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Lavant Volunteer Task Force

The Lavant Volunteer Task Force (LVTF) is operating around the village!

The LVTF has been formed so that the wide range of maintenance tasks that need doing around the village can tackled, in support of any more formal work undertaken by the various responsible authorities. This can range from path clearing to general maintenance work.

In order to ensure continued progress, it has been decided that Tuesday morning each week will be LVTF time (9.30am-1.00pm). The nature and location of work is confirmed in advance.

If you are aged between 18 and 80, are able and willing to help then please contact Adrian Blades or Bob Mallett - you will be made most welcome.



Adrian Blades - Tel 01243 527705 - email [email protected]


The Small Print - Safety & Insurance

Work will generally be undertaken by a minimum of two people. Appropriate training will be provided, if required, for particular tasks. Any equipment used, whether supplied by the LVTF or by the individuals, must be in full working order with the appropriate safety controls. Volunteers must wear appropriate protective clothing for the tasks undertaken, e.g. gloves, safety helmets, high visibility clothing, goggles. The above requirements plus a completed risk assessment for the specific task(s) must be in place in order for volunteers to be covered by insurance from LPC and WSCC.