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GB volunteers needed for 3Generate

21 Jun 2018

Aged 18 plus? Fancy volunteering at an event for your Queen's Award or DofE?

3Generate is the Methodist Church children and youth assembly, for young people associated with the Methodist Church, aged between 8 and 23 years of age.

The event takes place on the weekend of the 23-25 of November 2018 at Pontin’s Southport.

3Generate is in particular need of experienced volunteers on the roving youth team, chalet hosts, additional needs one on one support and the 8-11s venue facilitation team.

They pay travel expenses for a briefing day and for travel to and from the event and, if required, planning meetings. Accommodation and food are provided at the event.

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