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Newsletter Editor
Harrogate District Over 50s Forum
Description of the role:

The Forum newsletter reaches over 100 older people across the Harrogate District and is a lifeline to many of our members, helping them stay in touch with what is happening for older people locally and nationally.
This is an opportunity to collate information provided by members of our Committee to produce the Newsletter and email to printers, who will then send it out to our members.

After several years at the helm, our newsletter volunteer is stepping down and we are seeking a volunteer to carry on this valuable role supporting the Committee to produce a quarterly newsletter that is relevant and engaging.
The role will involve: -
• Creating articles of interest to older people locally.
• Co-ordinating content with the Managing Committee.
• Editing the newsletter.
• Co-ordinating its production with printers who send out both hard copies and e mails to our members.

Skills and qualities needed for the role:

The Forum is looking for someone with good written skills, an interest in issues affecting Older People and preferably experience of desktop publishing applications.

If you would like to know more about the Forum or to have a chat about what is involved please contact us by email

Practical information:

This is a flexible role which can be carried out at home.
Forum meetings are on the 4th Thursday afternoon of the month.


Additional Information
DBS check needed: No
Driving licence needed: No
Car owner: No
Open to: Over 18s
North Yorkshire
Last updated: 08.06.2023
Organisation Information

The Forum is a regular meeting for older people to have a say about the things that matter to them. The Forum offers a chance to find out about different services available to older people and to help influence the way these services are delivered. It is also a good opportunity to meet people and enjoy a social gathering.
Check the website for topics of bimonthly Forum meetings (Thursday afternoons at St Paul's Church) and for the lunch club and social trips.

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