Friday, 20 April 2018

Deployment - A new series of books perfect for your Little Troopers.


Little Troopers story books
We are so beyond excited to share some news with you.....we have just launched a very special series of story books. Written by Donna David and illustrated by our regular illustrator Dan Butcher we're confident that they will help lots of our Little Troopers. 
The books will be perfect for home, school libraries and other military children groups. They explore the feelings, emotions and situations often faced by military children from the view point of a Little Trooper who is writing letters. There is a book for the British Army, Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy. You can buy yours now from our shop for just £3.50 plus P&P.
www.littletroopers.net 

Site of former Bovington Middle School - Dorset County Council Decision Announced

More than £3M is being invested in education for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in Dorset. 
Dorset County Council’s Cabinet has recently agreed to spend just over £2M – plus a £1M grant from central Government – catering for children with complex communication needs. However, the costs will be fully recouped over a short period of time.

This includes a new purpose-built school in Bovington for September 2020. Funded by the Education and Skills Funding Agency, it will provide places for 160 children with autism,
as well as social, emotional and mental health needs. 
The school will support pupils from Dorset, Bournemouth and Poole. 

This will provide an essential service to the Community whilst saving considerable time money and effort as many of these pupils are currently transported a considerable distance for their education, many out of County altogether.

The old school in Bere Regis will be used in the interim from September 2019 for one year with up to 40 pupils being housed there before they transfer to the new school in Bovington.

Not only is this good news educationally but it will provide an injection into the economies of both Bere Regis and Bovington with a large number of ancillary jobs and services being
required to support the schools.

Temporary Speed Limit 30mph On Bovington Lane nr Tank Museum - 27 - 30 April

 "Tiger Day IX" Event at Tank Museum

DORSET COUNTY COUNCIL has made a Notice under Section 14 [2] of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended by the Road Traffic [Temporary Restrictions] Act 1991.   

When this Notice comes into effect it will impose a 30 mph speed limit upon Bovington Lane, Bovington from the national speed limit signs near the Tank Museum eastwards to a point approximately 65 metres east of its junction with Cologne Road, a distance of approximately 1,300 metres, as indicated by the temporary traffic signs on site. This temporary speed limit will be in place between Friday 27 and Monday 30 April 2018.

The temporary speed limit is required to minimise the likelihood of danger to Highway Users during the "Tiger Day IX" event at the Tank Museum. 
   
If you would like further information about the event please contact the Tank Museum on 01929 405096. 
For further information concerning this Notice please call Dorset Highways’ Traffic Team on 01305 221020.

CV Writing Tips



The purpose of a CV is to get you an interview. Not a job. The distinction is important and worth bearing in mind.

The current job market is constantly changing and very competitive.

Preparing your CV is a task you should take as seriously as looking for vacancies.

So whilst your CV will not get you a job it can open the door to an interview.

The Career Transition Partnership has produced a handy guide to help you with your CV. To read or download this guideCLICK HERE

A longer, in-depth guide can be accessed on the website HERE

CivvyStreet Magazine - April Issue


The April Issue of CivvyStreet Magazine
is now ONLINE

Quest Resettlement Magazine - April Issue


The April issue of Quest Magazine
is now ONLINE

House & Gardens Open Day - 6 May


Thursday, 19 April 2018

Returning To Work Job Opportunity For Serving Personnel/Spouses

Are you a professional who has taken a career break of two or more years and is now ready to return to work?
 
Highways England have launched their 2018 Returner's Programme , 'Bridging the Gap', to enable talented professionals who have had a career break to return to work on a structured programme.
 
 
This full time job vacancy is to be the serving personnel and families point of contact in the South (Wiltshire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire) on a tri-service basis. LIBOR funded for two years. Applications close 4 May '18.
 

Carillionamey: Tempo Latest Update, 19th April


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Information for families: Relocation/moving

The Army Welfare Service (AWS) HIVE Information Service provides information on behalf of the chain of command to the Service community and welcomes enquiries from serving personnel, dependants, partners, extended families, and the wider military community including veterans and MOD civilians.