If you have ever thought about volunteering but haven’t got the time, think again.
Volunteers are vital to our community. We have lots of opportunities for volunteering from meals-on-wheels to support in our centres for the community, from countryside volunteers to healthy walk leaders.
Where can you volunteer?
Find out about volunteer opportunities:
Become an Elmbridge countryside volunteer
If you care about your environment and want to do something to make a difference, why not join our group of countryside volunteers? They meet on the last Wednesday of the month for a variety of conservation tasks across our local countryside sites.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Senior Countryside Ranger on 07753 317941 or 07793 259536.
Become a healthy walks volunteer
If you enjoy walking and want to improve lives in your area, why not become a 'Walking for Health' walk leader.
We are actively recruiting for walk leaders to lead short walks (10-30 minute walks). If you feel that you could help other walkers, less agile than yourself, we would love to talk to you.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer walk leader or deputy leader, you will be required to attend a minimum of one day's free training. We also offer a free one-day first aid course. For further information please email email@example.com.
Find out more about our healthy walks programme.
Volunteer with a sports club
Volunteers are the key to a successful sports club. There are various ways sports clubs can recruit volunteers, either through existing memberships or by contacting and advertising for specific positions through Volunteer Action Elmbridge, the local volunteer centre.
If you want to become a volunteer for a local club, or have another volunteer opportunity in mind, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try and assist you.
At Elmbridge we recognise how important work experience is for those who are looking to take their first steps into a great career. A wide range of jobs are available in local government that give students the opportunity to develop their skills and gain invaluable experience of working life.
If you are a student who lives locally, or attends school or college in the borough, and are interested in learning about how local government serves the community then we would be interested in hearing from you.
When enquiring about a work experience placement (of up to two weeks) please make sure you include the following:
- an up-to-date CV (including the name and address of the school/college you attend, your date of birth and your home address)
- the dates you are available to work
- a brief paragraph on your work interests and aspirations
Please send any enquiries to email@example.com who will do their best to find the right placement for you.