site. The HOME Slough commission, supported by … Read More

Training
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1 Training Slough CVS offers a variety of training opportunities for voluntary sector groups and Volunteers.   Volunteer Passport Scheme Training The Volunteer Passport Scheme is a Slough initiative, which offers a series of four short training modules exploring the … Read More

Data Protection Policy
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  Data Protection Policy – GDPR   Charity means Slough Council for Voluntary Service, a registered charity. GDPR means the General Data Protection Regulation. Responsible Person means the Head of Operations (the Charity’s Data Protection Officer) Register of Systems means … Read More

HOME Slough awarded £1 million by Arts Council England
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HOME Slough was awarded £1 million through the Arts Council’s Creative People and Places Programme, to support a further three years (2019-2022) of community driven arts and cultural activity in Slough in November 2018. Councillor Natasa Pantelic, Cabinet Member for … Read More

An award from the Mayor!
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Slough CVS is delighted to have received an award from the Mayor of Slough, Cllr Paul Sohal, in recognition of its service to supporting and developing the voluntary sector in Slough. Ramesh Kukar, CEO and Jamie Green, Chairman of Slough … Read More

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