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  • About FVAF | Mysite

    Tungkol sa FVAF Tungkol sa FVAF Ang aming Kwento Kami ang Voluntary Service Council at Volunteer Center para sa Forest of Dean. Nagbibigay kami ng tulong sa marami sa daan-daang boluntaryo at mga organisasyong pangkomunidad sa Distrito na siya namang mas mahusay na makapaghatid ng kanilang gawain sa at para sa lokal na komunidad. ​ Mula nang nabuo noong 1994, nakabuo kami ng isang reputasyon para sa paghikayat, pagtanggap at pagpapahusay ng pagkilos ng komunidad sa buong Forest of Dean. Naniniwala kami na sa pamamagitan ng mga pamamaraang pinangungunahan ng komunidad ay binibigyang-daan namin ang mga mamamayan na bumuo ng mga kasanayan, katatagan at kapital sa lipunan upang mamuhay nang mas masaya, mas konektadong buhay. Mga Serbisyo sa Opisina Staff at Trustees Mga patakaran Accessibility at Sustainability

  • Tickets | Mysite

    OUR FOREST EVENTS Community ideas wanted for ‘Our Forest’ £3m lottery bid An opportunity for people and community organisations to discuss project ideas for Our Forest's planned National Lottery Heritage Fund Bid. BOOK TICKETS: Saturday 13th April, Lydney Town Hall - 1pm - 4pm BOOK TICKET: Sunday 14th April, Mitcheldean Community Centre - 1pm - 4pm We’re excited to announce that we are leading on preparing a new £3million bid to the National Heritage Lottery Fund (NLHF). ​ Called ‘Our Forest’ this new community-driven project will focus on the heritage of the Forest of Dean To prepare for this bid, we are asking local people, community groups and organisations to have their say at two community events we are hosting this weekend. ​ Taking place at 1pm-4:30pm on Saturday (13 April) at Lydney Town Hall and 1pm-4:30pm on Sunday (14 April) at Mitcheldean Community Centre , these events are open for anyone to attend, to share and discuss ideas for potential heritage projects, partnerships and collaborations that could be included in the bid for funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF). ​ Deb Cook, our Volunteering Manager at FVAF said “Heritage is what you think is important and should be preserved. It could be about improving access to landscapes, historical sites, or collections; cultural activity or traditions; stories and celebrations as well as more traditional ideas of heritage. It can be anything from the past or even present that you value and want to pass on to future generations. ​ She added: “We’re asking the community to come along to one of these events to be part of the conversation and tell us what they think is important to include in the ‘Our Forest’ project.” ​ Building upon the legacy of the Foresters' Forest Landscape Partnership programme, ‘Our Forest’ will focus on involving diverse people, grass-roots organisations, and the voluntary community sector, with projects that involve young people, older people, hardly reached groups, as well as focusing on mental health and wellbeing.

  • Volunteer Awards | Mysite

    NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN! Award categories The FVAF Volunteer Awards 2024 will recognise and celebrate the amazing efforts of volunteers and organisations in the Forest of Dean. We want to hear about all those heroes have demonstrated exceptional and outstanding support to the local community over the past 12 months. THIS YEAR WE HAVE 6 CATEGORIES: Your Volunteer of the Year – Peoples’ Champion This is an unsung hero who has gone above and beyond for their community or has an inspiring story. We’re looking for volunteers who give their time and input to provide valuable services to communities in the Forest of Dean. Perhaps without these volunteers’ significant contribution, organisations might not be able to sustain the work they do OR maybe they have brought transformative change to other people or their own personal story by volunteering. PLUS The winner of this award will be decided by you! Once we have shortlisted the nominees, we will be asking you to vote for who you think most deserves to be crowned Volunteer of the Year 2024. Young Volunteer of the Year 16yrs & under Young Volunteer of the Year 17 – 21yrs Split into two age ranges, this category recognises a young person who has shown a real commitment to their volunteering and/or overcome serious problems and made a positive difference in their own life or other peoples’. It will celebrate the work carried out by young people who give up their time to help their community; in school, at youth clubs or a voluntary organisation. Grassroots Award for Voluntary Group of the Year Celebrate and honour those small grassroots organisations who are making a real difference in the community. These inspirational groups, run entirely by dedicated volunteers, will have had a positive impact on the people living in the Forest of Dean. We want to hear stories of lunch clubs, sports clubs, social and hobby groups, support groups, or any local group who are completely reliant on the tireless efforts of volunteers to help make a big difference to either in a small local area or in the wider community. Community Organisation Award This award recognises the outstanding contribution of larger organisations in the Forest of Dean who have made significant impact through delivering community projects, and/or positive change in the district. These could be any community or voluntary sector organisation including Charities, community organisations such as CIC’s or CIO’s, or larger groups who have a mix of staff and volunteers. ESV - Business in the Community Award This award is a chance to acknowledge the positive social impact local businesses have had in the local community. It recognises those organisations who have proactively committed to supporting and encouraging their workforce to volunteer for one-off projects or regular time to work with local charities or community projects. Or businesses who have actively supported the community in other ways. FoD Dementia Action Alliance Accessibility & Inclusion Award We are looking to recognise groups who are making admirable efforts towards being welcoming and inclusive to all. This award is not to reward perfection. We want to celebrate a commitment to enhancing accessibility and removing barriers. This might be by making physical improvements and considerations, creating clear and accessible communications, or building volunteering projects/programmes that help people to make a difference to their local community, regardless of the challenges they face, their age, ability, gender, sexual orientation, race, faith, or religion. NOMINATE HERE CLOSING DATE: MIDNIGHT SUNDAY 14 JULY 2024 FAQs Who can nominate? Anyone can nominate! Whether you are an individual local resident, part of a community group or from a local government organisation. ​ How can I nominate? It’s easy – just fill in our nomination form here or if you would prefer a paper copy you can request one via communications@fvaf.org.uk or 01594 822073. What information do I need to provide? Please provide plenty of detail about what the nominee has achieved and as much information as possible about them and their unique contribution. If you have any, please provide good quality photographs. Make sure that you have permission from anyone else in the photograph so that we can use it for media and promotional activities unless you tell us not to. Should I tell the person or organisation I am nominating them or keep it a surprise? Ideally it would be good to let them know once you have decided to nominate, just so that they are aware and happy for their story to be shared. We want to celebrate and shout about the wonderful work of volunteers which would include promotion via social media, on our website and to local press. How will it be judged? All nominations will be carefully considered by a panel of judges. This panel will be made up of a mix of unbiased and independent judges including; members of staff from FVAF, a FVAF trustee, and representatives from local councils, businesses and media. For more information or if you have any questions, email communications@fvaf.org.uk or call 01594 822073.

  • Trustees' Week 2022 | Mysite

    TRUSTEES' WEEK 2022 - Showcasing & celebrating trustees Next week (7 – 11 November) we will be taking part in a national celebration of charity trustees as part of Trustees’ Week 2022 . ​ Ever wondered what a trustee does? Maybe you’d like to take on a trustee role but don’t know where to start. ​ Across the week we will try and answers your questions by looking at what a trustee is, the benefits of taking on a trustee role and showcasing the fantastic impact it can have to local people and communities. ​ Follow us on Facebook for daily tips and info and check our website for updates and links to useful resources. Are you recruiting trustees? Tell us! If you are an organisation of community group looking for trustees – this is the perfect opportunity to recruit! To advertise your trustee opportunities just send the info to communications@fvaf.org.uk by 5pm Thursday 10 November

  • Home Old | Mysite

    "Pagbuo ng Mas Matibay na Komunidad sa ang kagubatan ng Dean" Ano ang FVAF? Ang FVAF ay kumakatawan sa Forest Voluntary Action Forum. Nag-aalok kami ng suporta sa mga lokal na mamamayan, mga grupo ng komunidad at mga aktibidad upang gawin ang mga bagay na pinakamahalaga sa kanila. Kabilang dito ang mga sumusunod: ​ suporta at payo sa pag-unlad pagsasanay impormasyon mga pagpupulong sa networking nagpapadali sa representasyon boluntaryong pangangalap paglalagay ng boluntaryo at suporta ​ Nagpapatakbo din kami ng maraming proyekto kasama at para sa lokal na komunidad, tulad ng Forest of Dean Youth Association, Holiday Activity Campaigns, The Forest Youth Music Network, The GEM Project, The Forest Compass Directory, Walking with Wheels at marami pa. Tingnan ang aming pahina ng Mga Proyekto para sa buong detalye. ​ Alamin ang higit pa Hop onboard the DigiBus! FREE 1-2-1 training ​ Coming to a town near you…the DigiBus will be stopping at locations across the Forest during June and July with trainers on hand to help you improve your digital skills. FIND OUT MORE BAGONG Direktoryo ng Pagboluntaryo Mas madaling mag-volunteer sa Forest of Dean? Sa FVAF nakagawa kami ng bagong booklet na tinatawag na Volunteering in the Kagubatan ng Dean. Ito ay isang libreng direktoryo ng ilan sa maraming mga pagkakataon sa pagboboluntaryo na magagamit sa lokal. Malapit nang pumasok ang mga hard copy iyong lokal Library o Community Hub o mag-click sa ibaba para mag-download ng a digital na kopya. Pag-download ng Booklet ng Volunteering Hanapin ang iyong pinakamalapit na Drop-in Hub BUKAS NA Mga Drop-in Hub ng Gusali ng Komunidad Mag-pop in at makipag-chat nang harapan sa isang tagabuo ng komunidad. Ang bawat drop-in hub ay nag-aalok ng iba't ibang suporta, payo at gabay para sa mga lokal na residente. Halimbawa; suporta at signposting sa mga lokal na serbisyo, pag-uugnay at pag-set up ng mga bagong grupo ng komunidad, pagsuporta sa mga tao na mas mapalapit sa trabaho o karagdagang edukasyon, tumulong sa pag-access sa digital na mundo at suporta upang maisabuhay ang iyong mga ideya para sa komunidad. Kagubatan ng Dean Samahan ng Kabataan Ang Forest of Dean Youth Association ay sumusuporta sa mga kabataang wala pang 25 taong gulang upang maging pro-aktibong mga mamamayan at mga pinuno ng kanilang sariling buhay. Sinusuportahan din namin ang mga grupo at organisasyon ng komunidad sa buong Forest of Dean upang pahusayin ang mahusay na gawaing ginagawa na nila sa pamamagitan ng pag-unlock sa mga lokal na kasanayan at asset, maging sila ay mga tao, lugar o pagpopondo. Ang koponan ay may malawak na iba't ibang mga kasanayan at karanasan sa pakikipagtulungan sa mga kabataan at sa ating mga komunidad sa Forest, upang maaari tayong umangkop at tumugon sa karamihan ng mga proyekto o katanungan na may kaugnayan sa kabataan. Bilang resulta, ang Youth Association ay nakikilahok sa isang malawak na iba't ibang mga proyekto pati na rin ang pag-aalok ng signposting sa suporta at mga serbisyo. Alamin ang Higit Pa Volunteer Support Kung gusto mong Mag-volunteer sa loob ng Forest of Dean mayroon kaming pagpipilian ng mga kasalukuyang pagkakataon para sa iyo. ​ Kung ikaw ay isang grupo ng komunidad na gusto ng ilang boluntaryong suporta maaari naming isulong ang iyong boluntaryong bakante para sa iyo. Kung kailangan mo ng tulong at payo sa pakikipagtulungan sa Mga Volunteer mangyaring makipag-ugnayan Search Volunteer Opportunites Sundan kami sa Facebook Regular kaming nagpo-post ng aming pinakabagong mga balita at kaganapan sa Facebook. Para sa pinakabagong impormasyon mangyaring sundan ang aming pahina sa Facebook Pumunta sa Facebook Ang aming mga Kasosyo

  • Volunteers' Week Roadshow 2024 | Mysite

    Join our roadshow! Volunteer Week 2024 3-8 June We’re hitting the road again this year to celebrate Volunteers’ Week 2024! Volunteers' Week is an annual celebration of the contribution millions of people make, across the UK, through volunteering in their communities. In the first week of June (3-8), we will be taking our community engagement vehicle out and about across the Forest of Dean, promoting and celebrating all things volunteering. If you’re a local group or organisation who needs volunteers and would like the opportunity to promote what you do to the local community, we’re inviting you to join us. From 10am -2pm we will be in: ​ Wednesday 5 June LYDNEY - Taurus Crafts, The Old Park Park, Aylburton, Lydney GL15 6BU Thursday 6 June CINDERFORD - Ow Bist - Forest Community Space, Dockham Road GL14 2AN Friday 7 June COLEFORD - The Clocktower, Market Place GL16 8AW Saturday 8 June NEWENT - Newent Market Hall, Broad Street ​ If you’d like to join us, please let us know by 31 May. BOOK YOUR PLACE **PLUS pop along and pick up the latest editions of our popular publications ‘Volunteering in the Forest of Dean’ and ‘Forest Compass’. Can’t make it? We’re happy to take along any flyers/leaflets/poster/giveaways to promote your group or organisation – just drop them into the FVAF office at Ow Bist - Forest Community Centre, Dockham Road, Cinderford GL14 2AN (located in the Tesco carpark) by 4pm Friday 31 May.

  • Who we are | Mysite

    Tungkol sa FVAF Tungkol sa FVAF Ang aming Kwento Kami ang Voluntary Service Council at Volunteer Center para sa Forest of Dean. Nagbibigay kami ng tulong sa marami sa daan-daang boluntaryo at mga organisasyong pangkomunidad sa Distrito na siya namang mas mahusay na makapaghatid ng kanilang gawain sa at para sa lokal na komunidad. ​ Mula nang nabuo noong 1994, nakabuo kami ng isang reputasyon para sa paghikayat, pagtanggap at pagpapahusay ng pagkilos ng komunidad sa buong Forest of Dean. Naniniwala kami na sa pamamagitan ng mga pamamaraang pinangungunahan ng komunidad ay binibigyang-daan namin ang mga mamamayan na bumuo ng mga kasanayan, katatagan at kapital sa lipunan upang mamuhay nang mas masaya, mas konektadong buhay. Mga Serbisyo sa Opisina Staff at Trustees Mga patakaran Accessibility at Sustainability

  • NHS Survey 2023 TC | Mysite

    Community Engagement - NHS assets and services We are currently carrying out community engagement work in the Forest of Dean seeking information about the use of NHS assets and services. We would very much appreciate it if you could help provide information as part of this exercise. ​ We hope you will be able to provide answers to a few questions in a survey that should only take a few minutes to complete. Community Engagement Survey: Town Councils First name Last name Email Job title Organisation/Group Continue

  • What's going on | Mysite

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  • FVAF Community Celebration & AGM 2023 | Mysite

    FVAF Community Celebration & AGM 2023 MONDAY 11 December 2023 | 11AM - 2PM Ow Bis - Forest Community Space, Dockham Road GL14 2AN We are inviting the whole community to join us in celebrating the work FVAF has done over the last 12 months for, and with communities across the Forest of Dean. Come along and check out our fantastic new community space Ow Bist. PLUS, test run our new training and conference area at one of the fun and informative workshops we will be hosting. ​ Refreshments and a delicious buffet lunch will be provided. ​ Places are limited - please book your ticket ASAP ​ BOOK YOUR TICKET ​ ​ READ THE AGM NOTICE & AGENDA BELOW: ​

  • Gwynneth Weaver | Mysite

    Pag-aaral ng Kaso: Gwynneth Walker Lumipat kami sa Forest ilang taon na ang nakalipas at naging ganap na bago sa lugar na itinakda ko tungkol sa pagsali sa mga club at paglabas at malapit nang makipagkilala sa mga tao. Isang araw sa Book Club ko may narinig akong nagbabanggit ng Foresters' Forest at may Archaeology Project. Naisip ko, "Mukhang kawili-wili, gagawin ko iyan!" Ito ay sa yugto ng pag-unlad ng Foresters' Forest noong 2015 at mula noon ay naging bahagi na ako. Nagkaroon ako ng ilang magagandang karanasan sa pamamagitan ng proyekto. Nagtrabaho ako sa survey ng data ng LIDAR, nakibahagi sa tatlong archaeological na paghuhukay at kamakailan ay nasangkot sa isang proyekto na nagsasaliksik sa Palmers Flat kung saan ako nakatira. Nasisiyahan ako sa pagsasaliksik na ito sa pakikipagtulungan sa isang kaibigan na nakatira sa malapit, at natutuklasan namin ang ilang kamangha-manghang impormasyon tungkol sa aming lokalidad. Nakagamit ako ng maraming iba't ibang pamamaraan tulad ng pagsasaliksik sa computer sa mga ninuno at pagtingin sa mga archive at mapa. Ang ilan sa pananaliksik na ito ay pamilyar na sa akin ngunit ang makita ang lahat ng ito ay magkakasama sa isang larawan ng nakaraan ay kawili-wili. Natagpuan ko ang pag-aaral na gawin ang LIDAR surveying na lubhang kapaki-pakinabang. Ito ay maaaring medyo mahirap, ngunit talagang binabago nito ang paraan ng pagtingin mo sa landscape magpakailanman. Nakikita ko na ngayon ang mga feature sa lahat ng dako na tumutulong sa akin na makilala ang mga maliliit na quarry, minahan at tramway na dating nakatuldok sa lahat ng dako. Ang paghahanap ng charcoal platform sa Birchhill ay kapana-panabik. Talagang napakarami sa kanila sa Kagubatan at nakikita ko ang sarili kong nakikita sila saan man ako magpunta. Ang mga paghuhukay ay napakasayang makibahagi. Ang pakikipagtulungan sa iba pang mga boluntaryo at mga eksperto ay nagturo sa akin nang labis. Napaka-espesyal ng pakiramdam na matuklasan ang mga bagay na matagal nang hindi nakikita ng mga mata ng tao. Ang isa pang boluntaryo at ako ay sapat na mapalad na makahanap ng isang piraso ng medyebal na palayok sa Yorkley Dig. Nakakagigil ang pakiramdam nang may nakita kaming kakaiba sa mundo. Pagkatapos ay nag-iwas at unti-unting isiwalat ang isang piraso ng nakaraan kasama ng mga taong sabik na naghihintay na makita kung ano ang aming nahanap – napakagandang karanasan! Ang pagboluntaryo sa proyekto ay puno ng mga positibo. Nakipagkaibigan ako, tulad ni Cathy na kasama ko sa research project at Elaine at David na kasama ko sa LIDAR project. Napakasarap sa pakiramdam na masangkot sa isang bagay na tungkol sa pangangalaga sa Forest of Dean at pagpapanatiling espesyal para sa mga susunod na henerasyon. Higit sa anupaman, ang pagsali sa isang archaeological dig ay isang bagay na gusto kong gawin mula pa noong mga araw ng aking unibersidad, at sa wakas, sa pamamagitan ng Foresters' Forest, napagtanto ko ang pangarap na iyon. Magboluntaryo sa Foresters' Forest Bisitahin ang Foresters' Forest Website Mag-sign up para sa newsletter ng Foresters' Forest

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