Thinking of having a prepayment meter installed? Talk to our Fuel Poverty Advisor first………..more
What a great success our Open Day was! We had over one hundred people turn up to see us at The Core on 17 February. Here are just a couple of comments sent to us after the event:
What a great day yesterday. Not only for the public and visitors, but for the staff and volenteers, all to get together and unite. SHARON AND MOLLYS speeches were brill. I have to say, molly made me choke, she said all the things . I have been wanting to say to dial, for ages. AM A BIT SHY THOUGH. Thanks dial, for saving my life. ANYTHING YOU WANT, YER GOR IT. Thes a song abart that int ther. xxxxxxx
I thoroughly enjoyed your Open Day at the Core today – was made to feel very welcome on arrival. I learnt a lot about the services that DIAL provides – very comprehensive. I was particularly impressed by the enthusiasm and commitment of the DIAL volunteers I talked to. It’s reassuring to know there are such dedicated people and organisations in Barnsley – long may it continue. My best wishes for your future work.
As part of our Open Day on 17th February at the Core on County Way, our Media Volunteer Neall McLaren spoke our Healthy Living Coordinator Zoe Green about the Health Living Agents Project, which started back in May 2013.
As part of our Open Day on 17th February at the Core on County Way, our media volunteer Neall McLaren spoke to Molly about how she became involved with DIAL Barnsley.
Neall McLaren, DIAL’s Media Volunteer talks to DIAL Barnsley’s Chief Executive, Sharon Brown about our successful bid for continuation funding from the Big Lottery Fund.
We are currently recruiting Volunteer Benefit Appeals Advisors to support and expand our existing appeals team more
We are showcasing our peer advice and support services by having an Open Day on 17 February 2014 more
There have been changes to the way the appeals process happens
What are the changes?
There are 3 changes:
- The DWP will reconsider all decisions before an appeal can be made
- Appeals must be sent directly to Her Majesty’s Courts and Tribunal Service
- The introduction of time limits for the DWP to return responses to HM Courts and Tribunal Service (HMCTS) more
The ‘Right to Control’ pilot has come to an end.
In accordance with Right to Control legislation, the Right to Control pilot closed on 13th December 2013
Right to Control regulations permit a continuation of services until a service user’s first scheduled review after the 13th December 2013. This review should take place within 3 months of this date.
For further information contact us
“….the workshop you and Molly did on Access to Work was really informative and stimulating. I thought Molly’s personal recollection of her journey was both powerful and moving – all credit to her for doing that. Thanks again – I really enjoyed the event!