A partnership mental health working group was established earlier this year as a sub group of the Talking, Listening and Working Together Engagement Strategy. The group includes representatives from voluntary, community, social enterprise and statutory organisations across North East Lincolnshire.
Below is a link to an online survey about the mental health offer in North East Lincolnshire, and people’s experiences and needs. Please ask as many staff within your organisation as possible, but particularly staff working directly with individuals/families, to complete this survey. The results of this survey will help the group who as they work together to improve mental health and emotional wellbeing support for local residents.
Deadline 24th September 2021
A public consultation on the Yorkshire and Humber Climate Commission’s regional climate action plan has opened with a fortnight of themed lunchtime stakeholder sessions covering climate resilience and net-zero. They will also be holding two public evening events and an online consultation.
The online consulation will take around 15-20 minute to complete
Click here for further information.
The Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, would like to gain a better understanding of the current perceptions of electric vehicles (EV) in North East Lincolnshire.
Taking time to complete this survey will support Transport Officials with future funding bids, providing insight on the current perception and possible future trends of EV in the area to support the development of an EV Strategy locally and future funding bids aimed to bring EV infrastructure into the area.
Click here for the survey.
Deadline 22nd September 2021
North East Lincolnshire Council declared a Climate Emergency in September 2019. A number of measures have been introduced, both before and after the declaration was made, to increase energy efficiency and reduce the Council’s carbon footprint.
This is the start of a long-term collaborative effort to make North East Lincolnshire carbon neutral by 2050 and improve habitat for plants and wildlife.
Your views will inform the steps NELC take to achieve Carbon Net Zero and how we manage the natural environment.
Click here for the survey.
In December 2020, a number of voluntary and community sector organisations very kindly completed a Sector Support survey regarding digital capacity and capability. The results identified issues and gaps in online services, support and IT equipment for some voluntary and community sector organisations and/or their service users.
Following the survey and other digital work across North East Lincolnshire, three workstreams have been established to explore how gaps in digital capacity and capability can be addressed:
Digital Society – working alongside local voluntary and community organisations
Digital Economy – working alongside local businesses and schools
Digital Health – working alongside partners that support the health of our local communities
These workstreams strongly interlink and their main aim is to establish ‘what needs to be done’ to increase digital take up of services and provide locally assisted digital support to those who genuinely need it.
For the first phase of this work, the Digital Society workstream has been allocated approximately £30,000 of grant funding. This can be used by voluntary and community sector organisations to help fund gaps or extend existing digital provision, provided that there are no on-going costs for the local authority. Ideally, the funding should build on existing digital provision, expand work to other areas of the community and be sustainable going forward. The fund needs to be spent by no later than 31 March 2022. Details of the fund and how it can be applied for will be sent to you in early August, with a decision on allocating it being made on 14th September 2021.
In the meantime, can you help us? We need as many voluntary and community sector organisations as possible to complete the following survey to help us understand the current position with regard to digital provision in North East Lincolnshire and to help us to identify any gaps. The deadline for completing the survey is Monday, 16th August 2021. Survey Link – https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/TBSZCHV
Finally, as a result of this survey Sector Support or NE Lincolnshire Council may want to get back in touch with you. If this is okay please provide us with your organisations name and contact details. You can read SSNEL’s Privacy notice here and NE Lincs Council’s Privacy Notice here.
Further, see attached information about our digital work – A new digital programme to equip residents and organisations with the digital skills, data, and technology they need.
North East Lincolnshire has a shortage of artificial grass pitches and plans are currently in place to consider the development of a new pitch at Humberston Academy. This survey is gather the thoughts of community groups within the area in relation to the development of new facilities and any potential use. If you would like to discuss this project further, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07502 039072.
Click here for the survey.
Sent and written on behalf of North East Lincolnshire Council:
You are invited to share your views and experiences about the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS) in North East Lincolnshire.
The Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Information Advice and Support Service offers information, advice and support for parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). This service is also offered directly to young people.
To take part in the survey visit the ‘Have your say’ section on the SEND Local Offer website by visiting https://sendlocaloffer.nelincs.gov.uk.
If you need to speak to someone to give your views, ask any questions or need a paper copy of the survey please ring the SEND team on 01472 323166 or send an email to email@example.com.
The survey closes on Monday, 2 August, 2021.
Click here for the full information.
Improving the health of people with mental and physical health problems – what are the most important questions for future research?
This survey is by Yorkshire and Humber Applied Research Collaboration and our project is led by Professor Simon Gilbody at the University of York.
they want to give people living with both mental and physical health problems, their families, and the health and social care professionals who treat and support them, a voice in deciding the most important questions to be answered by future research.
You can choose you top 20 most important questions by taking part in a short online survey. The survey only takes about 10 minutes and you do not need to give your name or contact details.
Closing date 31st August 2021
NELC are carrying out a pharmaceutical needs assessment to look at what pharmacies we have in our area, how they’re used, and whether they fully meet the needs of local residents.
These questions are about community pharmacies, by which they mean places you would use to get a prescription or buy medicines which you can only get from a pharmacy (this could be for yourself or for someone else, and includes online pharmacies). This does not include hospital pharmacies or the part of a pharmacy where you buy beauty or general products.
Deadline 11th July 2021
Jonathan Evison the new Police and Crime Commissioner that was elected in May 2021 has published a survey that will give you the opportunity to have your say and help shape the priorities. The survey is anonymous, and won’t be asked for any personal information that will identify you.
The three key areas he is asking about are:
- Engaged and Resilient Communities: volunteering, building trust and confidence in rural as well as urban areas, ensuring clear routes for you to raise concerns, building local resilience, and providing effective services for victims of crime and anti-social behaviour.
- Safer Communities: education around crime and harm, early intervention to stop young people being criminalised, finding proper solutions to violence against women and girls, reducing drugs demand, and working with their partners.
- Working Better: use of new technology to protect the public, and proper sustainable, environmental and social investment.
Click here for the statement and consultation.