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Volunteer Call Out: Relaunch of Live Events and Growth of Starlings

two volunteers stand either side of the large Memo sign outside the building. They are wearing their Memo Volunteer tshirts and are both beaming. In the foreground are the bushes and grass at the front of the Memo and behind the large sign is the front of the building with its large windows and red brick.

Volunteers play a vital role at Memo Arts Centre. They help to deliver fabulous projects and services, both in the venue and out in the community. The Memo is on the lookout for enthusiastic and dependable volunteers of all ages (18+). There are lots of reasons to want to join. You might want to support more cultural events in Barry. Perhaps you want to share or develop work skills, or just want to give back and meet new people.

The Memo’s popular Starlings¬†sessions for toddlers and their grown-ups is growing to two weekly sessions so there is a need for more volunteers to help with making coffees, cleaning toys and joining in.

Due to the recent relaunch of live events, there are also vacancies for Meet & Greeters, and Box Office volunteers. If you are computer confident with a friendly phone manner, the Memo can train you on the ticketing system.

The venue will train and support you all the way to develop your skills and confidence in an accessible, friendly and welcoming environment.

Front of House Volunteer at the Memo, Liz Sullivan, has valued the experience: “Volunteering at the Memo is a great opportunity to meet a variety of people. It has given me a chance to do something worthwhile with my spare time.”

Contact volunteer@memoartscentre.co.uk or 01446 400111 to get involved.

 

two volunteers stand either side of the large Memo sign outside the building. They are wearing their Memo Volunteer tshirts and are both beaming. In the foreground are the bushes and grass at the front of the Memo and behind the large sign is the front of the building with its large windows and red brick. A flyer is held in front of the colourful Barry Island beach huts on a gloriously sunny day. The flyer has the Memo logo and the words "Volunteer in Barry" in English and WelshA volunteer sits centrally in the foreground with her back to the camera. On it, the t-shirt reads I've got your back. Three participants in masks are listening to her give directions. They are in the Memo's main space.

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