Messenger at the Festival

The Messenger will be at this year's Abbeyfield Park Multicultural Festival on Sunday 2nd September 2007 – visit our stall to ask us questions, share your views and find out how volunteers can be part of the Messenger.

On the day of the festival, we will have a computer available on our stall ready for you to add your comments. No need to be a member!

Festival features

If you are interestend in getting involved with the Messenger, come and see us at our stall or contact us on:

Festival comments

Let us know what you think of the 2007 Abbeyfield Park Festival, or just read what other people had to say.

Volunteering for the Messenger

The Messenger’s volunteers are involved in all parts of putting the newspaper together. Volunteering is flexible, with opportunities during the day, evening or weekends – you can take on as much as you have time for. Find out how you can help

How volunteers help make the Messenger

Step by step picture story of how the Messenger is put together from start to finish.

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