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Drop-in session Monday 20th September 2-3pm via Teams.

9th September 2021

Come along to this drop-in information session to find out about the Volunteer Friendly Quality Assurance Award.

A brief presentation will be followed by Q&A session where you can ask about the benefits of this award for your group.

Informal and informative.
If you are interested contact Catherine Patterson


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