Volunteer Fair 2023

Bo'ness Volunteer Fair 2023

The Bo'ness Volunteer Fair is back. The event takes place on Thursday 28 September at Bo’ness Town Hall from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

The event is open to community groups and local residents. Admission is free of charge.

This year's Fair will feature a diverse array of volunteering opportunities, allowing attendees to explore and connect with causes close to their hearts.

* Residents urged to drop into Bo'ness Volunteer Fair

* Information for stall holders


Promote your group

Local community groups can book a FREE stall to promote themselves at the Volunteer Fair. A number of funding organisations will also be attending the event.

This is a fantastic chance for you to:


BOOKING FOR GROUPS NOW CLOSED - we have around 24 bookings, so even if you haven't booked a table, just drop in to chat to people.


Get involved in your community

Local residents can drop into Bo’ness Town Hall on 28 September, any time from 3 to 7 p.m. and discovering a range of volunteering opportunities in the Bo’ness community.

There’s no need to book a ticket. Just turn up.

Spread the word. Share a post on social media: https://bit.ly/promote-vfair

Why volunteer?

Volunteering can help you:

So why not get involved? Come along to the Volunteer Fair on 28 September and find out more.

Get updates from Bo’net

This event has been organised by Bo’net, the Bo’ness Networking Group, with funding support from Earls Gate Community Fund, set up by the Earls Gate Energy Centre in Grangemouth.

Bo’net is a Scottish charity supporting community groups in the Bo’ness area. You can sign up for free news updates from us, on our website. Visit www.bonet.org.uk/signup

Bo'net is a SCIO – a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation - registered with OSCR, the Scottish Charity Regulator. The charity number is SC049848

You can email Bo’net at info@bonet.org.uk

Volunteer Fair updates and news

Publicity for the Volunteer Fair is being handled by The PR Store. View stories at www.theprstore.co.uk

Email: adrian@theprstore.co.uk

Helping hands


Supported by Earls Gate Community Fund, set up by the Earls Gate Energy Centre in Grangemouth.

Earls Gate