Thursday, 31 August 2017

Carillionamey Tempo Weekly Update

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Button Cell Batteries - Safety Advice



Inside some electronic devices are button cell batteries, that if swallowed by children can get stuck in the throat and cause severe burns or even death.

Ensure your child does not have access to these devices, spare batteries should be locked away and used batteries disposed of correctly.

For further information please click HERE

Homestart Kennet Are Looking For New Volunteers

Help For Heroes Launch A New Section On Their Website


Did you know that 41% Of Veterans Struggle To Sleep?

Help for Heroes have launched a new section on their website with advice and help on getting a better night’s sleep. Click HERE for more information.

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Step by Step Free Counselling

Your Child At School


The NHS measurement programme, healthier lunchboxes, illness, bullying and much more

 click HERE for details

Monday, 14 August 2017

Forces Personnel - Enhanced Learning Credits


The MOD's Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme (ELC) promotes lifelong learning amongst members of the Armed Forces. 

The scheme provides financial support in the form of a single up-front payment in each of a maximum of three separate financial years. You are reminded that ELC funding is only available for pursuit of higher level learning i.e. for courses that result in a nationally recognised qualification at Level three or above on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) (England, Northern Ireland and Wales), a Level six or above on the Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) or, if pursued overseas, an approved international equivalent qualification with an approved learning provider.

BFBS - Audience Satisfaction Survey

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HAVE YOUR SAY
Register for the BFBS Audience Satisfaction Survey for the chance to WIN a Samsung Galaxy Tab A6!
  
The latest BFBS Audience Survey is online now at www.bfbs.com/survey. It’s an opportunity for our viewers and listeners to have their say about Forces Radio BFBS and BFBS TV.
The survey is simple and should take no more than 10 minutes. All registered names will go into the draw for a Samsung Galaxy Tab A6 and a winner will be chosen at random in the first week of October 2017.
Military personnel, entitled civilians, MoD civil servants and dependants can take part to provide feedback and influence future services.
Even if viewers and listeners have completed the survey in the past 12 months they can register again.
Each survey is confidential and will help BFBS to deliver the best radio and TV services for the British Armed Forces.
Register online now at www.bfbs.com/survey Good Luck!

MOD Supporting Families With Childcare Costs


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Report Suspicious Activity

SSAFA Stepping Stone Homes



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Families Continuous Attitude Survey (FAMCAS)

The 2017 Families Continuous Attitude Survey (FAMCAS) provides the opportunity for Army spouses/civil partners to express their views about a range of issues that affect their life as a Service family. The evidence provided by these views is a vital source of information that assists the Army in developing future personnel policy. 


A link to the report can be found HERE

Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Keep Up To Date With Food Product Recalls


For updates on product recalls, 
allergy awareness and much more please Click HERE

Friday, 4 August 2017

Bedtime Battles?


Lots of young children find it difficult to settle down to sleep and will wake up during the night.

Click HERE To 
See Some Simple Techniques.

Thursday, 3 August 2017

Get Safe Online In Wiltshire

With most of us relying on the internet to one degree or another to communicate, manage our finances, obtain products and services and enjoy entertainment, it really is a wonderful resource. 

Unfortunately, however, things can and do go wrong online, with an increasing number of people of all ages and backgrounds being affected by fraud, identity theft and abuse – some of it originating in the UK, but a great deal from abroad. 

There are simple technical steps we can all take to protect ourselves, but most problems can be avoided by making sure we always follow some simple rules and use our common sense. 

This booklet provides some useful tips which we recommend you read and follow when online, and pass on to someone who you think may benefit from them. 

Keep it somewhere handy as a memory-jogger as you never know when you may need a quick reminder.