Sidmouth’s food bank seeks new manager as Lois steps down
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Sid Valley Food Bank bosses are seeking a new manager as the current post holder is stepping down at the end of the year.
Announcing her decision last month, Lois Swarbrick said she has ‘loved every minute’ of working with everyone since 2013.
She wanted to see out the school meal boxes the charity distributes over the summer holidays and the Christmas hampers before she leaves.
The role involves liaising with the various agencies that enable individuals and families to obtain food from the charity and organising the volunteer rota.
The manager also attends and organises the food bank sessions from noon until 3pm every Friday, including delegating the work of the volunteers.
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Applications, with a current CV, should be submitted to Ian Skinner by email firstname.lastname@example.org or post to 1 Hamilton Close, Sidford, EX10 9QT, by October 12. An honorarium is paid for the role.
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