09:00AM, Sunday 15 November 2015
The first Thames Hospice Volunteering Fair was held on Wednesday.
Those who were interested in volunteering at the hospice in Hatch Lane, could find out information about the opportunities which are available.
These included the 14 shops it has across Thames Valley.
They could also ask current staff questions and find out about current vacancies.
Volunteers are the main driving force behind the hospice. Its current team of 450 provide nursing and medical care for those with serious illnesses as well as support for family and friends.
Jenn Johnson, head of volunteering, said: “The volunteers we have at Thames Hospice are really fantastic and we would love to increase our team to bring an even greater diversity of skills and experience to our work.”
The fair took place at Thames Hospice in Hatch Lane.
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