RideWise Emergency Bike Bank
RideWise have opened an Emergency Bike Bank to support essential workers in Nottingham(shire) during this crisis. RideWise is offering essential workers who are struggling to get to their homes, communities or workplaces a free bike to help them get around. As a charity that have been a part of this community for over 15 years RideWise is committed to helping where they can because transport will become a major barrier for people without cars.
People can email RideWise at email@example.com and they'll match people with a suitable reconditioned + serviced bike to keep them moving (while our stocks last) - which will be increasingly important as public transport service reductions come into force across the City and County.
RideWise has also set up a JustGiving page to raise funds to provide free bikes for essential workers.
A bike would be a lifeline for many people - like staff at the QMC who work shifts and are impacted by the timetable reductions.
Redeployment Triage Service for People/Employers having to change workforce - either losing a job or needing additional workers.
Redundancy - NationalCareersServiceNCC@futuresforyou.com
Redeployment - John.Blankley@futuresforyou.com
Redundancy 0800 917 9419 Recruitment 0115 876 4947 / 07570 671592
#Stayinworkout campaign The campaign will link through to a web page (https://www.sportengland.org/stayinworkout/ ) you'll find a range of home workout options – including existing free exercise content and advice from organisations such as the NHS, and workouts from popular fitness brands and influencers such as Les Mills on Demand, Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) and FiiT, many of whom are offering free content and extended trials to help people get easy access to home exercise.
Locally more details can be found on the Active Notts website about being active at home, as well as a links to Join the Movement.
Active Notts and Active Derbyshire
The Active Notts and Active Derbyshire websites are just being created to include details of the campaign listed and we're building up local content where we can so if you know locally of anyone or an organisation posting content on
being active at home, please could you also forward this on to the marketing team. We'll send on details of the website links shortly.
Business in the Community (BITC)
Setting up National Business Response Network, connecting national business support to local needs through their BITC members. The focus is on matching business support to local needs around professional support, lending and donating resources and logistics.
Nottingham Community and Voluntary Service (NCVS)
NCVS are offering to support local VCS organisations by compiling a list of what they need and promoting it through the appeals page of their website.
For NCVS response to Covid-19 emergency Juless@nottinghamcvs.co.uk
ChalleNGe Nottingham Resources Whilst children are at home due to COVID-19, here's an exhaustive list of free activities for ages 0 to 18 to keep them busy and entertained. The majority are from Nottingham's own cultural organisations and artists. There's everything from creating artworks to keeping fit with the Toilet Roll Challenge!
ChalleNGe Nottingham,23 Goldsmith Street,
Nottingham, NG1 5JS, United Kingdom
Cathy Mahmood, ChalleNGe Manager firstname.lastname@example.org 07808 165209
Martin Smith, Cultural Rucksack Lead Martin.Smith@greenwoodacademies.org 07712 402681
Maria Narducci, Marketing and Admin Assistant