CLEAR is a small charity comprised of local residents and is involved in a range of actions including planting and growing, community art and heritage, workshops and more. This is your chance to get involved in community improvements to the neglected Buckhaven and Methil area.
CLEAR are looking for more local people to step up and share their views about practical ways to regenerate the community. The Management Committee meets monthly in Buckhaven to discuss local issues and practical ways in which the issues can be tackled. They’re looking for any local resident to take part in a monthly evening meeting which will guide the charity and seek to make a positive difference for the place and the people.
Don’t just sit and moan about how things are going but come along and see how we can all make improvements!
No details were provided about the training made available to volunteers. Please contact us to find out more.
CLEAR would welcome any local residents from across Levenmouth. No special skills are needed – of course, skills in areas such as finance, media/communication (including photography), HR, management, legal services, art, history, technical skills such as woodwork or engineering and catering are appreciated but everyone can bring something to the table.
You should have an interest in improving the local area and some enthusiasm to do so.
Restrictions on who can volunteer
No restrictions were specified.
CLEAR Management Committee meets every third Tuesday of each month (except December) from 6.30-8pm at its Hub at 36 College Street, Buckhaven KY8 1JY
To enquire/register an interest in this opportunity please call us on 0800 389 6046, e-mail us, or fill out this form:
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Help and Support
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