A new opportunity has been added to Manchester VSB by The Manchester College, starts 08 September 2014

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We require volunteers to assist with the promotion of our sports & activities to students during welcome week, this will include handing out information, answering questions and encouraging students to take part in mini challenges.

Placement offered by The Manchester College

Contact – Sam Nightingale

Phone – 07874014585

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A new opportunity has been added to Manchester VSB by volunteerxchange, starts 13 September 2014

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‘Inspiring Leaders’ needed!!

Lifeline Project are a major sponsor at the Greater Manchester Recovery Walk 2014 and we are looking for inspirational volunteers who can motivate participants during the walk, whilst also being able to offer brief intervention advice.

Lifeline volunteers are currently making changes to peoples lives on a daily basis and we are inviting you to be a part of that team!

The route is 1.8km long, which starts and ends on Liverpool Road (Castlefield Bowl). The following roads are used on the walk

Volunteers will be required to meet at Castlefield Bowl at 1:30pm ready for the start of the race at 2pm

Deansgate
John Dalton St
Albert Square
Southmill St
Peter St
Deansgate
Liverpool Rd

Contact:

Matt Richardson – Wellbeing Development Officer

Phone – 07872817837

Placement offered by volunteerxchange

Contact – Matt Richardson

Phone – 07872817837

A new opportunity has been added to Manchester VSB by RSPB, starts 07 September 2014

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The RSPB and Manchester City Council are organising a Fun Run to raise awareness about a new partnership between the two organisations within the Mersey Valley.
There will be a 10k, 5k and family (approx 1.6k) fun run on the day, which will need marshalls around the routes. We will also need volunteers to assist with registration and general information giving on the day.
The 10k run will start at Chorlton Water Park and finish at Fletcher Moss Park, Didsbury. The 5k run will start and end at Fletcher Moss Park.
The Family fun run will start and end at Chorlton Water Park. Therefore marshalls and assistants will be required at both start and finish locations as well as between the two sites on the run route.
The 10k route is completley off-road, mainly following the route of the Mersey River.

Placement offered by RSPB

Contact – Joanna Keene

Phone – 07595655177

A new opportunity has been added to Manchester VSB by Life Leisure, starts 21 September 2014

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Life Leisure require a number of volunteers to marshal at our annual 10km run on Sunday 21st September. The run takes place upon closed roads and will start and finish in the centre of Stockport.

Marshals will be required to attend an information briefing on either Monday 15th or Wednesday 17th (6pm) in Stockport.

On the day of the race, volunteers will be required to meet at approx. 8am and will be assigned a marshal point. The latest time a volunteer would be required until is 10.30am.

Placement offered by Life Leisure

Contact – Ian Dixon

Phone – 07800765155

A new opportunity has been added to Manchester VSB by Manchester Sports Development Team, starts 09 August 2014

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Want to help shape the future of football within Manchester??

Manchester City of Football Consortium require volunteers on Saturday 9th August at Manchester Arndale Centre, 11am – 3pm.

Manchester City of Football Consortium is piloting a new football product called SOKKA, as part of the City of Football Bid for £1.6m to increase football participation from 14+. SOKKA will be launched in Manchester as the City of firsts.

SOCCA will be open for general public use and volunteers are required to support the delivery of the session and capture the experience and thoughts of users. The product is designed by Kevin Keegan ex Manchester City Manager, who is an ambassador for Manchester’s City of Football Bid.

We want to engage as many people as possible to play SOCCA and tell us there thoughts?

The SOCCA machine will be based in the shopping centre for the duration of the day to capture the experience of different people and help shape where Manchester pilots this new product in the future from leisure centres, football clubs to youth centres.

Placement offered by Manchester Sports Development Team

Contact – Craig Abel

Phone – 0161 219 2542