Get involved in Bristol's Paralympics Live Site With only 1 week until the London 2012 Paralympic Opening Ceremony there is still the chance for you to get involved with London 2012 Paralympic Live site in Bristol.
Bristol Olympic and Paralympic Volunteers Needed! There is STILL chance to get involved with a ‘once in a life-time’ opportunity and be part of the Bristol celebrations of London 2012! The West of England Sport Trust (Wesport) is looking for volunteers to help at Bristol’s Olympic and Paralympic events.
Olympic and Paralympic Volunteers Needed! The West of England Sport Trust (Wesport) are looking for volunteers to help at Bristol’s Olympic and Paralympic events.
PING! Bristol sign up to Sport Makers PING! Bristol and the West of England Sport Trust (Wesport) work in partnership to help inspire the next generation of sporting heros.
Students Sign Up to Become the Next Generation of Sporting Hero’s! Students from South Gloucestershire and Stroud College (WISE) have signed up to become the next generation of sporting hero’s through the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Legacy programme Sport Makers.
“DIAMOND” Volunteers Does your group have any volunteers who have served the community as long as the Queen? If so, VANS would like to thank them!
Seb Coe and Jonathan Edwards celebrate London 2012 Young Leaders success Young people from Aberdeen, Hull, and London are celebrating their two year participation in the London 2012 Young Leaders Programme, with LOCOG Chair, Seb Coe and double Olympic champion, Jonathan Edwards, before they take up high profile roles at the London 2012 Games.
Volunteer Opportunity with Wesport Wesport are offering an exciting 3 month volunteer placement to gain valuable event management, administration and sports development experience within a County Sports Partnership.
Volunteering opportunities with the University of the West of England - Centre for Sport A great way to enhance your CV and increase your chances of employability.
Minister meets next generation of Sporting Heros! The Minister for Sport and the Olympics, Hugh Robertson MP, saw first-hand how people from Buckinghamshire are being inspired to make sport happen in their local community after visiting a local Sport Makers workshop.