Volunteering can add a great deal to your life and the lives of those for whom you volunteer.

It offers you a chance to become involved in a project or with an organisation you really care about as well as an opportunity to meet new and like-minded people.

Some people volunteer because they want a career change and volunteering gives them a valuable insight into what that role entails. Others do it because they want to learn new skills, give something back to their community or a charity that has touched their heart or that of a loved-one. The opportunities are endless; the rewards are rich.

The Voluntary and Community Sector (also known as the Third Sector) is an important part of the Wrexham community. They support the people of Wrexham at every stage of life. Voluntary and community organisations run nurseries, mother and toddler groups and play schemes for our children, youth groups for teens and sports groups for all ages, as well as heritage groups, environmental clean-ups and creating community gardens. Whatever is going on in your neighbourhood there is always an opportunity to volunteer and make a difference.

Third sector Wrexham Local Service Board

Sports Clubs

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The Coaching and Volunteering Programme for Sport

The volunteers programme is designed to encourage participation in local people, by providing as many opportunities as possible.

These opportunities are for people of all ages and abilities in a wide range of sports.

Wrexham Volunteer Programme

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Archive and Archaeology

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Arts Service

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Community Transport

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Countryside Services

We offer volunteering opportunities at most of our parks. There is a variety of tasks required to help maintain and improve our parks, from practical conservation work to helping with events.

Parks & Countryside Ty Mawr Country Park Public Rights of Way

Museums

Heritage Volunteers

Volunteering with us at Wrexham Museum and Archives.

Young Volunteers

Volunteer in the Community

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Wrexham Youth Justice Service

Wrexham Youth Justice Service works with children and young people aged 8 – 17 years in order to prevent offending and re-offending.

We have a comprehensive Prevention Agenda which encompasses an Early Intervention Team. That involves working with partners in the community on initiatives that focus on supporting children and families in localities in Wrexham.

We have a growing number of volunteers, who offer support to the team by undertaking a variety of roles that include Mentors, Appropriate Adults, and Referral Panel Members. People of all ages and backgrounds are encouraged to become involved.

Youth Justice Service