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Festibull music festival in aid of the Stars Appeal on 13th August 2016. Donations on the day or through the Stars Appeal Website.
Contact Mel Wilson on 07905 283529
Arundells is a charming and peaceful house located within Salisbury’s magnificent Cathedral Close and the former home of Sir Edward Heath. Today, the house is open to the public so that they may enjoy a diverse and very personal collection of art work, photographs, sailing memorabilia and political cartoons. The beautiful 2 acre garden sweeps down to the River Avon.
This year, for the first time since opening to the public, Arundells is offering visitors ‘free-flow’ entry on three days of the week. This has been hugely successful and as a result, we are now in need of more room stewards to join our friendly and enthusiastic team. We especially need people who can commit to volunteering on Saturdays and Sundays, for either all or part of the day.
To find out more about our stewarding opportunities, please call Wendy on 01722 331440 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about Arundells, please visit our website www.arundells.org
Contact Wendy Read on 01722 331440 Contact by email
Headway Salisbury and South Wiltshire, a local charity supporting individuals who have Acquired Brain Injuries (ABI) (such as from a stroke, fall, road traffic accident or illness) and their families is recruiting volunteers.
The volunteers are needed to assist with their Monday and Thursday Activities Group, which runs from 9.30am to 1.30pm at Fisherton House, Wilton Road, Salisbury.
The groups allow individuals with an ABI to meet together and take part in group activities aimed at allowing members to improve areas such as memory, planning skills and social communication skills. Brain Injury can be sudden and devastating and it can affect an individual physically, cognitively and emotionally but with the right help at the right time there can be life after brain injury.
Volunteers will be supported by the Activities Co-ordinator and Development Officer to work with individuals within the group setting. These are varied and fulfilling roles. Please contact Sarah Allen on 07725 827869 or by e mailing email@example.com for more details.
Contact Sarah Allen on 07725827869 Contact by email