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  • The Holburne Museum logo

    Volunteer Gallery Steward

    The Holburne Museum

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    The roles undertaken by volunteers here at the Museum are considered some of the most important across the organisation. The role a volunteer undertakes allows us to offer the highest quality of visitor experience whilst involving the local community in our work.

    • Work withAdults and Older People, Schools and Education
    • Role TypeCommunity Volunteer
    • Communication Skills
    • Decision Making
    • Initiative
    • Organisation/Planning
    • Project Management
    • Problem Solving
    • Teamwork
    • Time Management
  • Social Prescribing - Community Connecting Researcher

    DHI (Developing Health and Independence)

    This opportunity takes place between 15 Jun 2018 and 31 Jul 2018.

    We need volunteers to help with our MyScript service. We work with people whose health and wellbeing are affected by personal, social or practical issues. We need internet researchers to find services and activities for the team to point clients to. This can lead to client work as well.

    • Work withAdults and Older People, Disability and Health, Other
    • Role TypeCommunity Volunteer
    • Initiative
    • Organisation/Planning
    • Problem Solving
    • Time Management
  • We are setting up an exciting new Community Fundraising Group in Bath. Volunteers will meet once a month to organise fundraising activities, and have fun! Whether its race nights, pub quizzes or space hopper sports days - all ideas are welcome. Transform Care at the RUH!

    • Role TypeCommunity Volunteer, Fundraiser
    • Communication Skills
    • Decision Making
    • Financial Management
    • Initiative
    • IT Skills
    • Leadership
    • Organisation/Planning
    • Project Management
    • Problem Solving
    • Teamwork
    • Time Management
  • The Forever Friends Appeal logo

    Knit and Knatter

    The Forever Friends Appeal

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    This lovely group knit, sew, crochet (and whatever else takes their fancy) to produce wonderful goodies for us to sell to raise funds. They meet on the first and third Saturday of every month for coffee and crafts. All abilities welcome - whether you're a complete pro or a knitting newbie!

  • No.1 Royal Crescent logo

    No.1 Royal Crescent Shop Volunteer

    No.1 Royal Crescent

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    We are recruiting volunteers for our museum shop selling an attractive range of books, cards, gifts and souvenirs. Duties include operating the till, cash and credit card handling, greeting customers in friendly and welcoming manner, answering customer enquiries, tidying and replenishing stock.

    • Work withAdults and Older People, Children and Young People, Other
    • Role TypeCommunity Volunteer
    • Decision Making
    • Financial Management
    • Initiative
    • Problem Solving
    • Teamwork
    • Time Management
  • Headway logo

    Headway Voluntary Support Worker

    Headway

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date.

    To support individuals with acquired or traumatic brain injury to engage in a variety of activities/games. We need people who are able to engage individuals whilst promoting fun and socialisation, who can adapt activities to suit the service users. Volunteers must treat each individual as an equal.

    • Work withAdults and Older People, Disability and Health
    • Role TypeCommunity Volunteer
  • Volunteering for 'hands on' STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) related workshops (12pm-4pm) for four dozen or so children over the age 8 and children and disadvantaged young people are regularly organised by BRLSI every 2nd Saturday of every month .

    • Role TypeCommunity Volunteer, Tutor
    • Work withChildren and Young People, Disability and Health, Schools and Education
    • Initiative
    • IT Skills
    • Teamwork
    • Time Management
  • The Carers' Centre logo

    Telephone Volunteer

    The Carers' Centre

    This opportunity is ongoing, with no end date. Closing date for applications is 31 Dec.

    Could you get in touch with an unpaid carer and call them up for a regular, friendly chat? The Carers' Centre is looking for telephone volunteers to offer a couple of hours a week to build relationships with our unpaid carers. If you have good listening skills, this could be the role for you.

    • Work withAdults and Older People, Children and Young People, Disability and Health
    • Role TypeSU Volunteer
    • Communication Skills
    • Decision Making
    • Initiative
    • IT Skills
    • Organisation/Planning
    • Problem Solving
    • Teamwork
    • Time Management
  • Bath Area Play Project logo

    Holiday Playworkers/ Youthworkers

    Bath Area Play Project

    This opportunity takes place between 01 Mar 2018 and 01 Sep 2018.

    Supporting paid staff team to provide Holiday Playschemes and Youth activities in Bath. Children and young people aged 5 - 19 yrs. This is an opportunity to be involved in providing fun activities during the school holidays, including sports, arts,crafts,den building and trips.

    • Role TypeCommunity Volunteer, Sports Coach
    • Work withChildren and Young People, Disability and Health, Other, Schools and Education
    • Decision Making
    • Initiative
    • Leadership
    • Organisation/Planning
    • Problem Solving
    • Teamwork
    • Time Management
  • Bath Area Play Project logo

    Playworker/ Youthworker - Teenage Rampage

    Bath Area Play Project

    This opportunity takes place between 01 Jun 2018 and 29 Jun 2018.

    Teenage Rampage is a weekly group for disabled young people. In the Summer Holidays, we run the SOFA programme for disabled and non-disabled teenagers aged 12+ and they take part in activities such as white water rafting, overnight camps and rock climbing. Support from volunteers really helps to ensure that they can take part running. During term time the group runs on Tuesdays 6.30-9pm in school term-time. Volunteers will assist in facilitating activities which could include: cooking, arts and craft and we welcome volunteers with specific skills they can share.

    • Role TypeCommunity Volunteer, Sports Coach
    • Work withChildren and Young People, Disability and Health, Other, Schools and Education
    • Decision Making
    • Initiative
    • Leadership
    • Problem Solving
    • Teamwork
    • Time Management
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