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Fear of Crime Events

5 Jan 2018

“Fear of Crime” Roadshow

We would like to hear your views on what concerns you have in your local area and how these concerns can be reduced

A light lunch/tea will be served.

The events will take place on the following dates and venues:





Mon 22 January 2018


NEWTOWNARDS – Queens Hall,

West Street, Newtownards, BT23 4EN

Lunch will be served at 12noon


11.30am to 2.00...

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Job Vacancy - Floating Support Worker

5 Jan 2018

Ref - FSW12-12/17

Floating Support Worker - Job Share

Hours - 12 hours per week to be agreed with Job Share (3 mornings a week, 4 hours per day)                                                                                                                         

Main Purpose of Job:

To work with job share support worker to provide an effective support service in AGEnda, adhering to the vision, mission and values of AGEnda. Visit clients in their own homes as part o...
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Job Vacancy - Admin Support Worker

5 Jan 2018

Ref: ASW20-12/17

Admin Support Worker - Job Share Position

Hours:          20 hours per week, 3/4 days during the week 9am – 2pm

                     Saturday & Sunday 9am – 11.30am (work 3 weekends a month)

                     To support the delivery of Good Morning Call (GMC)


Main Purpose of Job: 

To provide an effective support service in AGEnda, adhering to the vision, mission and values.

Main Responsibilities

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Elder Abuse Response Helpline Live in Northern Ireland

10 Nov 2017

Our Northern Ireland based Helpline can help anyone who is concerned or has experienced abuse, providing them withanyone who is concerned or has witnessed abuse. anyone who is concerned or has witnessed abuse.advice and guidance on options. The call is free and operators are available Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm on 080 8808 8141.

Help is just a phone-call away!

Our Helpline service is now live and taking calls, supported by our dedicated, locally trained volunteers. You can down...

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Action on Elder Abuse NI

3 Oct 2017 Elder Abuse Response Helpline


Aware of elder abuse?
The solution is in your hands.

If you are an older person and concerned about or affected by abuse it is vital that you understand this is not your fault and there are ways to get help and support. You can ring our dedicated, specialist helpline for advice, support and guidance.

If you are worried about an older person or suspect someone you know is being abused, you must speak out and our helpline team will giv...

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Womens Aid Facebook Safety Guide

2 Oct 2017

Please find attached a very useful guide to keeping women safe while using facebook.

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Community Activities for ALL

1 Oct 2017

Please see attached information regarding Council supported Community Activity Programmes within the Borough this year.

Programmes run from 18th September 2017 to 22nd June 2018

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Important information about the Flu Vaccine

23 Oct 2017


Flu vaccination is an easy way to stay well this winter

In this special edition of Your Health, NHS Choices explains who is entitled to a free flu vaccine. The vaccine is available every year on the NHS to help protect adults and children at risk of flu and its complications.

Flu vaccination is particularly important for those who are at increased risk from the effects of flu, including:

Pregnant women Children aged 2 or 3 Peopl...
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Defibrillator for AGEnda - Please Donate

24 May 2017

PureGym Bangor have donated a G3 life saving Defibrillator to AGEnda 24 Hamilton Road, Bangor, N.Ireland. 

We now seek the help of the Bangor public to raise £500 so that we can purchase a specialist cabinet for the safe housing of the unit outside of their premises on 24 Hamilton Road, Bangor. In doing so it means we can make this vital piece of equipment available to the general public. With Ward Park and Bangor Town Centre in close proximity we feel this would be great for the local...

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Volunteer Week Celebrations 1st - 7th June

24 May 2017

You make the difference.

Please see attachment.

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