There are a number of ways you can help out in your local community. First and foremost, you could ask to be co-opted onto your local parish council. The council currently comprises eight councillors, rather than the thirteen it should have. The role of a councillor can be both challenging and rewarding. If you are interested in becoming a Councillor and want to know more, please click here.
If you have decided the council is not for you (and it does not suit all people), then why not think about volunteering in your local community? There are a number of ways you can do this.
i. Look at local groups with common interests to yourself. These could include local Women’s groups, the Loose Gardeners’ Society, the Loose Area History Society, Loose Neighbours, Loose Amenities Association or the Loose Swiss Scouts.
ii. Offer to help at local events, such as the Loose Fete and/or the various litter picks that take place during the year.
For more information on some of the volunteering opportunities you can get involved with, please click here