We recently sent an energy saving leaflet out to all residents of Kingsmoor Park. It included information about the work that we carried out with three residents and an energy saving expert to work out what energy saving advice would be best for your homes. As your homes have special energy saving equipment like solar PV panels and thermostatic… Read More
In the Borough of Woking there are currently some 10,000 residents who are members of local Neighbourhood Watches. The Woking Association of Neighbourhood Watches is keen to encourage the formation of new watches and invites those who would like to increase their local security, and to know more, to contact the Old Woking Area Coordinator…. Read More
Kier Partnership Homes recently won won an award from LABC, and received a certificate from Considerate Constructors for Performance Beyond Compliance, both recognising Kingsmoor Park as an outstanding development. Please click for further information.
If you’re looking for work but need more confidence and clothing advice for interviews, this project working with Esteem Ahead is here to help. We support out of work women on low incomes into employment. This includes help with job searches and applications; CV’s and interview skills and providing high quality interview… Read More
If you’re looking for work and would like some help and support drop in to The Careers Café. Based at The Mascot Hub, 43 Dartmouth Avenue, Sheerwater, Woking, GU21 5PE. Every Tuesday from 10am to 3pm. We are running free drop in sessions for Woking residents to provide employment support through the STEP Programme. STEP is a… Read More
Looking to improve your IT skills? Want to learn at home? We are working with Student@Home to provide free IT training sessions in the comfort of your own home, helping you to get the most out of the technology around you. You can learn how to use Microsoft Office programmes like Outlook, Word and Excel;… Read More
Interested in wildlife and conservation? Surrey Wildlife Trust are looking for school leavers, unemployed or retired persons to take part in their Wild Skills Course. The Wild Skills course is free and a unique learning opportunity provided by qualified trainers. It gives young people and adults a chance to learn basic nature conservation skills for… Read More