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Considered becoming a Trustee?

Why not join the existing elected unpaid volunteers who manage the Centre?

Apart from the ongoing day-to-day running, the modernisation programme is under way, and there is much to do to secure the future of this fine community resource.

There are a number of jobs available - something for everyone, in fact.

If you use the Centre in any capacity, you’ll be aware of some of its benefits:

None of this happens by magic - someone has to do something! We are short of bodies.

And that‘s where you come in…

Want to know more? What does a Trustee do? What are the rewards?

To find out, have a word with a real, breathing, Trustee.

Call Chair, Peter Hewetson-Brown on 01273 303 308.

The Centre is fully self-supporting, and receives no grants.

1.  Treasurer. Our present treasurer has retired.The role involves only a few hours per week. As most of the RWC management systems are computerised, access to a computer and the internet would be essential. The accounts are based on a spreadsheet system and familiarity with spreadsheets would be needed.

A background in finance or accountancy would be useful though not absolutely necessary.

2.  Secretary. Our secretary is retiring soon. This role would be very suitable for someone used to administration.

3.  Education Finance Officer. This role is to coordinate the pay for the course tutors and the caretakers. A financial background is not specifically required.The role takes two or three hours towards the end of the month.

4.  IT and Technology - The RWC uses computers and projectors for its courses and there is a need to deal with maintenance and occasional breakdowns.


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