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are holding three sessions for voluntary organisations across the north west of England to find out more about how Parliament works and how organisations can get involved.
Each session will cover:
In addition, each session will have a guest speaker who will focus on one particular area of interest.
The time, date, venue and guest speaker for each event are as follows:
Guest speaker: Specialist Clerk from the House of Commons Health Select Committee
Guest speaker: Researcher from Economic Policy and Statistics Section of the House of Commons Library
Guest speaker: Member of the Environmental Audit Committee
All places are free of charge and include lunch and refreshments. Places can be booked by visiting
www.vsnw.org.uk and are available on a first come first served basis. There will be a travel bursary provided by VSNW.
For further information, please contact Laura Stone at VSNW on 07760 752982.
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