THE Battle of the Somme is one of the most infamous and devastating tragedy’s in history with families across Europe suffering heartache. So to pay tribute to local heroes, members of the community came out in force to clean the Cenotaph in Guildhall Square in preparation for a memorial service one week from today.
If you could go back and be sweet 16 all over again, what would you do differently? What advice would you give to your 16 year old self? Would it make a difference to who you are now and would the opportunities that you have discovered in life be the same… or even better?
This year&#039;s National Volunteers’ Week focused on - The Big Celebration – encouraging organisations to highlight stories of individuals who already volunteer and to identify volunteers who have made a huge difference within their communities through their volunteering effort.
Read about the international volunteering experiences of one of our new volunteer Community reporters, Amie Edwards-Mclean, as she volunteered in a Borneo Orang-utan sanctuary just like Paul O&amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;amp;#039;Grady...
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Cities of Service supports mayors to leverage citizen service strategies, addressing local needs and making government more effective.