Silverline is a confidential, free helpline offering information, friendship and advice for older people, open every day and night of the year. There is no question too big, no problem too small and no need to be alone.

 

Calls are free: 0800 4 70 80 90  or from a mobile at local rate  0300 4 70 80  For more information go to www.thesilverline.org.uk

FACEBOOK        Slimming World runs sessions at Ascot Heath School, Rhododendron Walk, North Ascot,  at 5.30pm in addition to the 7.30pm.

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Slimming World meet at Holy Trinity School, Station Road, Sunningdale, on Mondays , 5.30 and 7.30pm . For more information contact Marelise on 07778 672624  E-Mail  mareliseslimmingworld@gmail.com

 

 

E-mail: berniclittleboy@hotmail.com

Hope in Depression will run a support course one evening in January 2020 at South Ascot Church Hall .

Further details can be seen at   http://careersspringboardbracknell.org.uk/about-us/

The first Autumn session will be at the Open Learning Centre on Friday September 6th.

Looking for a new job?  Finding it tough?

  • Could you tell a prospective employer about yourself and why they should employ you in just one minute?
  • Could you handle an asynchronous video interview or an array of psychometric testing now used by many recruiters?
  • How do you respond to being asked what your greatest weakness is?

Difficult isn’t it?  With low levels of unemployment and employers crying out for staff,  you would have thought that finding a job would be a doddle. But finding and applying for the right job in the 21st century can be tough.  If you are middle-aged, and having to look for a new position, in the wake of an employer closing, relocating or reorganising, it can be even worse. Redundancy can be as traumatic as coping with bereavement or divorce.  Job hunting can be challenging and confusing

Since 2006, funded by local authorities, Parish Councils and a charity foundation, Careers Springboard Bracknell has succeeded in helping executives, managers and professionals back into work.  Practically-focused presentations by volunteers with a wide range of experience at senior levels, and as consultants, cover many topics relevant to finding a new role with confidence.

Read more: Springboard Bracknell | Professionals Job Seekers Support

SSAFA Forces Help is a national welfare charity helping serving and ex-Service men, women and their families, including widows and widowers in need. Those eligible are people and their families who have served a minimum of one paid day in any of the Armed Forces and their Reserves, including those who have done National Service. The Association can provide practical, financial and emotional support to both serving and ex service people, who may find themselves in crisis.   Further information on the assistance which SSAFA Forces Help can provide, can be obtained at www.ssafa.org or by contacting Central Office on 020 7403 8783.  For people in the Ascot areas the contact number is  01753 862307.