The BCVS is a highly respected Local Infrastructure Organisation (LIO), working in a large geographical district covering the northern third of Nottinghamshire and beyond. It is a complex district, which, although in Nottinghamshire, has close relationships with other neighbouring areas, in particular, South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire.
The breadth of our strategic work is vast, spanning the NHS ICS (Integrated Care System) areas of South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire and Derby and Derbyshire and Local Authority areas of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. BCVS actively represents the VCSEF (Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise and Faith) sector at over 70 meetings and forums, and in the past year BCVS has been a key player the Bassetlaw response to the impact of COVID-19.
BCVS is a forward thinking and proactive LIO that delivers a range of projects and core infrastructure support to a range of important organisations. A key strength is its collaborative and partnership-based approach that has brought clear outcomes for the VCSEF sector and the communities it serves.
Bassetlaw Community & Voluntary Service (BCVS) - see their website www.bcvs.org.uk for much, much more.
For a vast range of latest news from across the local (and wider) Voluntary Sector, why not request copies of BCVS’s weekly Bulletins? Just contact Matthew Enticott, BCVS’s Office Coordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Great news! Catherine Burn, Director of BCVS, has been awarded the British Empire Medal for her sterling work for our communities. Watch this space for more on this story.
BCVS has a wide range of facilities and contacts that are useful through the present coronavirus emergency. Follow their website link above to discover more.
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