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Lincoln Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum

The Lincoln Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum is for anyone who supports or manages volunteers, or is involved in local community organisations and projects. It is a place to share best practice and the latest news through a range of speakers and the opportunity for networking during the event over coffee and pastries. The event is totally free …

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Lincoln Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum

The Lincoln Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum is for anyone who supports or manages volunteers, or is involved in local community organisations and projects. It is a place to share best practice and the latest news through a range of speakers and the opportunity for networking during the event over coffee and pastries. The event is totally free …

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Lincoln Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum

We hope you will be able to join us at the next Lincoln Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum, where we will be hearing about a range of local initiatives, with speakers from: British Heart Foundation, National Citizen Service, Lincoln University, NatWest and BGU. Our theme will be: Students and young volunteers. The Lincoln Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum is …

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Lincoln Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum

We hope you will be able to join us at the next Lincoln Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum, where we will be showcasing social prescribing and focusing on health and well-being.  We will also be hearing from the National Osteoporosis Society. We very much hope that you will be able to join us. The Lincoln Volunteer Co-ordinators’ …

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Lincoln Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum

We hope you will be able to join us at the next Lincoln Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum, where we will be thinking about aspects of supporting some of the most vulnerable in our society.  We will be hearing from P3, City of Lincoln Council  and Lincolnshire Action Trust about their projects and strategies. The Lincoln Volunteer …

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Lincoln Co-ordinators’ Forum

We hope you will join us at the next Lincoln Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum, where we will be thinking about aspects of Community planning, including community organising and running a community building. We will also be hearing the latest from the City of Lincoln Council. The Lincoln Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum is for anyone who supports or …

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Voluntary & Community networking event, Sleaford

Voluntary & Community Forum Thursday 28th September, 12.00 – 3.00pm including networking lunch Featuring: Dementia Friends, digital support in local communities and innovative ways to involve more volunteers… The next Voluntary and Community Forum in Sleaford is on 28th September and includes a Dementia Friends Information Session run by Bex Mezzo from Sleaford Dementia Support. …

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Voluntary Centre Services Annual Survey 2016/17

At Voluntary Centre Services we are committed to providing a high quality service for the community. We would like to hear from as many organisations as possible who have used our services to take just 5 minutes to complete our Annual Survey. Your feedback helps us to improve and tailor our services to the needs of our community. *Deadline …

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Join us at our April Forums

Please join us at one of our April networking events, hosted by our Lincoln and West Lindsey teams. Lincoln Volunteer Coordinator’s Forum Tuesday 11 April, 10am- 1pm Ruston Sports & Social Club, Newark Road, Lincoln LN6 8RN The Lincoln Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum is for anyone who supports or manages volunteers, or is involved in local …

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Lincoln Volunteer Coordinator’s Forum

Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum Theme: Project showcasing   Tuesday 14 July 2015 10:00am-12:30pm Voluntary Centre Services Lincoln  16-26 Tentercroft Street, Lincoln LN5 7DB   Followed by: 1230pm–1300pm A light, networking lunch with opportunity for networking We very much hope you will be able to join us for our next networking event, on Tuesday 14 July 2015, …

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