We need volunteers for the following ATU activities coming up in January and February! Please let us know if you would be interested in volunteering at any of these events and further information will be provided:
Sunday January 23rd, 9-12noon - Foreshore walk lead by Andrew Richardson, CAT (x2 volunteers for marshalling, stout walking boots required)
Sunday 6th February, 9-12noon - Foreshore walk lead by Andrew Richardson, CAT (x2 volunteers for marshalling, stout walking boots required)
Wednesday 9th February, 9.30 - 3.30pm - stand at Skills Fair, Leas Cliff Hall (rota of people needed for manning stand at careers fair for 16 year olds from local secondary schools, to accompany staff from CAT)
Tuesday 22nd February, evening - ATU public open forum at the Salvation Army Hall, Canterbury Road, Folkestone (registration, meet and greet, refreshments)
This is also a reminder that the next volunteer outreach meeting is being held from 6-7.30pm at UCF next Wednesday 19th January. I have also attached the rota of meetings for 2011 - please note time change to 6-7.30pm. The group will meet monthly at UCF. At next week's meeting we will be looking at marketing materials for the project, we will be putting together a PowerPoint the explains the project for taking out to groups and societies and re visit activities for the outreach group in 2011.
=================================== Hannah Lewis Project Manager A Town Unearthed: Folkestone Before 1500
University Centre Folkestone Glassworks Mill Bay Folkestone CT20 1JG
m: 07872 424550 t: 01303 850614 (Folkestone People's History Centre office at UCF) e: email@example.com
This is part of my website The Folkestone Gerald that I built in a fury of excitement when I first came to Folkestone in approximately 2004. I'd been a frequent visitor for a few years previous to that but I am technically one of those Down From Londons you get now. The site was updated more frequently with a calendar of events and voting for favourite places and things, and I know it was a useful resource for those who were thinking of moving to the area. Now I've moved out of Folkestone again (though just a couple of miles) it doesn't get as much love as it used to. Ironic really as The town is now becoming the exciting place we knew it was about to become. I am not Gerald BTW, the name comes from a pretend newspaper in an episode of Brasseye or something, the Portsmouth Gerald, and how there is a local paper here called the Folkestone Herald. Puns like this are GRATE aren't they? Do get in touch if you have anything to offer, email anythign @ this domain, or try @folkestone or @pauly on the twitter.