Bexhill Youth Project (BYP) Youth Worker

Bexhill Youth Project is for young people aged 11-18 who want to have fun, make friends and learn new skills.

The BYP encourages Young people to speak up and have their voices heard about future plans and opportunities in the local area.

Youth Group sessions run on Monday and Wednesdays between 5-7pm at the Polgrove Football Ground.

If you would like to support with the planning and delivery of the Youth Group sessions please contact Sara at / 01424 377115 or see for more information.

The Royal Air Force Air Cadets

Who Are We –  The Royal Air Force Air Cadets are a nationwide youth organisation with the sole purpose of providing “The Next Generation”, those between the ages of 12(Year8) and 18 with life-changing skills, and unprecedented fun that they couldn’t get anywhere else.

What’s involved – Each unit or Squadron has its own Civilian Committee who are the backbone of what we do. The committee is responsible for controlling and raising all monetary funds that are needed for us to offer the cadet experience that we do. Along with this they actively ensure that those who can’t necessarily afford the opportunities we offer don’t go without!

There is next to no limit in how we can raise funds in the past we have used grants, boot fairs, open days and stalls at local community events. Another big part is bringing about change to the unit, we welcome new ideas and fresh outlooks to move us forward with the times and grow to be well renowned and respected.

Commitment can be as much or as little as the individual needs. All we ask is that you can be available for a handful of meetings a year either in person or virtually. But most people find it incredibly easy to commit to more than 4 times a year without knowing they have done so!

Benefits to you – After completing a basic paperwork application there are many benefits from being involved with the local community and the Royal Air Force Air Cadets. By helping to govern and manage a squadron well, the potential to grow supporting finances is enhanced and with that comes the satisfaction of knowing that you are contributing positively to the development of young people in your area and thereby helping society in general. On top of this, the potential to meet and work with other members of your local community and grow long-lasting friendships is incredibly common and hugely encouraged.

Voluntary Board Members

The organisation is looking to appoint new voluntary Board members with a relevant background in affordable housing to join the association.

We are looking for skills in finance,

  • Finance
  • Strategic HR
  • Housing operations
  • Housing and asset management
  • Community understanding
  • Business effectiveness
  • Governance, regulation, compliance, risk, and assurance
  • Legal
  • Health & social care

Please apply to the or phone 01424 814876

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Greener Futures Nature & Outdoor Activities

Find our December outdoor opportunities here: – Open to adults 18+

-Employability support sessions are available for those 18+ not in employment and living in the CHART areas of Central Bexhill, Central St, Leonards, Sidley, Hollington, Hastings Town Centre and Ore. Register here:

For more information email

Greener Futures part-funded by the European Structural Fund via CHART(Connecting Hastings and Rother Together).

Branch Treasurer Volunteer – East Sussex

Location: Bexhill

Closing Date: 28 February 2022

Interview date (w/c): n/a

Salary (or hourly rate): volunteer

Contract Type: Volunteer

Hours per week: Flexible and variable approx. 2 hours per week

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Culture Shift Chair and Trustee/s

Call out for new chair and trustees – Deadline Extended to 16th January 2022

Our current Chair is about to step down and therefore we are looking for new Trustees and a Chair to bring new and complementary skills and experience. We are working towards greater diversity on our board and we welcome people with lived experience of the challenges many of our beneficiaries face be that mental health, disability or hardship. We also welcome skills in the areas of digital, marketing, HR, legal, community development.

To see our current board of trustees follow this link:

For more information about who we work with, what we do and the current programs on offer:

We’d very much welcome an informal chat with anyone who is interested, please email and one of our Co-Directors, Julia Roberts and Catherine Orbach, will be in touch.

If you are interested in working with us, please send a short CV and covering letter to by Sunday 16th January 2022

We look forward to receiving your applications.

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Rother District Citizens Advice Bureau – Treasurer

Rother District Citizens Advice Bureau provides free, independent and confidential advice to members of our local community. We help people to solve their problems on issues such as housing, relationships and access to benefits. We work through trained volunteers, supported by a team of paid staff. We are a small charity with our own Board of trustees, but we are also a member of the national network of Citizens Advice Bureaux.

We are looking for new trustees, including a new Treasurer. You will work with the other trustees to plan strategy and monitor our financial health. You will also guide the charity in maintaining proper financial governance and procedures. The role requires some knowledge of financial systems and you would present the management accounts at Board meetings.

This role is voluntary and unpaid, but reasonable expenses can be claimed.

Our office is in Bexhill but we serve the whole of Rother District in East Sussex. Currently most meetings are held online.

To find out more about the role please contact us for an informal chat via email:

Collection Box Coordinator Volunteer

Customer Service Volunteer (Mobility Aids)

Do you want to make a difference and support the British Red Cross? You can do both when you join as a Wheelchair Volunteer!

The Coronavirus pandemic has meant that people need our support more than ever. By joining our Mobility Aids Team as a Wheelchair Volunteer, you can be there for people when they need it the most, whilst making a difference in your community.

If you can spare a few hours per week you can help get people moving again after an illness or injury please email us at or call us on 03000 040309.

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Telephone Befriender Volunteer

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Volunteer Opportunities

St Michael’s Hospice has a number of available volunteer roles:

Wellbeing Patient Escort
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Wellbeing Patient Driver
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E-Commerce Volunteer
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E-learning & IT Support Buddy Volunteer
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Fundraising Office Support Volunteer
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Hospice Neighbour
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Lottery Events Volunteer
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Volunteer Retail Assistant
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Telephone Befriending Volunteer
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Wellbeing IT Tech Buddy
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