Time: 6:30pm Date: Saturday 22 April 2022 Location: St. John’s Smith Square, Westminster, SW1 Tickets: click here
The Parliament Choir and Southbank Sinfonia present Edward Elgar’s oratorio ‘The Dream of Gerontius’
The Parliament Choir welcomes as a member anyone who works at the UK Parliament – Members, their staff, and parliamentary officials. We rehearse on Monday evenings, when the Houses of Parliament are sitting, usually in the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft off Westminster Hall.
Financial Wellbeing: a talk by Victoria Copeland, Regional Partnerships Manager, Money and Pension service (MaPS)
Time: 14:30 – 15:30 Date: Thursday 16 March 2023 Location: Online via Teams
The Money and Pension Service is working to improve financial outcomes for everyone living and working in the UK. Through our MoneyHelper service we offer free impartial information guidance and support for all kinds of money questions from pocket money to pensions.
As a regional manager Victoria works with a variety of organisations including local government, financial services, employers, charities and advice providers to support their financial wellbeing strategies for residents, customers, staff, members and service users.
Victoria has been with MaPS for three years. Prior to working for this statutory body I worked in business development in the commercial sector including in my own business, in publishing and logistics. I bring thirty years lived experience to the role as well as a keen interest in supporting financial wellbeing in a workplace setting.
The MST is pleased to be joined by Katie Shooter from the Home Office who will provide an update. This will be a question and answer session and we would request that you submit questions in advance by emailing MST@parliament.uk. Time permitting, we will open the floor for additional questions
We are delighted to welcome Natasha Saunders who will be joining us for our February All Staff Q&A Session.
Natasha is a law changer, conversation starter and motivational speaker but it hasn’t always been that way. After 8 years of a wide range of Domestic Abuse, she has become the voice she needed to hear when she was trapped. Domestic Abuse is everyone’s problem and she invites you to hear her lived experience and how you can not only support those around you but possibly save a life too.
In the New Year, EDF will be partnering with Energy UK – the UK Trade Association for the Energy Industry, to provide Q&A sessions with MP Caseworkers to give you an update on how they are helping customers through the winter.
You will also have the opportunity to ask EDF and the industry body questions about some of the correspondence you are receiving from constituents.