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test_newsletter-Warwick Volunteers Newsletter - Term 3 Week 2

Don’t forget to fill in your hours log

If you volunteer 20 hours or more, you can get a Warwick Volunteers Certificate! You can download the Volunteering Log to fill in your volunteering hours over the term and then bring it into the office or email it in to us: volunteers at warwick dot ac dot uk

Deadline: Friday 18th May (Term 3 Week 4) to receive your Warwick Volunteers certificate.

Your hours need to be verified by a Project Leader or the key contact for your volunteering activity. To find out more visit:

Complete the Warwick Volunteers Survey - £100 Voucher Prize Draw

Completing the survey gives the staff of Warwick Volunteers an insight into what volunteering opportunities you want, what works well already or what we could adapt to provide better services for you! As you are a member of Warwick Volunteers, you are eligible, whether you have or have not volunteered. We rely on your answers to help us plan next year’s activities and it’s really helpful to know why people did or didn’t volunteer.
Please click here to take the survey.

Guys Cliffe
Bring Back Guy's Cliffe need you to help restore this Historical landmark back to its former glory.
Guy's Cliffe has a long and varied history. From its humble beginnings as a secluded place of worship in the 5th century... The legends of Sir Guy of Warwick which secured its place in folklore... The establishment of a chapel in the 15th century by will of King Henry V... The Tudor period ownership as a timber framed house!
Warwick Volunteers will be helping with general conservation work, helping to cut back overgrown bushes and trees. Full training will be given on the day.
Transport from campus provided.
Date: Tuesday 15 May
Time: 10:10 - 15:30

Bluebell Woodland Walk - Warwick University to Canley Woodlands and Kenilworth Greenway
Explore the beautiful countryside surrounding the University of Warwick, on a guided walk that visits ancient woodlands, lakes, ponds and streams. Woods look fabulous in springtime when stunning bluebell flowers cover the woodland floor.
Friends of Canley Green Spaces will be leading the walk using public right of way footpaths. The 6.5 mile circular route is easy to walk and should take about 4 hours to complete.
Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and sturdy footwear, as short sections of the path may be muddy or uneven.
Date: Saturday 19 May
Time: 10:30 - 14:30

Help organise the Food and Culture Festival
The Food and Culture Festival will take place on 30th June 2018. It is aimed at strengthening community cohesion of the people who live and work in Coventry, it is a multicultural celebration of food and heritage. There’s a huge opportunity for student volunteers to get involved in this project including leaflet/poster design, leafleting, promoting project on social media, organising networking workshops, facilitating workshops delivery, setting up and running the event on the day.
If you would be interested in joining the planning team, please contact Noor Aziz: DrNor dot Aziz at hotmail dot co dot uk

This is an external opportunity.