The Annual LB Market Survey is LIVE! Follow the link to fill in with your feedback about the market and the town centre. Paper copies are available from The White House, LB Library and Gennaro’s Hairdressers on Bridge St. Your feedback is really important to us, Many Thanks in advance.
Community Speed Watch is a scheme to help people reduce traffic speeding through their neighbourhood. If you'd like to join a Community Speed Watch group near you, or want to know more about the scheme: Email: WatchSchemes@bedfordshire.pnn.police.uk or complete our registration form on the website.
Spectrum Community Arts
Spectrum Community Arts provides performing arts workshops for people with disabilities and additional needs. Spectrum volunteers... join us for a session every week and dance along with our participants to help them engage in the performing arts workshops. Sessions in Leighton Buzzard, Milton Keynes & Bletchley. Email email@example.com for more information.
Community Garden Drop in sessions
We invite volunteers to help us in the new community garden at Parson's Close Recreation Ground. Learn new skills and meet other members of your community. Drop-in sessions run weekly from March-October, Thursday mornings from 10am-11:30am. Kealey Henderson, Project Officer, M: 07702 941445, E: firstname.lastname@example.org
We need your support now, volunteer with Girlguiding in Bedfordshire and inspire girls. To find out more, please visit our website.
Volunteer for Keech
Keech store in Leighton Buzzard are looking for volunteers. To find out more, give them a call on 01582 497659 or visit their website.
Leighton Buzzard Mencap
Are you interested in giving back to your community? Do you have experience of running a youth group or weekly club? Would you like to expand your skill set, lead a fabulous team and provide exciting and invaluable opportunities to young people with learning disabilities and additional needs? And are you available on a Thursday evening for a couple of hours, with additional time to put towards planning? Then becoming a volunteer Leader at High 5s might just be the thing for you! We are currently looking for at least two new adult volunteers who can take on the leadership of the group, which is supported by a team of weekly group volunteers.
Citizens Online Volunteer Digital Champions
Are you looking for a volunteering opportunity? Citizens Online are looking for volunteer Digital Champions to help teach others how to do simple tasks online that will change their lives? If you are interested in this please email email@example.com or call for free on 0808 196 5883.
The charity Reengage run local tea parties for people aged 75 and over and who live alone. They are looking for volunteer coordinators, hosts and drivers.
Have you ever considered becoming a school governor? Beaudesert Lower School have vacancies within the school and would welcome expressions of interest from anyone within Leighton Buzzard and the surrounding areas. Contact the school for more information.
Join the Timebank
Could you give an hour of your time to help someone? For each hour that you give you also gain an hour of free help with anything that you need. Timebanking is a great way to share your skills, make friends and feel supported by your community. Contact them for more information.
Volunteer Roles at Ascott Estate
“It's a brand-new year! Are you looking for a new challenge? A place to form friendships, spend more time in nature or be part of your local heritage? Ascott could be the place for you! Ascott’s volunteers add something special to every visit, from our House Volunteers telling stories about the amazing art collections, to Visitor Experience Volunteers pointing out hidden features and flowers in the Gardens, to Gardens Volunteers helping our team behind the scenes to create beautiful floral displays for our visitors to enjoy. If you are great with people, like to chat, can bring a story to life and like to be part of a fun, enthusiastic team, we'd love to hear from you! If this sounds like the role for you, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bedfordshire Dog Watch
Our Dog Watch scheme encourages dog owners and walkers to be the extra eyes and ears within the community. You have the opportunity to spot anything out of place or suspicious while walking the dog – and report it to us. This includes: suspicious activity or vehicles, graffiti and vandalism, nuisance vehicles and speeding, antisocial behaviour, fly-tipping, dog fouling, hare-coursing, dog-related incidents, abandoned vehicles. We'll provide ongoing support, an induction and training, as well as a high viz jacket, attack alarm, torch and notebook.
Calling all Horse Riders. If you ride regularly in this area , you could play a vital part in helping your community. Bedfordshire Police is asking local riders to be the eyes and ears of their community through our Horse Watch Scheme. Horse Watch volunteers patrol in pairs and report anything suspicious or out of the ordinary. for more info email WatchSchemes@beds.police.uk