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Volunteering opportunities

Community transport

Most community transport services in Pembrokeshire are run by volunteers.  There are opportunities for drivers and non-drivers.  If you are interested in joining as a volunteer please call 0800 783 1584.

www.pembrokeshiretransport.co.uk (opens new window)

Volunteering Pembrokeshire

Volunteering Pembrokeshire at PAVS matches volunteers with volunteering opportunities

Tel PAVS on 01437 769422 or email volunteering@pavs.org.uk

Experience Counts Project

Experience Counts aims to help people over 50 develop their skills by increasing their confidence, skills and qualifications and supporting them to move into employment, volunteering, education and learning. If you are aged 50 years or over and are not in employment, education or training then you are probably eligible for the project. For further information please ring 01437 776437 or 01437 775265, Futureworks - Experience Counts  

Good Neighbour Scheme

Good Neighbour Schemes provide support through volunteers Pembrokeshire Good Neighbour Schemes

Voluntary work with WRVS

The Woman's Royal Voluntary Service (WRVS)  is one of the UK's largest volunteering organisations.

For more details on volunteering opportunities with WRVS in Pembrokeshire please ring 0845 600 5885. 

50+ Forum

Another way to be involved in planning and supporting older people's services in Pembrokeshire is to join the 50 + Central Forum, supported by the Older Persons' Strategy Co-ordinator and Older Persons' Champion. For more details please contact the Older Persons Strategy Co-ordinator at Pembrokeshire County Council on 01437 764551 or email 50+forum@pembrokeshire.gov.uk 

Interreg - Wales/Ireland AGe Friendly Communities

This is a European funded programme to develop activities where older and younger people work together on projects in their communities. For further information please contact the Intergenerational Development & Planning Officer at Pembrokeshire County Council on 01437 764551.

 

 

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