Gloucester Community Networking
Gloucester Community Networking (GCN), is a small ‘Not for Profit Organisation’, that facilitates the networking between individuals and organisations for the betterment of all!
To 'strengthen' and 'build NETWORKS' between people in NEED and potential RESOURCES to meet those needs within the diverse communities in Gloucestershire.
Christopher Auker-Howlett talks to Dominic Cotter about GCN's project First Aid 4 Mental Health (FA4MH). He also discusses Combat Stress, Gloucester Samaritans and Tewkesbury Council, Covid 19 Emergency Response Fund
Below are the presentation slides (in video format) created by GCN that is showing at the Churchdown Community Centre during the Covid-19 Vaccincation Programme. The aim of this presentation is to provide people with useful information regarding Mental Health and details of Organisations that can be of help.
GCN have made the following short video to give you advanced knowledge of the "what, where and how" about receiving your Covid-19 Vaccination.
Our three main projects for 2021 are shown below. Click anywhere inside each Project Box for more information.
FA4A aims to provide General First Aid & Mental Health courses at discounted prices:
First Aid At Work Qualifications »
First Aid for Mental Health Qualifications »
Tailor made Awareness Courses for:
WORS aims to provide resources for Schools, Colleges, Youth & Elderly Groups and Public Events covering:
GIVS aims to strengthen and build on the networking of support for Veterans, Military Service personnel and their families in Gloucestershire in partnership with the following organisations :
Veterans' Hub in Churchdown (Location: TBC)
One of the main projects GCN has been concentrating on since 2018 is named "Glos100" and ran throughout 2018 to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War. We are thrilled to announce that we helped raise over £5,000 for various charities, such as:
We have unfortunately had to cancel further WW1 and other events since March 2020, due to the Covid-19 restrictions. However, GCN was able to commemorate Victory over Japan » day that halted the ongoing and bloody battles but at the same time heralded in the age of the Atomic Bomb, which indiscriminately killed millions of Japanese civilians in Hiroshima » and Nagasaki »
You can find a complete list of WW1 related events that have taken place by visting our Glos 100 Press Release page »
BBC Gloucestershire InterviewsRadio Archives