ANGUSalive’s Volunteers’ Week Roadshow


29th May 2018

ANGUSalive, the culture, sports and leisure trust for Angus, joins national Volunteers' Week Scotland's celebration to highlight the huge contribution made by volunteers in their facilities across Angus.

ANGUSalive is teaming up with Voluntary Action Angus in a celebration of the vital contribution made by volunteers and to highlight that volunteering is for everyone and the difference volunteers make.

Colin, Douglas and Michael, volunteers at Forfar Loch Country Park commented:

"Volunteering gets us outside, which we enjoy. It gives our week a structure and something to look forward too. It also helps us socialise with others.”

Adam, a volunteer at Arbroath Library commented:

“I enjoy volunteering because it gives me a chance to share some skills I have with others. This is great as others get a chance to learn something different or take part in an activity that makes them happy. Volunteering is brilliant fun, everyone should get involved!"

ANGUSalive takes on volunteers to support their operations on an ad-hoc basis, for example, for short-term specific events or short-term programmes, or on a more regular basis. The charity aims to match volunteers to an opportunity that best suits their interests and welcomes enquiries from all ages and abilities. Anyone can join by replying to notices on social media or by contacting one of their culture, sport and leisure facilities.

Friday 1 June to Thursday 7 June from 10am-12pm and 2pm-4pm at the following venues:

Friday 1 June - Signal Tower Museum, Arbroath

Saturday 2 June - Montrose Sports Centre

Tuesday 5 June - Gateway to the Glens Museum, Kirriemuir

Wednesday 6 June - Carnoustie Library

Thursday 7 June - Monikie Country Park

Also at Forfar Community Campus from 11am-1pm and 4-6pm on Monday 4 June


ANGUSalive (SC046133) is the culture, sport and leisure trust for the county of Angus and has been operating since December 2015.

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