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ADCA is looking for even more volunteers to help us run our services which assist people to be socially active and independent and also to access health services. We are particularly looking for more voluntary drivers to bring people into our Tuesday Club, to help with running our Medical Transport Service by staffing our office in the Public Hall Annexe on a Monday or Thursday morning or by becoming a volunteer within our growing befriending service which visits
housebound people.

When you volunteer, the time you give is up to you. ADCA will help to arrange your volunteering around your other commitments. It will arrange for the DBS
(Disclosure and Barring Service) clearance, which all ADCA staff and volunteers have, and will provide appropriate training and support.

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If you are interested, please contact Tracey Humphries on 07845 495973, or email

Alternatively you can drop into our Tuesday Club at the Public Hall Annexe for a chat.

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