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Wolds Volunteer Network

Wolds Volunteer Network

As part of the Coronation celebrations, King Charles III is placing great emphasis on volunteering and, as a way of acknowledging this, Driffield Town Council are launching the Wolds Volunteer Network.

The Council wish to create a directory of organisations from Driffield and the surrounding villages that welcome the involvement of volunteers. We wish to provide a simple, easily accessible way for those who want to help out in their community to access the groups who need volunteers!

To download an application form and have your organisation added to the list, please click here.

Below are the organisations who have already added their name to the list. If you would like to give your assistance to them, please contact them direct using the details shown.

OrganisationNature of Volunteer WorkContact NameContact NumberContact Email
2nd Driffield (Church of England) Scout GroupLeaders for Scouts, Cubs, and Beavers. Various rolesValerie Salter, Group Scout
Driffield Methodist ChurchProviding lunches for isolated people, helping with your persons and many other opportunitiesRichard Teal
Friends of the Beck (Driffield)Litter picking, and planting Darren
Girlguides (Rainbows, Brownies, GuidesHelp with unitsKathryn Blackburn07442
Ultra TrailsMarshalling at the start and end of eventsGrant Smalley07807
Wolds and Coast District ScoutsActivity planning, tea making, tidy uppers. Also willing to help at other events held by other groups when available to do so!Sheenagh Austin07961
Yorkshire Wolds RailwayPainting, track laying, shop work, driving etcGraham Danby01377