Found 5858 organisations and services

7 Azalea Close, Cyncoed, Cardiff, CF237HR

Opportunity to use facilities for meetings in remote Cambrian Mountains. Sleeping accomodation.

Ty Canol, 1-3 Pendre, Cardigan, SA431JL
01239 615131

Restoring Cardigan Castle will be completed by summer 2015. Volunteers engaged in fundraising activities, monthly meetings.

Provided by Printers in the Sticks Tregaron
Canolfan Edward Richard Centre, Ystrad Meurig, Tregaron, SY256AA
01974 831488

Term time 10 sessions (2hrs)@�20 per term. Printing techniques

The Welsh Wildlife Centre, Cilgerran, Cardigan, SA432TB
01239 621600

Volunteering opportunities for habitat mamnagement works. Must be over 16 or with a guardian.

The Welsh Wildlife Centre, Cilgerran, Cardigan, SA432TB
01239 621600

Volunteers (14+) to assist in reception of Visitor Centre offering information, shop,café and events.

Provided by Women In Tune Music Festival Lampeter
Swn y Ddol, Llanfair Clydogau, Lampeter, SA488LD

Women only Music Festival with professional musicians and creative workshops. Well being area and 'girlzone'for girls under 16. All ages welcome (boys up to 5 welcome). Volunteers support people with...

Shaw House, 27 West Way, Oxford, OX20QH

Grants and support for farmers experiencing exceptionally difficult circumstances of a temporary nature.(Could be through accident,adverse weather, illness,disease in herd,general financial hardship,...

Shaw House, 27 West Way , Oxford , OX20QH
0808 281 9490

Grants and support for retired farmers or disabled or having had an accident experiencing financial hardship or on low incomes. The committee meet every 6 weeks to give grants, though can be fast trac...

Shaw House, West Way, Oxford, OX20QH
0808 281 9490

Financial advice and support for any agricultural worker in crisis or need help to access full state benefits. Advisory team and welfare officers help clients through complexities of welfare benefits...

Shaw House, West Way, Oxford , OX20QH
0808 281 9490

To provide farmers with the funding that they could otherwise not afford to undertake vocational training courses leading to secondary employment on or off the farm to bring in extra money where the farm alone...