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CURRENT NEWS

NEWLY QUALIFIED TEACHER PRIMARY POOL FOR 2018

NEWLY QUALIFIED TEACHER PRIMARY POOL FOR 2018 is now open for recruitment.  The Primary Pool will identify and recommend high quality candidates who have gained QTS in summer 2018 for interviews to Catholic schools with vacancies for 1st September 2018.  Further details and application forms are available on the diocesan website: www.dioceseofslaford.org.uk  Completed forms should have arrived at the Department for Education by 12.00p.m. on Friday 26th January, 2018

OLDHAM MACMILLAN 1-1 SUPPORT SERVICE

THE OLDHAM MACMILLAN 1-1 SUPPORT SERVICE is provided by Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust.  It supports people affected by cancer in the Oldham area, in a primary care setting.  It is a team of health professionals offering individualised, holistic support and promoting supported self-management  for the health and well-being of all adults affected by cancer, including the family and friends of those diagnosed.  The Service has an open referral system, which means that people can refer themselves to it by contacting Macmillan Cancer Support  ( 0161 621 7684 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   

NEW DIOCESAN WEBSITE

THE NEW DIOCESAN WEBSITE is now up-and-running.  To accompany it there is now a monthly e-newsletter.  The newsletter will provide a forum for news of events and projects throughout the diocese and a central space for information.  You can sign-up for the e-newsletter at: www.dioceseofsalford.org.uk  

CATHOLIC SINGLES

CATHOLIC SINGLES is an organisation which helps single Catholics of all ages (over 18 years) meet other single Catholics, either one-to-one or through social events.  For further information visit www.catholicsingles.org.uk or ( 0161 941 3498 or see the notice in the church porch.

HOSPITAL CHAPLAIN

IF YOU OR A RELATIVE OR FRIEND has the misfortune of being admitted to hospital, please make sure the admitting nurse knows that you are a Roman Catholic and whether you would like the Roman Catholic chaplain to visit you.  Furthermore, let it be known, both to the nurse and your family, that you require a priest to administer the Sacrament of the Sick should you require an operation or become dangerously ill.  Due to the Data Protection Act this information is no longer available to chaplains directly so they will not even know you are in hospital unless you or someone else, on your behalf, informs them!