Public Appointments

The View Community Café, Netley

The View Community Café in Netley is looking for café volunteers and community volunteers. Café volunteer tasks include:

  • Helping with daily jobs such as cleaning, making drinks and serving customers
  • Supporting Special Educational Need students in their work experience
  • Helping build community links and providing a warm, welcoming space for local residents

Tasks for Community Volunteers include:

  • Attending community groups and events and providing a friendly face and a listening ear for local residents
  • Helping vulnerable members of the community access and enjoy activities
  • Encouraging community involvement and helping to address community needs

Training on Food Safety & Hygiene Level 2 Course for Catering is provided. Hours are 9.30am-2.30pm Wednesday & Friday, 12-5pm Thursday, 9.30am- 1.30pm weekends (flexible to availability).

For further information contact Volunteer Centre One Community on   023 8090 2458 or e-mail [email protected]

The Community Hub, Hedge End

The Community Hub is Hedge End Town Council’s Youth Centre for young people aged 11-21. They are looking for volunteers for two different sessions (see below). They need enthusiastic, reliable and dedicated individuals with a passion for supporting young people. In house and external training is provided.

Volunteer Youth Practitioners – The Community Hub is looking for volunteers to assist their staff team each Wednesday evening 4.30-7pm at a youth club for 8-11 year olds. Young people come to chill out with friends or make new ones! The club provides refreshments, table tennis, pool, PS3, X-Box 360, TV room, music studio, films, cookery, tuck shop, info and advice. They run a structured curriculum of fun events and activities which they greatly need your support to deliver, and they are looking for enthusiastic, reliable and dedicated individuals with a passion for supporting young people.

Volunteer Youth Practitioners Learning Disability Session – The Community Hub is looking for volunteers to add to the staff team each Friday evening at The Friday Night Project for young people aged 11 to 21 with additional needs. These include Autistic Spectrum difficulties. The session times are 6.30-9pm. Volunteers will be expected to engage young people in a range of both formal and informal learning opportunities. Including arts/crafts, discussion groups and cookery, as well as assist on trips and other planned activities.

An ability to remain calm and resourceful in sometimes challenging situations would be beneficial as would experience of working with children/young people with SEN.

For further information contact Volunteer Centre One Community on   023 8090 2458 or e-mail [email protected]