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05 June 2021 Date of the next Walk
The Rotary Guernsey Walk Trust

The Walk is typically held on a Saturday in early June. To find out which charities are being supported and how to register for the Walk, visit our website at safferyrotarywalk.org.gg

29 June 2021 SEND proposals in the GWP
Guernsey Disability Alliance

We are pleased to see that the SEND Special Educational Needs and Disability proposals form part of the Government Work Plan (GWP) priorities https://disabilityalliance.org.gg/2021/04/send-review/ Please join us 28th April 7pm les Cotils to discuss it further

29 June 2021 Discrimination Legislation FAQ's
Guernsey Disability Alliance

The following frequently asked questions (FAQs) are around how the discrimination legislation has changed since the draft policy proposals in 2019, on which the Committee for Employment and Social Security (ESS) consulted widely, compared to what was agreed by the States in July 2020. The answers to all these FAQs are laid out in the same format providing a journey to what has now been agreed. If you have questions that are not answered below please email: info@disabilityalliance.org.gg https://disabilityalliance.org.gg/campaigns/human-rights/discrimination-legislation-faqs-2021/

29 June 2021 NICE TA's and the GWP
Guernsey Disability Alliance

It is disappointing to see that the Government Work Plan (GWP) is looking to delay Phase 2 of the NICE TA's (Mostly in relation to Cancer) find out more here: https://disabilityalliance.org.gg/2021/06/nice-tas-and-the-gwp/

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01 July 2021 Caroline
Alderney Performing Arts Festival Foundation (The)

Alderney Arts Festival is holding 3 events this summer. 24 July The Rockabellas,@Chateau L'Etoc 13 August Manu Brazo and Bryan Evans@Chateau L'Etoc and 21 August Opera Gala at St Anne's Church. Doors open for all events at 7.30 Tickets £20 children £5

22 July 2021 Carly joins Guernsey Sands Committee
SANDS Guernsey

Carly Howlett has been appointed as the Social Media & Communications Administrator for Guernsey Sands charity in a new voluntary role. She joins with a background in charity communications and is looking forward to supporting the Guernsey Sands community with social content, assisting with events, and helping spread the great work the charity does. Carly has lived in Guernsey all her life. She currently works in the financial marketing industry and has been involved with various local charities such as MUG, The Set Sail Trust, Pink Ladies and The Priaulx Premature Baby Foundation. Carly is delighted to have the opportunity to help the other committee members by offering some assistance to deliver important messages to the people that really need it at such a difficult time.