If you were born in one of the years listed within the article, you are thought to have an honest nature. You’re also supposed to be known to be diligent, dependable, strong and determined. It’s also thought that oxes will make plans and know what they are going to do before they go ahead and do it. Find out your lucky numbers, read about traditions and how our teams are trying to keep the festivities alive for our residents at our extra care facilities.
Victims of domestic abuse are now able to get the help they need at thousands of participating pharmacies across the country. If you are a victim of domestic abuse or know someone who is, you can now access support in a safe and discreet way at the locations displaying the ask for 'ANI' poster.
In line with the Knowsley Safeguarding Children's week, we are making sure families across the borough are receiving the support they need this winter, providing them with help towards heating, water and food bills. We've also set up a Young People's Fund to help us provide a bespoke offer when working with families, so we can make appropriate interventions to reduce harm, incidents of crime and anti-social behaviour.
We’re excited to announce that we’re taking part in this national scheme, jointly led by our Social Impact and L&D teams. We’re creating 30 paid placements across the whole business, recruiting across three intakes in February, July and December. As part of the Government’s response to COVID-19, the Chancellor announced his economic recovery package, including the £2 billion Kickstart Scheme flagship initiative.
Schoolchildren across the country have been encouraged to stay at home if possible since a new national lockdown was announced on the 4th January, but many families do not have the technology available to allow their children to join in online lessons or complete their homework.
Two Year 12 students from Bank View School in Liverpool have had their confidence and social skills boosted by taking part in a supported internship scheme with us. Bank View is a special educational needs school for students with complex learning difficulties, and twin brothers Anthony and Andrew Owen are the latest students to benefit from an internship with Livv.