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Are you over 60?
28 January 2015

Two women, one over the age of 60

Are you over 60 and searching for an opportunity to volunteer in your local community?

TCV are promoting volunteering activities for the Over 60s at Grove Community Garden during the winter/spring season.


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New year, new starts
26 January 2015

Daffodils pushing through the snow

2015 sees the start of three new groups in the South Eastern Area.

In Newcastle, TCV will be working with a women's group on a site newly acquired by the Kairos Project.  This is a fantastic 4 acre site...

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Environmental Opportunities for men in the South East
26 January 2015

Men working in a woodland

The Conservation Volunteers are pleased to be offering a programme of volunteering specifically for men.

It will be an opportunity for men to take part in a range of practical projects, to hear about the many...

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From a volunteers perspective...
25 January 2015

A volunteers building a wall

"Looking for an organisation that offers rewarding and enjoyable hands-on accredited training in a range of skills, combined with a genuine warm welcome from all concerned?

From my own experience...

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Local Nature Reserve Status for Mill Ponds
21 January 2015

Mill Pond in Newtownabbey with visitors

In the process of applying for 'Local Nature Reserve' status for the Amphitheatre Mill Ponds, Carrickfergus.

Local Nature Reserves (LNRs) are areas where nature and wildlife is protected and where people...

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