Village Diary and News
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Voluntary Norfolk is looking for volunteers to support the NHS and vulnerable people needing extra help in the community. We have a wide variety of volunteer opportunities and are happy to work with you to find the volunteering role that is right for you, fits your interests, skills, location and availability.
Current volunteer vacancies, include supporting carers and the people they care for; volunteer drivers to assist patients in accessing key healthcare appointments; meet and greet, admin support and stock room roles in community hospitals and GP surgeries; marshals and administration roles at Covid vaccination centres; volunteers to help people with a newly diagnosed long term condition achieve health goals and improve their quality of life; volunteers to help clients use smart phones and computers to connect with family and friends and, of course, telephone befrienders to reduce isolation and loneliness.
All our volunteers are friendly, approachable, have a sympathetic manner, good communication skills, and are determined to help and support others living in Norfolk.
If you would like to have a conversation about the volunteering opportunities available at Voluntary Norfolk, please get in touch. Email us at email@example.com providing your preferred contact information, phone 07385 378740 and speak to a volunteer coordinator or leave us a message, or fill in the volunteer registration form for the relevant service you are interested in via this link: https://www.voluntarynorfolk.org.uk/home-2/register-to-volunteer-2/
We look forward to hearing from you and thank you for your help.
10th December 2021 - 10.40am The Pightle, 11am Village Hall, 11.15am The Elms, 12 noon 64 Wells Road
Free Covid 19 Self testing kits available from mobile library (1 - 4 boxes )
COFFEE MORNINGS have recommenced at the Pavilion - 10am to 12 noon on the first and third Saturdays of the month
PUB open Friday evenings