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Restorative Hub expands, seeking twenty five new volunteers

Restorative Hub expands, seeking twenty five new volunteers

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DEDICATED local residents, who are committed to helping to solve conflict and neighbourhood disputes, are being sought as part of new volunteering opportunities. The Restorative Hub is seeking twenty five volunteers throughout County Durham and Darlington, who have a keen interest in mediation. These new volunteer roles will help those suffering conflict to resolve their own problems. PCVC Ron Hogg said....
Date:
Thursday 11th May 2017
Restorative Hub expands, seeking twenty five new volunteers

Restorative Hub expands, seeking twenty five new volunteers

Description
DEDICATED local residents, who are committed to helping to solve conflict and neighbourhood disputes, are being sought as part of new volunteering opportunities. The Restorative Hub is seeking twenty five volunteers throughout County Durham and Darlington, who have a keen interest in mediation. These new volunteer roles will help those suffering conflict to resolve their own problems. PCVC Ron Hogg said....
Date:
Thursday 11th May 2017
Big-hearted residents take to the small screen

Big-hearted residents take to the small screen

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ENTHUSIASTIC residents who give back to their communities are taking to the small-screen, thanks to a month-long campaign starting today.Ahead of national Volunteers Week (1-7 June), volunteers throughout County Durham and Darlington are recording a series of short videos, as part of an online campaign hosted by Ron Hogg, Durham's Police, Crime and Victims' Commissioner. Ron said:....
Date:
Tuesday 2nd May 2017
Victims of crime reminded about free, confidential support service

Victims of crime reminded about free, confidential support service

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Victims of crime in Cleveland, County Durham and Darlington are being urged to take advantage of a free confidential support service provided by Victim Care and Advice Service (VCAS), one year since it began.Funded by Cleveland Police and Crime Commissioner Barry Coppinger and Durham Police, Crime and Victims' Commissioner Ron Hogg, VCAS helps victims make positive steps in their lives...
Date:
Wednesday 12th April 2017
Volunteers sought for expanding Community Peer Mentors scheme

Volunteers sought for expanding Community Peer Mentors scheme

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ENTHUSIASTIC AND kind-hearted volunteers, from all backgrounds and experiences, are being sought from the Durham City and surrounding areas to help vulnerable and isolated people in the community...
Date:
Tuesday 4th April 2017
 
 
 
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