A new opportunity has been added to MCRVIP by Central Manchester Community Games, starts 06 September 2015

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Volunteer on the High Street! Hulme and Moss Side Community Games on Sunday 6th September 2015, 12-4pm. The day will host the Hulme and Moss Side Street Race in partnership with Manchester City Council and Nuff Respect. Hulme High Street will be closed off to cars, making way for a 60- meter track allowing young local people to compete in the heart of their community. The day will also involve a number of free taster sessions such as football, squash, volleyball, swimming and much more all within Moss Side Leisure Centre. There are a number of roles volunteers will required forHelping to set up the track on the High Street (8am start) Marshalling and registration of local residents (11:30am start) Assisting and generally helping in coaching sessions (11:30am start) Helping to take the track down (6pm finish)

Placement offered by Central Manchester Community Games

Contact – Richard Harcourt

Phone – 07510 443727

Perks and volunteer incentives

Volunteer T-shirts will be provided on the day along with refreshments/ lunch

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A new opportunity has been added to MCRVIP by National Trust-Lyme Park, starts 14 September 2015

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At Lyme we are developing our sport and outdoor activity offer and looking to establish new running groups. As an already qualified run leader, you’ll help devise and lead your own, beginner or intermediate running programme. With your enthusiasm and supportive attitude, you’ll help foster a lifelong love of sport for participants in your group.
You’ll be a dynamic and encouraging leader, and you’ll help create a supportive and nurturing environment, in which people who might not traditionally participate in such groups, are able to thrive.

We are looking for Volunteer Run Leaders during weekday mornings, weekday evenings and weekends. Times aren’t agreed yet and are flexible with run leaders availability.

Placement offered by National Trust-Lyme Park

Contact – Joanna Rowbottom

Phone – 01663 761411

Perks and volunteer incentives

Out-of-pocket travel costs between home and volunteering place will be paid, and other reasonable expenses agreed in advance

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A new opportunity has been added to MCRVIP by GreaterSport, starts 04 September 2015

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At this years event the Youth Sport Trust are looking for enthusiastic and articulate young people with a passion for sport to get involved in commentating at the Sainsbury’s School Games Manchester, in September. We will be live streaming the event this year and are keen to find some young people based in Greater Manchester to work alongside the professional commentators, broadcasting from the event. As part of the programme the students selected will be given training, event accreditation and an incredible opportunity to develop your skills, experience and contacts in sports broadcasting at a major national event. No previous experience is required.

In order to take up this event you must:
1. Be a young person aged between 15-20 year old (young people aged below 18 years old in September must be accompanied by a chaperone at the event)
2. Have a passion for sport and be available to work between September 3rd-6th (inclusive) and attend training session prior to the start of the event
3. Live in Greater Manchester or be able to arrange travel to and from the event/training at own cost
4. Register your interest by Monday 1st June 2015

Placement offered by GreaterSport

Contact – Rachel Peers

Phone – 07881900384

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