Volunteers needed for several North Lanarkshire projects.

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SEVERAL North Lanarkshire based voluntary projects are looking for people to join them.

North Lanarkshire Connections run the projects to promote timebank volunteering for vulnerable people living in the area.

The Computer Club, which runs every Friday from 10am to 1pm, needs people who are interested in helping each other improve their IT skills.

People who want to improve their confidence or reduce their stress levels are being encouraged to take part in the Life Coaching Club which will begin in October.

Timebank Radio is another project, run every Wednesday, from 10am to 1pm, available to volunteers.

The project is a fresh new internet radio station, where new and emerging talent can practice their skills on a global scale and get constructive feedback on their performance.

It will give those interested in taking part the opportunity to experience what it is like to work in radio and what roles are available, and most importantly, it will give you opportunity to meet people.

The Guitar Club will begin in October and aims to combat social isolation in an informal setting by learning and sharing knowledge about playing guitar.

All the projects are run from 7 Kenilworth Avenue in Wishaw, and for more information, call 01698 358866; e-mail dutyofficer@vanl.co.uk or visit www.voluntaryactionnorthlanarkshire.org.uk.

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