Robert Colebourne

I was interested in volunteering at the Community Hub as I always like helping people making sure that they get support and a friendly greeting. I sort out any problems they have and pass on to the correct people, and try to get answers back quickly. It is a pleasure to know that you have helped someone and they go home feeling like someone has helped them.

Richard Culverhouse

I am the last remaining charter member of Trowbridge Lions which I joined in 1974. I joined because I wanted to give something back to the community in which I worked and lived.  

Sarah Doman

I came to the Hub for help to write my P.I.P. application and also my Universal Credit application. Once I found out what goes on in the Hub I decided that I wanted to get involved.

I help out in the Hub meeting people and making them feel welcome.

Geof Downton

I’m Geof, born the same year as Barbie and the Mini.  I retired from the NHS ten years ago, now spending time modelling (making models not posing for artists or photographers).

I decided to volunteer for the Hub so that the hot air I produce might serve a purpose rather than simply contribute to global warming.

Angela Greenslade

I wasn’t really looking for a volunteer role, but I dropped into the Community Hub and I liked it so much that I decided to offer my help on a Friday morning where I make tea and coffee at the Kindness Café.

John Fairbrother

I volunteered to give Basic Computer Laptop lessons as well as IPad or Iphone problems or even how to use Word etc on  Wednesday morning between 10.00am  and 12.00pm.

Kate Pierce

My name is Kate and I like helping others and also I like finding out what is happening in the community.

I help out at the BeYoutiful group on a Thursday morning and I also run a knitting group on a Thursday afternoon between 12:30pm and 2pm