Heywood campus in Cinderford is looking for volunteers to welcome and encourage new users of the Fitness Centre, many of which are elderly or have a physical disability. This opportunity does not require people with fitness qualifications or skills, just those with a friendly nature who are willing to lend a helping hand.

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