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Run For The Marsh 2017 – Sponsorship Information
Following on from the success of Run for The Marsh 2016, The Deans Marsh Community Cottage is delighted to announce that the event will be run again in 2017. The overwhelming feedback from the community was that this was a fantastic inclusive event that the whole family could enjoy.
Over 140 local men, women & kids registered for the 2016 event. With organisers, volunteers, friends and supporters, we estimate that close to 200 people were in attendance on the day.
This year, the event will be held slightly later on Sunday 19th November and will be combined with the Frogwood Arboretum Family Picnic / Open Day. The idea is that the running events will be held first thing in the morning and families will then be encouraged to stay, enjoy and picnic in the beautiful surrounds at Frogwood. Other post event activities will also be included at The Cottage & at Frogwood Arboretum.
Now that we know how the event works, we plan to make it bigger and better this year. We will be aiming for 200 registrations. We plan to increase the pre & post event activities and hope to raise even more funds for local community groups.
Of course we will be encouraging everyone in the community to register for the event and join in the fun. The day is about promoting physical and mental wellbeing through community connectivity.
We will again also be asking for event day volunteers and marshals. There will also be an opportunity for local businesses to have stalls at The Cottage site on the day. Please contact The Cottage Coordinator if you would like to be involved in this way.
Finally, we are currently in the fundraising stage and want to put a call out to all local businesses………..
Run For the Marsh 2017 is a fantastic opportunity for local businesses.
How can you get involved?
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The Deans Marsh Community Cottage is an incorporated association governed by a Committee of Management. The Bookkeeper works with the Coordinator to manage the day to day transactional activities of the Finances and Payroll to ensure the timely and accurate processing of transactions to inform decision-making.
The successful applicant will have;
Salary: NHACE Collective Agreement 2010
Hours: Part-time position, 5 hours per week.
Further Information: Rebecca Callahan, Deans Marsh Cottage Coordinator.
Position Description: download the DMCC Bookkeeper PD (Word document)
Applications: Close Friday 24th February, 2017 and must be addressed to Rebecca Callahan, C/o Deans Marsh Community Cottage, 10 Pennyroyal Valley Rd, Deans Marsh 3235 and marked as Confidential.
Email applications to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject Bookkeeper Application.