Time To Volunteer

Time To Volunteer Presenter Dave Adams has been talking about his work for Radio Clatterbridge as part of the Year of the Volunteer. Dave is featured in this month's Express, a magazine distributed to thousands of staff at the Health and Safety Executive where he works. In the article, Dave writes how he began volunteering for the station fifteen years ago and still enjoys the experience. "What I like most is being able to bring a smile to the patients' faces," says Dave. "Hopefully, for a short time, I can take their minds off their problems." Dave also encourages people to volunteer their spare time to open up new possibilities.

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