Guides needed to lead Arundel history treks

Could you lead entertaining and informative walks around Arundel? ''D15031030a
Could you lead entertaining and informative walks around Arundel? ''D15031030a
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LEADERS with a passion for history are needed to help guide visitors on tours around Arundel.

The Arundel Museum Society, founded in 1964, runs special walks around the historic town.

The society is appealing for more volunteers to come forward so it can expand these trails.

The walk leader would be responsible for setting a route and delivering a ‘walking lecture’ packed with interesting local history facts.

Group sizes would range from eight to 20. Training is provided for all volunteers.

The role would suit retired teachers, lecturers, or those with a dramatics background.

For more information on any of the roles featured this week, please call Volunteer Now! on 01243 864220, or email: volunteernow@vaac.org.uk or visit www.vaac.org.uk

Projectionists are needed to help screen films at a village community centre.

The Angmering Community Centre Association, which runs the community facility in Foxwood Avenue, is looking for someone to replace the existing projectionist who will be leaving the role later this year.

The community film screenings take place on the second Saturday evening of each month, with the exception of August and December.

Training would be available until the current projectionist leaves in July.

The centre is also looking for a new café assistant to serve refreshments on a Wednesday morning from 10.30am to 12.30pm.

Trustees are needed to help drive a transport charity forward into the future.

Arun Co-ordinated Community Transports, based at the Rudford Industrial Estate in Ford, needs new supporters to help run the cause and gain new bookings.

The charity helps transport thousands of disabled and elderly residents across the Arun district every year.

A double-decker bus driver is needed to help keep the wheels turning of an Angmering youth organisation.

The Angmering Youth Forum provides a safe, mobile meeting place for the village’s young people inside its specially-converted bus.

The charity is now seeking new drivers to help steer the base across the community.

The group’s aim is to slash anti-social behaviour in the area by offering a facility for youngsters to kick back and relax in.

Volunteers would need to be 25 or older and have a clean driving licence – although a specialist HGV or PSV licence is not needed.