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Would you, or someone you know, like to volunteer with Sight for Surrey to help children’s activities teams at various events around Surrey?
You will be directly helping with those young people with a visual impairment and will be working with CYP’s – Children and Young People’s teams.
More volunteers enables more families to be helped!
No experience is needed as full training will be given-just an enthusiasm to support children helped by Sight for Surrey and interest to help with activities such as riding for the disabled.
If you are interested email firstname.lastname@example.org
The EETN has recently launched a secure website to ensure that when you are viewing our website the link from the internet to your computer is secure. We apologise for some recent technical problems. Most website are now using “https” secure website addresses. A padlock will be displayed in the URL address bar if you are visiting the secure website.
A padlock will not show if you are visiting the original EETN website “http://eetn.org.uk/”. To change to and visit our secure website click EETN secure website.
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Screen reader users
Apologies to our screen reader users, as there are so many variations it is difficult to give advice on how to check whether you are currently visiting the EETN original website or the new EETN secure website. To visit the secure website click EETN secure website.