We are now recruiting for volunteers to join our organisation.
You could join the army of volunteers who already give up their spare time to be special constables, puppy walkers, police museum volunteers and police station helpers.
Working for the police is completely different to anything you may have experienced before and we are really excited about the various roles that are available.
We are looking for people to work alongside neighbourhood policing teams, there’s vacancies in our Economic Crime Unit, to help victims.
If youth work is your thing then you may want to help with our cadet scheme and we’re looking for people with a passion for history as our museum grows in popularity.
By volunteering you’ll enhance your CV, make new friends, give something back and much more.
So if you’re passionate, enthusiastic or an expert in your field, we have an opportunity that could be perfect for you. To find out more about our current volunteer opportunities click here.
APOLOGIES FOR LATE NOTICE.
DUE TO THE SNOW, THIS HAS BEEN REARRANGED FOR THIS THURSDAY 22 MARCH 11am – 4pm
ALL HELP APPRECIATED
The money we were awarded from the Tesco plastic bags 5p charge will be well spent providing materials to improve the paths in the Nature Reserve.
Solihull Conservation Volunteers and a 5 person team from ARUP will be working with Adam Noon, creating paths around the stone marker at the entrance to the LNR in Knowle Park
this Sunday, March 18 from 10.30 to 16.00.
They would welcome any support from Knowle Society members and local residents, even if only for an hour or so during the day.
This talk will offer some selected links between aspects of medicine and war, with particular focus on the ways in which society has come to remember those we have lost.
Extensive use will be made of illustrations, mainly photographs, and reference will be made to some forgotten heroes who perhaps deserve greater prominence.
In this year of the Armistice Centennial, the story will highlight events in our own community, and the efforts of the Society.
Many will remember Dr Stuart as one of our GPs. He has long had an interest in this aspect of medicine.
THERE WILL ALSO BE A SMALL EXHIBITION OF THE DRAFT PLANS FOR THE REFURBISHMENT OF THE WAR MEMORIAL IN THE CHURCHYARD