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Wildly Different 2019 Programme is now open!

We are excited to announce this year's Wildly Different 2019 Programme is now open for applications. 

Open to children and young people aged 7 - 16 and their families/carers this fantastic experience includes outdoor activities & day trips, weekends away, creative arts and the opportunity to make new friends and explore new spaces.

The Introductory Taster Days are taking place during May Half Term. 

To apply or to refer a child or young person head to the News section of the website to download the application form. 

We look forward to seeing you!

The team at Imayla :) 

 

 

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Volunteering

Millennium Volunteers Group offers advice, information and support around volunteering opportunities for 16-25s and organises taster days and residentials. You can also promote your volunteer needs.

The University of Bristol run an annual volunteering and recruitment fair in early spring - promote your project and recruit new volunteers.

Volunteer Bristol Job shop with volunteer activities for 16-25 - get in touch via their drop-in centre

BF Adventure has secured funding to recruit and train a bank of Volunteer Includers – their role will be to support children and young people with additional support needs to enable them to participate in activities at the centre. Visit their website for further information. 

Selecting Volunteers This guide covers how to develop an application process and how to select volunteers. Includes task descriptions, application forms, interviews and references. Available from Volunteering England.

A Real Part to Play is a resource pack for involving young people in community regeneration. The activities follow the stages of project development from planning young people's involvement to working with them and evaluating results. Available from the NCB website

Other websites to check out include:

www.studentvol.org.uk

www.mv-online.gov.uk

www.vso.org.uk

www.worldwidevolunteering.org.uk

www.csv.org.uk

www.youthinformation.com

www.do-it.org.uk

http://timebank.org.uk