The Chronicle’s Volunteer Blog features blog posts and articles about what it’s like to be a part of the Chronicle Project and is written by our volunteers. This post is by Kayleigh Williams, who is currently a history student studying at Cardiff University.
Thanks to Alice Campion for this week’s blog contribution. When we think of Christmas we think of family, fun, food and good times. But it’s also a time when volunteer organisations can fund raise, and celebrate the important work they have done throughout the year. One of these organisations is The Makers Guild in […]
Want to join our team and volunteer in Cardiff with us on the Chronicle project? Click here. Hello volunteers! Our next team meeting will be on 11 November at the Grange Gardens Bowls Pavilion. If you are planning on attending, please send a message to Klavdija or Lara. When: 11 November 2016 Where: Grangetown Gardens […]
The Chronicle Project has been given the opportunity to showcase some of our work thus far on 22 October 2016. We hope to meet with members of the community and find out about what they think about the project, what they would like to see, and see if anyone else would like to join our […]
Between 1914 and today, Cardiff has had a history of a volunteering culture. VCS Cymru is a part of this volunteer culture, and was established in 1964, right in the middle of the time period that the Chronicle Project spans, which means that VCS Cymru has both been influenced by volunteering in the past and […]