I love my role as a volunteer, not only do I help in the Church, I assist in the Centre with the Jack & Jill group but more recently I have helped behind the bar at one of the many fabulous shows held in the main hall. This has been very therapeutic for me because just recently my husband has passed away and I have found that not only do I feel that I am contributing to the Centre but I have found new friends and lots of support. There are so many different roles to help with and I hope that they will continue to seek my assistance.
The St Mary’s Centre was buzzing last Saturday night. It’s thank you to Echo 42 for bringing us fresh, versatile and authentic 1940’s sounds of the big bands to the Ribble Valley Music Festival and making this another success, as confirmed by the strong feedback from a delighted audience. Your total production brought a true representation of the music of that era to compliment the wide range of music in the festival. This event happened in our main hall, which is for hire.
Staff and volunteers from the St Mary’s Centre will soon be trained in the art of blogging, by Clitheroe based business leader and digital communities specialist Anna Morris.
New web site
The training follows the recent launch of the centre’s new website. The new mobile friendly and Open Source site means the Centre’s digital presence is as attractive and accessible as their meeting room, main hall and sports hall!
News, reviews and more
After the staff have been to the relaxed and enjoyable training day, you will soon find interesting news, reviews and much more on the blog section of the website. Click here to take a look!