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Group Leaders Needed!
By Conquest Art on 7th February 2022

Your few hours a week could make a real difference to people’s lives. Sadly, two of our group leaders had to step down from their role and we are seeking  replacements for our Dorking and Worcester Park art groups.

The group leader will be the main contact person between Head Office and the group and is responsible for managing the volunteer team. All our art groups need a team of volunteers, which have a variety of different gifts from organisational skills, artistic experience to someone dealing with the money or making the tea. But most of all we need your enthusiasm to help create a friendly welcoming environment where members feel relaxed and able to make the most of their time with us.  The helpers set up the room with art materials and clears away at the end of each session. During the group you can provide help, guidance, and artistic ideas if you can. The aim of the group is for an informal and collaborative environment in which to produce the best possible outcome for group members. Tea, coffee, biscuits, or cake are usually served during the session.

Volunteers are the people who make Conquest Art possible.

The Dorking group will be held every Thursday (except the 3rd Thursday of the month) at the United Reformed Church from 2:00 to 4:00pm (excluding setting up and clearing away time).

The Worester Park group will be held every Tuesday at St Mary’s Cuddington Church from 1:30 to 3:30pm (excluding setting up and clearing away time).

We would like to re-open the above groups in the next couple of months if we have the recruited the group leaders and have the team of volunteers.

Could you run and join one of our art teams?

Please contact us for more information and on how you can be involved in the team.

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