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Loughborough Flames: Lighting the Way

Website: http://www.loucoll.ac.uk/
Organisation: Loughborough College
Closing date: none

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The Flames programme aims to up skill young leaders to plan and deliver enjoyable health and physical activity sessions with underpinning Olympic and Paralympic Values to local primary school aged children.

Loughborough Flames: Lighting the Way was one of the first initiatives to be awarded the coveted Inspire Mark logo and is coordinated by Loughborough College in partnership with the British Heart Foundation National Centre, which provides training and resources for implementing the programme.

The Flames programme is now available to all Further Education and Sixth Form Colleges across the UK, for delivery through either the BTEC National Diploma in Sport, BTEC National Award In Sport or the Level 2 Community Sports Leadership Award. This is an excellent opportunity to use the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games to enrich learning for young leaders as well as leaving a sport and health legacy for local communities.

For further details about the Flames Project and to register your interest, please contact Rob Jarram at rob.jarram@loucoll.ac.uk or 01509 515408 or Anna Chalkley on a.e.chalkley@lboro.ac.uk or on: 01509 228263.

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Right To Play Student Ambassadors

Website: http://www.righttoplay.com/uk/get-involved/Pages/Volunteer.aspx
Organisation: Right to Play
Closing date: none

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Right To Play, the world’s leading sport for development charity, is an international organisation that works to improve the lives of children in some of the most disadvantaged areas of the world. Through playing games and sport, Right To Play delivers lessons on education, health and peace. Born from the Olympic movement, the organisation was formerly known as Olympic Aid and is a delivery partner for the London 2012 International Inspiration programme.

Right To Play currently has a team of more than 100 Student Ambassadors at 50 universities around the UK, and would love you to join their ever-growing team of dedicated, passionate and innovative students who are keen to do more with their time. You can join in too, and help to change lives.

Student Ambassadors raise awareness and money for Right To Play by running events, linking with sports clubs and societies and supporting national events and campaigns. The Student Ambassador programme gives you a chance to represent and promote an international nongovernmental organisation (NGO) at your university, alongside a team of Athlete Ambassadors, staff and children who benefit from Right To Play programmes.

Right To Play is the official charity of British Universities & Colleges Sport and over the last two years has raised enough money to fund 20,000 children in Right To Play programmes. To get involved email Leo Matlock at lmatlock@righttoplay.com, or click here for more information about Right To Play’s Student Ambassador programme.

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Take 12 Challenge

Website: http://www.take12.org/
Organisation: London Legacy Development Corporation
Closing date: none

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Celebrate the Games, have fun and explore your borough.

Take 12 Challenge is a new grass roots sports and healthy living programme for individuals or teams/groups to take part within the London 2012 host Boroughs.

The Challenge is simple: all you have to do is complete either 12 hours of physical activity or 12 km in 12 weeks. It is the perfect way for people of all ages and abilities to have fun, get fit and explore their local area.

Register for the Take 12 Challenge today and represent your borough to see who can be the most active!

Take 12 Challenge

GamesForce roles

Website: http://www.londonyouthgames.org/
Organisation: London Youth Games
Closing date: none

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Be part of Europe's largest annual youth sports event at the London Youth Games.

The Games enjoyed a record-breaking year in 2012 with over 100,000 young participants aged 7-18 from hundreds of schools and clubs in 33 London boroughs competing in 30 sports across 25 fantastic event days across the year.

You can get involved by volunteering as part of the GamesForce London Youth Games team.

There are many exciting volunteering roles at the London Youth Games events to suit all interests, these range from events, officiating, sports, media, and team leaders.

More information and detailed role descriptions can be found here

To become a member of GamesForce 2013 register online here.

GamesForce roles London Youth Games

Take it away

Website: http://www.takeitaway.org.uk/what-is-take-it-away
Organisation: Take it away
Closing date: none

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Always wanted to join a band or learn a new instrument? Take It Away is offering interest-free loans so you can buy a musical instrument of your choice.

To be eligible to apply for a Take it away loan you must be:

EITHER an individual over 18 buying an instrument for a child under the age of 18
OR an individual aged 18-25 using the scheme in your own right

All applicants must also be:

A permanent UK resident
Working at least 16 hours per week
Hold a bank or building society account capable of handling direct debit payments.

For more information click here.

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