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Covid-19 vaccine marshals needed to help in Preston and South Ribble

Posted on - 29th December, 2020 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Health, Preston City Centre, Preston News, South Ribble News
The back of a Covid marshal's jacket
The back of a Covid marshal’s jacket

The Lancashire Volunteer Partnership has reached out to residents of Preston and South Ribble to sign up for a new volunteer opportunity.

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In 2021, Lancashire and South Cumbria will be rolling out the new Covid-19 vaccination programme.

Volunteer marshals are needed for four-hour time slots available seven days a week to help the vaccination programme run smoothly.

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Time slots can be chosen to fit in with work and family life.

The volunteer scheme will enable new learning skills, create career opportunities, enhance CV, allow public facing work and will give volunteers the chance to be part of a historic programme.

You can email lvp@lancashire.gov.uk or call 01772416417 to register an interest.

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