Post Slider Element

The post slider element allows you to display a 2-5 column slider with entries, that are fetched from any of your Themes active Taxonomies. This also includes Taxonomies that are added via Plugins. So for example if you have a shop plugin active you will also be able to display the latest Products.

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Personal Assistant Register

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We have recently launched the personal assistant register, where people looking to work as a personal assistant or carer can be matched with local people looking for help. This register gives those who may wish to organise their own care and…
Pat Maginn and Liz Prudhoe at the AGM

Annual General Meeting 2018

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Thanks go to everyone who came along to out AGM this year, to hear from Chair, Pat Maginn and Director, Liz Prudhoe about the work undertaken over the year 2017/18. This informal event was a chance for members and partner organisations to get…
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Community Information Morning

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Our first Community Information Morning will be held on 14 November, to coincide with our AGM. Taking place from 10.30am - 12.30pm, this event will be in the Resource Centre, next to Cafe @ Burn Lane and will be a chance to talk to local organisations…
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Annual General Meeting 2018

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Our AGM this year takes place on Wednesday 14 November. This is a chance for members to hear about our work over the last 12 months and to meet our board and staff. Our latest annual report will be available on the day. Tea and coffee will…
Liz Prudhoe and other guests outside number ten

Adapt (NE) invited to PM’s Social Enterprise Roundtable

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Director of Adapt (NE), Liz Prudhoe, was invited to speak at Downing Street last month at a special roundtable for heads of social enterprises. The event, organised by Lord Bird, founder of The Big Issue, was a chance for leading individuals…
Tynedale Stroke Club by the Adapt (NE) bus

Blackpool Jaunt for Tynedale Stroke Club

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Members of Tynedale Stroke Club enjoyed a short break in Blackpool last week, thanks in part to funding from the Co-op local community fund. Cash generated when customers swipe their membership cards in stores and from the 5p carrier bag…

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