In 2002, Concordia introduced a North/South bursary scheme. This was set up to provide funding and support for
I reported at Brunts Barn on Monday 2nd and met the other
In the morning after breakfast we were introduced to Dave the ranger who offered to take us round the
We would work for two consecutive days and the third day was a free day. We used our free day in creative leisure activities. We had visits to local villages, had drinks from the local pub and had a trip to Mam Tor, the highest hill in the Peak District.
The project co-ordinators were very helpful and available to us. They gave us opportunities to decide for ourselves what we would like to do for our leisure activities and this was nice since we democratically came up to a happy suggestion.
I personally enjoyed the project in general, work, group, co-ordinators and activities we were involved in. Its something that has contributed highly to my personal growth and voluntary spirit. I pray that Concordia can be able to offer many more similar opportunities to more