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Welcome to the Home Page of the Three Rivers Partnership

We are a community charity supporting projects, events and services in and around Gillingham in North Dorset.

The projects we work with are shown in the left hand menu. Details about the Three Rivers Partnership itself are on the menu above. The search bar is also above. To come back to this Home Page just click on our logo.

We are based at the Community Office in Gillingham, next to the Library.

Do join in - we look forward to getting to know you!

News from the Three Rivers Partnership

New Green Gym for Gillingham between Rolls Bridge and Hawthorn Avenue has been launched by Deputy Mayor Cllr Walsh. Adults can keep fit and have fun for free at times to suit them. For more information click on this link http://www.threeriversgillingham.org/node/130.

Gillingham Walking Festival 2014 will be taking place between 13 and 21 September. Twenty lovely and varied walks for ramblers and strollers, free activities for all. For more information please see Events menu to the left or click on this link http://www.threeriversgillingham.org/node/129.

Three Rivers Unity Lottery are offering grants of up to £250 (larger grants will be considered) to local projects. Please see more details in our Funding section to the left or via this link http://threeriversgillingham.org/node/29. For grants given at our AGM on 14 May please see http://www.threeriversgillingham.org/node/127.

Volunteer with the Three Rivers Partnership

The Three Rivers Partnership can offer many interesting volunteer opportunities both within the charity itself and within the projects that we support.

Currently we are looking for additional committee members to work with the Town Meadow Group. The role of a committee member is to

  • Implement and oversee the approved plans for the Meadow and working parties and make recommendation to the Town council and other key partners.
  • Attend monthly meetings (days and times can be flexible depending on availabalilty of committee members).

If you are interested please contact the Community Resources Worker Sarah Reeves on 01747 824327.

Volunteer opportunities can use your existing experience and skills at any level and help you build new ones. Some can be home-based - ideal for anyone with a health issue. We look forward to helping you find your perfect fit within the community.

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