'Twechar: An oral history of a pit village' is proving to be so successful that we now need more volunteers to help us cope with demand!
We have a long list of people who would love to be interviewed for this project and we are now organising a third tranche of oral history training for new volunteers to help us to do this. If you can spare around three hours per week, want to volunteer with a really lovely project and work within a supportive group of people, and are keen to learn new skills - please contact the project coordinator, asap!
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT:
Annette Allison (Project Co-ordinator) tel 07989241962
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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