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WIVENHOE OPPORTUNITIES

Paid and voluntary opportunities here in Wivenhoe, including the Town Council and other Wivenhoe Organisations and Groups.

If you would like to advertise, please contact the Council office.

 Opportunity  Organisation  Details
Chapel Museum Custodians (Volunteer - 3hrs per session).Wivenhoe Town Council.

Be Part of Wivenhoe's History at the Chapel Museum.

 

The Chapel Museum in Wivenhoe New Cemetery opens at the weekends from May until September each year.

We are looking for volunteer custodians for the Museum on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 1pm throughout the Summer. The Museum contains a wealth of artefacts unique to Wivenhoe.

If you would like to volunteer at the Chapel (or in any other capacity), please contact the Council Office.

 

Volunteers wanted.Citizens Advice Wivenhoe.Click here for more information - Volunteer Poster.
Cockaynes Wood Work Party Volunteers.Cockaynes Wood Trust.Contact Cockaynes Wood Trust.

Colchester Countryside Volunteer Rangers. 

CCVR.Volunteer at over 17 different sites including Wivenhoe. For further details visit CCVR site
Community Minibus drivers.        Wivenhoe Town Council.Full training provided.

To find out more, contact the Council Office.

Community Radio Volunteers.Colne Radio.Visit http://colneradio.com/get-involved/.
Parish Paths Maintenance Volunteers.Wivenhoe P3 Parish Paths Partnership.Get in touch via their Facebook Page (click WivenhoeP3).
Parish Safety volunteers.Essex Fire & Rescue Service.For further information click here. The aim is to recruit Parish Safety Agents as volunteers to actively encourage people to have fire alarms fitted into their homes (free service) and advise on general fire safety issues.
Tree Warden Scheme.Colchester Borough Council.Are looking for volunteer tree wardens. Contact 01206 282565 or email: kate.khan@colchester.gov.uk.

For more details click here.

Volunteers needed to help Wivenhoe residents with emergency errands and  chores.Wivenhoe Helping Hands.If you would like to become a volunteer, please contact Helping Hands on 07834452764 or wivhelpinghands@googlemail.com

Volunteers help residents in need in so many different ways - by reading post to you, writing letters for you, sitting with you while your carer takes a break, walking the dog, picking up an emergency prescription, or anything else that someone might need to make their life a little easier

 

Wildlife Garden Volunteers. Wild About Wivenhoe. Contact www.wildaboutwiv.org or email: info@wildaboutwiv.org.