This is the latest edition of the Sanderstead local policing team’s newsletter.
Croydon’s First Festival of Peace
What Does Peace Mean To You?
Everyone is invited to be involved in a cross-cultural, cross-arts, interfaith celebration of Peace in 2017. As the world remembers the centenary of the end of WWI, we can make a powerful, colourful, vibrant declaration of peace. Continue reading
Here’s the latest newsletter from the local policing team for Purley.
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A helpful post from Croydon Voluntary Action
As summers here and you have been thinking about ways to engage young people in interesting, fun and purposeful activities. Many young people who want to volunteer their time are turned away due to bureaucracy and lack of innovative thinking.
The Mayor of London has funded training and resources to help charities involve more young volunteers. These were shared with groups during May’s Volunteer Co-ordinator’s Forum.
– Insurance can easily be changed to include younger volunteers – talk to your insurance providers about the roles they will be doing and how they will be supported, it shouldn’t increase costs.
– Creating short, flexible roles makes it easier for young people to get involved and it maybe easier and fun for you to manage a short term project.
– What damage are we doing by turning people away when they are young – it’s up to us to find…
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Here is the monthly newsletter from the local policing team, covering the Croydon council ward of West Thornton, aiming to keep people up to date with local policing issues.
Email – WestThornton.email@example.com
Tel – 07920 233 884
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