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Do you have a local Olympic Inspired Event?

posted 25 Jan 2012, 13:23 by Tomo   [ updated 25 Jan 2012, 13:25 ]
The Three Rivers Voluneer Centre is looking for events or activities that can be linked to the London Olympics.

If you or your organisation already have ideas to develop projects, or indeed already have events set up, then why not look at way of making them more Olympic inspired and gain access to a number of key benefits by registering  your organisation and event. Contact the Volunteer Centre (details below) for more information.

 

Benefits for Organisations / Sports Clubs

·         use of the Inspired by London 2012 Logo

·         increased capacity by involving more volunteers

·         extra volunteers for Olympic inspired events to help on a one-off basis

·         access to branding and communications networks to increase awareness

·         be part of a countywide Cultural Olympiad programme

 

Benefits for volunteers

If you are inspired by the London 2012 Olympics, this is your opportunity to take part in local Games related activities. You’ll meet new people, learn new skills and feel part of your local community.

 

Create Olympic Inspired Opportunities that will

·         Benefit your local community now or/and in the future

·         Be an opportunity that celebrates the 2012 Games

·         Have a demonstrable link with the 2012 Games

 

Some examples could be, Olympic themed:

·         Community Events – cultural fairs/fetes/fun days

·         Sports Days and events

·         Exhibitions including Arts, Crafts, textiles etc

·         Community Projects – walks/fashion shows/dance shows

·         Community Lunches

 

If you are already working towards developing such an event or would like further support then please contact me to arrange a visit to look at how we can work together


Nayesh Radia
Olympic Volunteer Co-ordinator
Volunteer Centre Three Rivers
Basing House, 46 High Street
Rickmansworth. WD3 1HP
01923 711174
vcm.trcvs@speedinternet.co.uk
www.cvs-threerivers.org.uk



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