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SPEEDWAY WARRIORS HOPE TO EXPAND VOLUNTEER BASE

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26The Wightlink Warriors speedway team based at the Smallbrook Stadium in Ryde are looking to expand their network of volunteers ahead of the 2020 season.

An open meeting for existing volunteers and those interested in becoming involved is set to take place in the Premier Lounge at the stadium on Saturday 14th March at 19:00.

The season gets underway in April and there is a variety of positions available for people with a few spare hours each week.

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Volunteer Co-ordinator Sandra Hinchliffe explains:

“Our Island speedway side have built up an award winning reputation for offering spectators first class service, facilities and presentation and much of the success is built on the hard work and dedication of our volunteer helpers. We are determined to maintain our reputation and it would be an enormous help if we could recruit a few new faces to join up with our existing crew.

“Activity at Smallbrook Stadium is growing all the time and whilst primarily we are looking for more help on speedway race night, other opportunities do present themselves for those who can help.

“Our open evening will allow our regular volunteers and possible new recruits to go through the various roles on offer and do some ‘skills matching’. Everybody has a talent to share so whether that is front of house, carpentry; DIY or gardening I’m sure we will be able to find a fit. We truly are a very friendly bunch so please do come along and join us for a chat and some refreshments”.

If you aren’t able to come on the night but would like more information, email [email protected].

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