Join In blog - We met 21-year-old Julia from Pocklington in Yorkshire at Go Local, our celebration of volunteering held in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in July. One year on from volunteering at the Aquatics Centre at the London 2012 Paralympic Games she tells us how she juggles a busy university course with volunteering at a local children’s hospice.

Join In blog - We met 21-year-old Julia from Pocklington in Yorkshire at Go Local, our celebration of volunteering held in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in July. One year on from volunteering at the Aquatics Centre at the London 2012 Paralympic Games she tells us how she juggles a busy university course with volunteering at a local children’s hospice.

Join In blog - We met Anne Mortlock from Houghton on Sea in Lowestoft at Go Local, the UK’s biggest celebration of volunteering. One year on from driving cars at the Olympic Park for the London 2012 Games, she tells us what it feels like coming back to the Park and what she’s up to.

Join In blog - We met Anne Mortlock from Houghton on Sea in Lowestoft at Go Local, the UK’s biggest celebration of volunteering. One year on from driving cars at the Olympic Park for the London 2012 Games, she tells us what it feels like coming back to the Park and what she’s up to.

We met Muriel from Cork in Ireland at Go Local, the UK’s biggest celebration of volunteering. One year on from working in transport at the London 2012 Games, Muriel tells us how she’s using her experience in business to mentor students.

We met Muriel from Cork in Ireland at Go Local, the UK’s biggest celebration of volunteering. One year on from working in transport at the London 2012 Games, Muriel tells us how she’s using her experience in business to mentor students.

We met 25-year-old Charlotte from Lincolnshire at Go Local, the UK’s biggest celebration of volunteering. One year on from being a Games Maker, she tells us how she is continuing to volunteer and why she loves helping out with the Girl Guides.

We met Charlotte from Lincolnshire at Go Local, the UK’s biggest celebration of volunteering. One year on from being a Games Maker, she tells us how she is continuing to volunteer and why she loves helping out with the Girl Guides.

We met Geoff at Go Local, the UK’s biggest celebration of volunteering at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. One year on from his role volunteering at the London 2012 Games as a driver, we find out what he’s been up as a volunteer.

We met Geoff at Go Local, the UK’s biggest celebration of volunteering at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. One year on from his role volunteering at the London 2012 Games as a driver, we find out what he’s been up as a volunteer.

Matthew Farrar worked as a volunteer at the London 2012 Paralympics last summer. He tells us what volunteering projects he’s been up to since the Games and what projects he’s keen to get involved with in the future.

Matthew Farrar worked as a volunteer at the London 2012 Paralympics last summer. He tells us what volunteering projects he’s been up to since the Games and what projects he’s keen to get involved with in the future.

One year on from his experience as a Games Maker at the Aquatics Centre in the London 2012 Games, Chris Jessop from Leighton Buzzard tells us what volunteering he’s been up to.

One year on from his experience as a Games Maker at the Aquatics Centre in the London 2012 Games, Chris Jessop from Leighton Buzzard tells us what volunteering he’s been up to.

We met Stephen Dawkins from Ilkeston in Derbyshire at Go Local, the UK’s biggest celebration of volunteering. One year from being a Games Maker at the Aquatics Centre, he tells us what he’s up to

We met Stephen Dawkins from Ilkeston in Derbyshire at Go Local, the UK’s biggest celebration of volunteering. One year from being a Games Maker at the Aquatics Centre, he tells us what he’s up to

We caught up with Barbara and Larry Richardson from Shoreham by Sea in Sussex at Go Local, the UK’s biggest celebration of volunteering, to see what they’ve been up to since being Games Makers at the London 2012 Games.

We caught up with Barbara and Larry Richardson from Shoreham by Sea in Sussex at Go Local, the UK’s biggest celebration of volunteering, to see what they’ve been up to since being Games Makers at the London 2012 Games.

Antonio Gnassi was a Games Maker who helped out with the volleyball at the London 2012 Games. One year he continues to volunteer in volleyball. We caught up with him at Go Local to see how infectious volunteering can be!

Antonio Gnassi was a Games Maker who helped out with the volleyball at the London 2012 Games. One year he continues to volunteer in volleyball. We caught up with him at Go Local to see how infectious volunteering can be!

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