Volunteer Drivers Needed – Dunbeath Area

 

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We are currently looking for volunteer drivers to help us deliver our greatly needed community transport service in the Dunbeath area.   Do you think you could spare a couple of hours once a week?   Give us a call on 01955 605588 or pop into the office in Wick and we can give you more details. Full Midas training will be given.   

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PRESS AND JOURNAL COMMUNITY BUS TOKENS        

We are still collecting the last of the tokens to submit with our entry forms.Ring us on 01955 605588 and we can collect

Our final date for posting the entries will be Friday 2nd Sept  

Press and Journal Tokens
Press and Journal Tokens

DIY Volunteers needed to to help outdoor Trail

The Caithness Countryside Volunteers are looking for additional volunteers to help with the John-O-Groat Trail on Sunday 11th September.  Volunteers can help clear paths, cutting Vegetation, painting or creating stiles.  The location is in the Forse/ Latheron area from 10am.  Could you help?  for more information contact Marina Swanson at   marina.swanson@highland.gov.uk  

Intergenerational Learning Event on Tuesday 13th September, Inverness

Intergenerational Learning Event on Tuesday 13th September, Inverness

GWT would like to invite groups and organisations who work with older people, people with disabilities, hearing/sight impairments and/or people from BME/LGBT groups to come along and find out more about our work and how they can go about connecting with new partners to bring together younger and older people.

This session is open to anyone who works with groups which fit with protected characteristics. Registration is now open this link http://generationsworkingtogether.org/events-training/protected-characteristics-thematic-network-meeting-06-09-2016

Third Sector Governance Forum Conference

Conference in celebration of Trustee's week. This is an opportunity to share Scotland’s collective experience of working as, and with, trustees. The aims are to highlight the great work that trustees are currently doing, and to present opportunities for people from all walks of life to get involved and make a difference. 

This year's conference will be in the Carnegie Conference Centre Dunfermline, which is located a 10 minute walk from Dunfermline's Queen Margaret station, and is a fully accessible venue. Monday 7th November

This will be a full-day conference (lunch included), with a programme of events designed to emphasise peer-to-peer learning and support, with more opportunies to meet other delegates, share your stories, and, ultimately, collaborate for a transformational future!

To book a space go to .https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/trustees-week-inform-inspire-support-celebrate-tickets-27122507149?platform=hootsuite