Centre Manager Bernie Shortlisted for Wirral Business Award 2014

Centre Manager Bernie Shortlisted for Wirral Business Award 2014

i Sep 23rd No Comments by

WEB is delighted to announce that Centre Manager, Bernie King has been shortlisted in the category of Business Person of the Year in this years WIN Awards in recognition of the progress she has made in developing WEB SE and subsequently driving WEB towards sustainability.

Bernie’s drive and innovation has seen WEB’s unique training packages commissioned by schools, corporate clients, partner organisations and local charities this year with fantastic results.

The winners of each category will be announced at a black-tie gala dinner held at Thornton Manor this Friday 26th September 2014. This promises to be amongst the biggest business events in the region with over 600 leading business people in attendance, together with the main sponsors of the competition,Wirral Radio, The Contact Company, and Park Group PLC.

The gala dinner and award ceremony, will include a drinks reception – sponsored by Typhoo Tea – and a four course meal with entertainment.  The event will be hosted by BBC Radio Merseyside’s Roger Phillips.

Wish us Luck!

Have Your Say on Anti-Social Behaviour

i Sep 5th No Comments by

Police and Crime Commissioner, Jane Kennedy, and her Deputy, Cllr Ann O’Byrne, are in the process of a large consultation process with victims of crime; Putting Victims First.

Ann recently announced the next phase of Putting Victims First, focussing on victims of antisocial behaviour.  This will include six focus groups with victims of antisocial behaviour, an online survey for victims and a further survey about possible punishments that can be used by police officers for less serious incidents of crime and antisocial behaviour.

The proposed punishments will form a ‘Community Remedy’ and is part of new antisocial behaviour powers recently introduced  by the Government.  The online survey into these possible punishments can be accessed here: http://www.merseysidepcc.info/home/get-involved/community-remedy.aspx

Focus groups for victims will take place across Merseyside.  Details are:

  • Monday 15th September

6-8pm

St Catherine’s Community Centre, Church Road, Tranmere, CH42 0LQ

  • Tuesday 16th September

10am-12 midday
Blue Bell Centre, Blue Bell Lane, Huyton, L36 7XY

  • Tuesday 16th September

6-8pm

Helena Central, 4 Corporation Street, St Helens, WA9 1LD

  • Wednesday 17th September

1-3pm
One Vision Housing, Atlantic House, Dunnings Bridge Road, Bootle, L30 4TH

  • Wednesday 17th September
    6-8pm
    WAM Friendship Centre, Wellington Avenue, Liverpool, L15 0EJ
  • Thursday 18th September
    6-8pm
    St Columba’s, Pinehurst Ave, Liverpool, L4

Focus groups are open to all.  However, because demand is expected to be very high, attendees are required to register by calling Warren Ward on 0151 777 5186 or emailing warren.ward@merseysidepcc.info.

Alternatively, the survey for victims of antisocial behaviour is available online here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MerseysideVictimsExperienceSurvey.  All surveys are available in hard copy on request.