We’re looking for volunteers to fill a number of roles, from cheering on our amazing participants and making lots of noise as they make their way around the course to being a marshal who will safely direct participants around the course to get them across the finish line, or helping to register
You'll be part of a team who will assist in the running of the Coleraine stroke group. The group meets every Thursday 10am - 12pm. We need two people all aged over 18.
You'll be part of a team who will assist in the running of the Belfast stroke group. The group meets every Tuesday morning, 10.30am - 12.30pm. We need two people all aged over 18.
You'll be part of a team who will assist in the running of the Banbridge, Northern Ireland stroke group. The group meets every Monday, 2pm - 4pm. We need two people all aged over 18.
The group in Londonderry meets every Tuesday, 10.00 – 12.00pm. We need two people all aged over 18.
The group meets every Friday, 10am - 12pm. We need two people all aged over 18.
We are looking for one person over the age of 18 to volunteer for us in Banbridge. As a Key Voluntary Group Committee Member, you will organise and ensure the smooth running of voluntary groups and lead the team of volunteers.
Take action on stroke and join us at the first UK Stroke Assembly in Northern Ireland. This one-day event will bring together those affected by stroke living in Northern Ireland. Whether you're a stroke survivor, carer or supporter of clubs and groups, this event is your opportunity to have your say on stroke, share experiences and hear developments in stroke care and research.
Date: Monday 8 April 2019
Venue: Glenavon House Hotel
Time: 9:45am - 4:00pm (registration opens at 9:00am)
Read about our UK Stroke Assembly events in 2018.
Find out more about UK Stroke Assembly events
The interactive and inspiring conference includes talks, workshops, an exhibition, lunch and much more. There will be three main talks as well as a number of workshops, delivered by stroke survivors and stroke professionals.
You do not have to attend all the talks. There will be plenty of time to rest, meet other stroke survivors, or visit the exhibition.
View the full programme here
With you in mind
We know that attending an event like this might not be easy or something that you have done before. We have carefully chosen a venue that is accessible and designed a programme that allows you time to rest. We ask for the views of those affected by stroke when making these decisions.
The Glenavon House Hotel is a relaxing and accessible three star hotel. The venue is centred on the outskirts of Cookstown, Country Tyrone with easy travel access to the M1 and M2.
Read more about the hotel on the Glenavon House Hotel site.
If you are a wheelchair or scooter user, we recommend that you bring this with you.
The venue has a small number of accessible bedrooms with varying facilities. To book accommodation and discuss your requirements please contact the hotel directly on 028 867 64949.
If you have any questions, please contact us on 02890 508 021 or email@example.com
Our postal address is:
UK Stroke Assembly
46 Cadogan Park