Thursday, 21 July 2016

Haven Discount

I've been asked about this discount a few times so below is the link with the discount code!


So many places and so much to enjoy at Haven... Deciding between Havens 35 Parks won’t be easy – but it’ll be fun. From tearaway toddlers to hard-to-please teenagers, overworked parents, sprightly grandparents and not forgetting the family pet, the great British coastline and our award-winning parks are yours to discover.

Friday, 15 July 2016

ADT - Monitored Home Protection

"PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTION FROM CARILLIONAMEY:
Installing of alarm systems to SFA is allowed. Please can occupants be reminded that it is their responsibility to maintain. All making good following removal for move out needs to be carried out by the occupant and all debts must be settled before vacating the property. Also can it be highlighted that if any alarm were to go off in neighbouring houses that the occupants are to call the RMP or local police and not the CarillionAmey Help Desk as we will not be able to attend and resolve. (If anyone is unsure of what is or is not allowed and what is required to 'make good' please call the CarillionAmey Help Desk and book an appointment for the Accommodation Officer to attend and discuss.)"

Monday, 11 July 2016

Booking the Community Centre Windsor

How to Book.
Please contact the Community Support Development worker on her mobile to book and to check availability on 07881 858923


Friday, 8 July 2016

Young Westminsters aged between 16-24

Are you aged 16 -24 ?
Advice and Support for Young People
Education,Training,Employment,Health and Well Being, Advice and Support,Sports and Leisure Events and Activities or Get Involved.

Wednesday, 6 July 2016

Tuesday, 5 July 2016

On-call Firefighters

Do you live or work within five minutes of a fire station? If so, then being a retained firefighter might be a possibility!

Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service relies on retained (or on-call) firefighters to maintain its emergency response.

On-call firefighters make themselves available to respond to a pager when a 999 call is made, and cover is needed at all times. Contracted hours can vary, but personnel usually make themselves available for between 48 and 120 hours per week. Between them, each fire station team will provide cover for weekdays, evenings, nights and weekends.

On-call firefighters receive the same training and development as wholetime colleagues, and can be called to all manner of emergencies, including fires, road traffic collisions, animal rescues and flooding.

The pay does vary, depending on how much cover is given, but it is fantastically rewarding to be a part of your community and in a position to help people.

In order to be on-call, you need to be able to respond to the fire station in around five minutes once your pager goes off. This can be from home or work, and employers can benefit from a firefighter’s training – such as first aid, manual handling, a greater understanding of health & safety in the workplace, and enhanced team spirit.

For more information on the opportunities that currently exist,