The latest issue of the rural crime newsletter has been published with news and information from around the local area:
The Home Delivery Library Service is a free service to those who are unable to visit or use their local library or Mobile Library due to ill health or infirmity.
Using volunteers, they deliver books to people in their homes once every four weeks, based on their personal preferences.
They offer books in both Large and Small print and also talking books on compact disc.
Anyone who feels that they would be eligible and would benefit from receiving the service can contact them on (01926) 851031 or by email on email@example.com.
WCAVA’s Volunteering Forum
Inclusive volunteering – Involving volunteers with additional needs
Wednesday 23rd November 9.30 to 12.30
Graham Adams Centre, Southam
|Following a successful event in April on inclusive volunteering, we are delighted to invite you to explore the successes and challenges of including those with disabilities, in volunteering roles, in your organisations. We have three very different guest speakers who will give an insight into the steps they have taken both to find volunteering opportunities as well as to enable those with disabilities to access their organisation.|
9.45am Welcome/Housekeeping/Promotion of the Disability Charter
10.00am Allan Roberts: A Volunteer’s perspective
10.20am Emma King, Volunteer Coordinator from Shakespeare Birthplace Trust
10.40am Paul Horton, Volunteer Manager from SoLO (Solihull Life Opportunities)
11.20am Group work How does your organisation support individuals with disabilities?
|To book on the event please use the link below:|
|For further information about the event please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01926 413511 or Helen at: email@example.com or call 01926 477514.|