A new opportunity has been added to MCRVIP by East Manchester Community Games, starts 06 August 2016

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East MCR Community Sports and Activity Day, Saturday 6th August 2016. 12-3pm The day will involve taster sessions by local sports/community clubs. Allowing all age’s to come together, whether young or old, to take part in sport and physical activity. Some of the sports that will be available are Football, Basketball, Netball, Rugby and Tennis. Not only will there be traditional sports on the day. There will also be Dodgeball, Skateboarding, Roller Skating, Assault course and Bouncy Castles. . Plus much more. Volunteers will be required to assist in the organisation of the day. There are a number of roles including helping to set up, assisting in coaching sessions, marshalling and supporting activities in and around the venue, such as meet and greet and generally helping and supporting the local resident that come along. For more information please contact Simon Morrissey on 07599 462 233 or s.morrissey@manchester.gov.uk

Placement offered by East Manchester Community Games

Contact – Simon Morrissey

Phone – 07599462233

Perks and volunteer incentives

Free Lunch and Volunteering T-shirt

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A new opportunity has been added to MCRVIP by East Manchester Community Games, starts 10 August 2016

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East MCR Community Sports and Activity Day, Wednesday 10th August 2016. 12-4pm The day will involve taster sessions by local sports/community clubs. Allowing all age’s to come together, whether young or old, to take part in sport and physical activity. Some of the sports that will be available are Football, Basketball, Netball, Cycling, Rugby and Squash. Not only will there be traditional sports on the day. There will also be Dodgeball, Skateboarding, Roller Skating, Assault course and Bouncy Castles. . Plus much more. Volunteers will be required to assist in the organisation of the day. There are a number of roles including helping to set up, assisting in coaching sessions, marshalling and supporting activities in and around the venue, such as meet and greet and generally helping and supporting the local resident that come along. For more information please contact Simon Morrissey on 07599 462 233 or s.morrissey@manchester.gov.uk

Placement offered by East Manchester Community Games

Contact – Simon Morrissey

Phone – 07599462233

Perks and volunteer incentives

Free Lunch and Volunteering T-shirt

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A new opportunity has been added to MCRVIP by National Trust-Lyme Park, starts 27 July 2016

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‘Get Sporty’ is a weekly event throughout the summer holidays as part of the Trust’s national Summer of Sport offer – offering sports and games taking place in the beautiful gardens at Lyme. Activities are suitable for the whole family.
We require volunteers to assist with these events, supporting session coaches, leading sessions and games, and encouraging participation.

Placement offered by National Trust-Lyme Park

Contact – Graham Clark

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 24:7 Security Manchester, starts 09 June 2016

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Working for Manchester City FC as a concert assistant guiding fans to Metrolink, Buses, Taxis after the concert.

Arrive at 19:45hrs to gain entry for the concert by meeting at City@Home by Gate 11 just off Alan Turing Way by the Mercedes Garage.

On arrival, please go into City@Home and you will be met by an volunteer supervisor.
We will text all those involved on the morning of the concert with that persons details.

You will get to see the concert, but you need to be back at City@home before the end of the concert (Times to be confirmed but likely to be 22:00hrs) to get briefed and in position before the concert finishes.

Working only from 22:00hrs to approximately 01:00hrs or earlier depending when all the fans have gone.

Placement offered by 24:7 Security Manchester

Contact – Mike McDonagh

Phone – 07842 671200

Perks and volunteer incentives

Free ticket/wristband to see the concert. Refreshments will also be provided

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A new opportunity has been added to MCRVIP by 24:7 Security Manchester, starts 15 June 2016

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Working for Manchester City FC as a concert assistant guiding fans to Metrolink, Buses, Taxis after the concert.

Arrive at 1945hrs to gain entry for the concert by meeting at City@Home by Gate 11 just off Alan Turing Way by the Mercedes Garage.

On arrival, please go into City@Home and you will be met by a volunteer supervisor.
We will text all those involved on the morning of the concert with that persons details.

You will get to see the concert, but you need to be back at City@home before the end of the concert (Times to be confirmed but likely to be 2200hrs) to get briefed and in position before the concert finishes.

Working only from 22:00hrs to approximately 01:00hrs or earlier depending when all the fans have gone

Placement offered by 24:7 Security Manchester

Contact – Mike McDonagh

Phone – 07842 671200

Perks and volunteer incentives

Free ticket/wristband to see the concert. Refreshments will also be provided

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A new opportunity has been added to MCRVIP by Manchester Sports Development Team, starts 27 July 2016

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Now in its fifth year, Wythenshawe Games is Manchester’s largest community sports festival, taking in and around Wythenshawe and centering on the beautiful and historic Wythenshawe Park and Hall. This year the Games will be over five days (Wednesday 27th July to Sunday 31st July)

As part of this great event we require activity assistants to support coaches in making the Games drop-in sport activity safe, welcoming and enjoyable as possible. To engage with activity participants to offer an inclusive and enjoyable experience, which helps to ensure participants get the most from Wythenshawe Games.

Activity assistant

Date: Wednesday 27th July to Sunday 31st July
Time: 10.00am – 7.00pm (shifts of three hours throughout the day) Venue: Wythenshawe Park

Roles and responsibilities

.Assist coaches in checking site pre-activity
.Assist coaches in setting up equipment for activity
.Assist coaches in ensuring the activity is accessed by appropriate numbers of participants
.To assist the coach in delivering activity by reinforcing any coaching points as required .Promote participation in the activity by visitors to the park .Assist activity coaches in clearing away equipment as required .To be active in promoting the health and well-being of all participants
.To report any anti-social behavior, illegal activity or perceived dangers to the activity coaches

Placement offered by Manchester Sports Development Team

Contact – Nick Alogba

Phone – 0161 234 1136

Perks and volunteer incentives

Refreshments will be provided and a free event volunteer t-shirt. Volunteers doing full days will be provided with lunch. We are offering a free training package for volunteers supporting the Games
. Community Sport Leader Award – Tuesday 21st June @ The Wythenshawe Forum Centre / 10am – 3pm
. Active Kids for ALL Inclusive Community Training – Thursday 30th June @ The Wythenshawe Forum Centre / 1pm – 4pm .Event Management training – TBC
.Event safeguarding and customer service – TBC

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A new opportunity has been added to MCRVIP by Manchester Sports Development Team, starts 27 July 2016

Join in this opportunity now.

Now in its fifth year, Wythenshawe Games is Manchester’s largest community sports festival, taking in and around Wythenshawe and centering on the beautiful and historic Wythenshawe Park and Hall. This year the Games will be over five days (Wednesday 27th July to Sunday 31st July)

As part of this great event we require activity assistants to support coaches in making the Games drop-in sport activity safe, welcoming and enjoyable as possible. To engage with activity participants to offer an inclusive and enjoyable experience, which helps to ensure participants get the most from Wythenshawe Games.

Activity assistant

Date: Wednesday 27th July to Sunday 31st July
Time: 10.00am – 7.00pm (shifts of three hours throughout the day) Venue: Wythenshawe Park

Roles and responsibilities

.Assist coaches in checking site pre-activity
.Assist coaches in setting up equipment for activity
.Assist coaches in ensuring the activity is accessed by appropriate numbers of participants
.To assist the coach in delivering activity by reinforcing any coaching points as required .Promote participation in the activity by visitors to the park .Assist activity coaches in clearing away equipment as required .To be active in promoting the health and well-being of all participants
.To report any anti-social behavior, illegal activity or perceived dangers to the activity coaches

Placement offered by Manchester Sports Development Team

Contact – Nick Alogba

Phone – 0161 234 1136

Perks and volunteer incentives

Refreshments will be provided and a free event volunteer t-shirt. Volunteers doing full days will be provided with lunch. We are offering a free training package for volunteers supporting the Games
. Community Sport Leader Award – Tuesday 21st June @ The Wythenshawe Forum Centre / 10am – 3pm
. Active Kids for ALL Inclusive Community Training – Thursday 30th June @ The Wythenshawe Forum Centre / 1pm – 4pm .Event Management training – TBC
.Event safeguarding and customer service – TBC

Please do not reply to this email.