Volunteer Induction Training - All Welcome!

Volunteer Induction Training - All Welcome!

Please come to our next Induction Training session for Horsell Prepared Volunteers - new and existing. If you want to help out Horsell in an emergency, come along to our training to find out exactly how it will work, and how our team of volunteers can help.

It's on Monday 22nd October, at 7.15pm for a 7.30pm start, at the St. Andrew's Room at St. Mary's Church, Church Hill, Horsell.

What is Horsell Prepared?

Horsell Prepared offers an opportunity - without any time commitment - to support your local community here in Horsell in a really simple way.

We're building a long list of volunteers (as well as linking with other local groups) so we have as many people to call upon as possible in the event of a local emergency or incident. Volunteers will assist and support emergency services or authorities (not doing their job for them!).

You will not be asked to take any risks or do anything you do not want to do.

We hope you'd like to be involved. If so, come along to our Induction Training meeting to find out more.
22 Oct 2018 at 7:15pm
St Andrew's Room, St Mary's Church
Church Hill
GU21 4SS

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Otherwise known as the Horsell Resilience Team, Horsell Prepared aims to create a co-ordinated volunteer capability to help Horsell deal with any future emergency or incident affecting multiple households in Horsell.

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