Cycling UK's Volunteer Celebration

Tom Page
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Cycling UK's Volunteer Celebration

Postby Tom Page » 1 Oct 2020, 12:40pm

This Saturday is our annual Volunteer Celebration! This year the event will be entirely online perfect for the not-so-nice weather forecast! Join us for an afternoon and evening of online workshops and training aimed at increasing the numbers of people cycling in the UK by giving our volunteers, groups and clubs the tools they need to be welcoming and open to all. You can find more info and sign up here - https://www.cyclinguk.org/volunteer/going-extra-mile-our-volunteering-awards.

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Re: Cycling UK's Volunteer Celebration

Postby gaz » 1 Oct 2020, 10:48pm

One more Zoom webinar squeezed into my schedule, thanks for the reminder :D .
There'll be tarmac over, the white cliffs of Dover ...

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Re: Cycling UK's Volunteer Celebration

Postby gaz » 2 Oct 2020, 9:36am

Will the various webinars also be available to view in a recorded format at a later date?
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Re: Cycling UK's Volunteer Celebration

Postby PH » 2 Oct 2020, 9:54am

Tom Page wrote:This Saturday is our annual Volunteer Celebration!

Thanks for the info Tom, but it would have been appreciated earlier. I may have missed any announcement before this and the email on the same day, but it's too late to re-arrange the day.

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Re: Cycling UK's Volunteer Celebration

Postby Tom Page » 2 Oct 2020, 10:03am

gaz wrote:Will the various webinars also be available to view in a recorded format at a later date?


Yes, we plan to record all the sessions so you'll be able to watch them at a later date, perfect for passing the time on the turbo trainer as the weather turns nasty!

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Re: Cycling UK's Volunteer Celebration

Postby gaz » 3 Oct 2020, 8:17pm

Tom Page wrote:Yes, we plan to record all the sessions so you'll be able to watch them at a later date, perfect for passing the time on the turbo trainer as the weather turns nasty!

Good news as the best laid schemes o’ Mice an’ Men gang aft agley, i.e. I forgot :oops: .

Edit: I've since been sent an email with a link to the recording.
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