Volunteer fair coming to Royston

PUBLISHED: 17:53 22 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:53 22 February 2018

Could you be a volunteer?

Could you be a volunteer?


If you’re thinking you have a bit of time on your hands and would like to take up something rewarding, look no further.

If you’re thinking you have a bit of time on your hands and would like to take up something rewarding, look no further.

#TeamHerts Volunteering is throwing a volunteer fair in Royston town centre and hope people in Royston and the surrounding villages will come along to check out the range of opportunities there are.

Come and speak to a range of organisations looking to take more volunteers in the Royston and surrounding villages.

There will be free refreshments for all who attend, and a piece of cake for those who register their interest beforehand.

If you would like a stall at the event, call Kat on 01462 689 409 or email katshepherdson@teamherts.org – there are limited spaces and they will be given out prior to the event.

It’s on Wednesday, February 28, at Market Hill Rooms in Fish Hill.

Go to www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/royston-and-villages-volunteer-fair-tickets-39451860577 for tickets and www.teamherts.org for more on the charity.


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