Knowsley Community & Voluntary Services


Leadership. Ingenuity. Sector Social Growth

Care and Respite Support Services – Delivery of a Level 3 Award in Education and Training

Care and Respite Support Services is a registered charity based in Knowsley specialising in the delivery of home care and support packages across Merseyside.

As a charity, they are now also registered with Open Awards to deliver qualifications. The first to be delivered is a level 3 Award in Education and Training and will be run by their in house tutor Dave Yates. This is for anyone looking to be a tutor/start teaching.

Working Better Together

Working Better Together, Thursday 29th Jun 2017 at 09:30 – 11.30am.

This Working Better Together event is part of a series of work, activity and created space to open and progress the dialogue and joint work between the Social Sector in Knowsley and Knowsley Council to achieve a shared vision for Knowsley, together. The event is attended by key Council decision makers in partnership with KCVS.

The Tempist – MATE Productions

Multi-award winning MATE Productions launch their 2017 outdoor tour of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest directed and produced by Artistic Director Gaynor La Rocca in partnership with the Shakespeare North Trust and in association with the RSC (Royal Shakespeare Company).

BigDeal? Get The Facts About Gambling

You are invited to the launch of the BigDeal Youth Outreach Programme for Sefton and Knowsley, to raise awareness of problem gambling and its impact on young people.

Each week 16% of young people are estimated to have gambled, compared with 5% who have smoked and 8% who have drank alcohol*. Evidence consistently shows that young people are disproportionately at risk of developing problems with gambling, as well as being harmed by the gambling of their family or friends.

Prescot Elizabethan Fayre – Saturday 3rd June 2017

The ever-popular Elizabethan Fayre will return to Prescot on Saturday 3 June, re-creating the town’s famous Tudor Fayres and celebrating its wonderful heritage.Entertainment will have a distinctly Tudor feel with traditional craft demonstrations and hands-on workshops in pottery, willow making, candle making, calligraphy and wood turning. There will be exotic animals and native species for visitors to handle, including fox cubs, barn owls, lizards and guinea pigs – which were one of the favourite pets of the Elizabethan era. The ever-popular birds of prey demonstrations and circus skills workshops will also be back.