CSV Action Desk at BBC Radio Lincolnshire wants you
to try something new.
you one of the people who have given blood?
date we've asked you to donate pints of blood; count birds in your
garden for a charity bird survey; we've asked you to think about
becoming a foster parent and appealed for you and your four legged
friends to help search for missing people by joining a voluntary
dog rescue team.
There are lots of ways of getting involved in your local community
and the CSV Action Desk team are there to tell you how you can here
also let you know about learning opportunites. Already this year
we've worked with the British Red Cross and trained people with
basic first aid skills. Adult Learners week was featured and many
exciting and new activites being run across Lincolnshire were highlighted.
To find out about learning something new and future courses we'll
be running, give the team a call.
Edwards and Sue Taylor run the Action Desk at BBC Radio Lincolnshire
Community Service Volunteers, is a national charity which works
with the BBC to run a network of local radio Action Desks. The BBC
Radio Lincolnshire Action Desk is run by Sue Edwards and Sue Taylor
and their team of dedicated volunteers.
you'd like to give your time to help others then give the Action
Desk a call, or if you have an idea for a campaign which you think
could inspire others to get involved in their local community or
learn something new, then get in touch with the Action Desk.
the CSV Action Desk a call.
CSV Action Desk is just a phone call away. We're open every weekday
between 9am and 4pm. Or you can leave a message on our answerphone
out of hours. You can hear regular updates throughout the day at
10.15am, 11,15am and 12.15pm and with Melvyn Prior between 1pm and
us on 01522 821000
can also take a look at CSV's national website - www.csv.org.uk*
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