• Exciting opportunity to help protect ancient trees
• Artists work with Back from the Brink to save endangered species.
• Artists to work to bring this project to life in the minds and hearts of people
• Ancients of the Future – artists are holding free creative workshops to highlight the importance of ancient trees
• Creative art opportunities for local people with Ancients of the Future
• Fun, free half term activity for the family at Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal
• Plant a seedling to take home for the future
• Adult drawing workshops - be inspired by the ancient trees of Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal
• Your chance to take part to help to save endangered species that rely on ancient trees
• Ancients trees support over 2,000 species in the UK
• Looking after the Ancients – celebrating the ancient trees in your community
Local charity, Harrogate & Ripon Centres for Voluntary Service, have this week launched a brand new directory for people who live in the Harrogate District.
The online Where to Turn directory is free to use and contains information about over 600 charities and community activities around the local area. The directory is available on HARCVS’s website at www.harcvs.org.uk and is easy to search by location, type of service and opening times.
The Volunteer Centre at HARCVS is seeking nominations for this year’s Volunteering Oscars.
There are 16 different categories for nomination including ‘Unsung Hero of Ripon & Boroughbridge’. To nominate a volunteer please complete this short online nomination form before midnight on 10th October 2016: https://goo.gl/forms/Tl9E3IjattgZx4GJ2 rnrn