The Broughton HUBBroughton Hub is a partnership between three non-profit organisations:
The HUB's AimsThe Hub was established in 2011 with the intention of enhancing and extending the existing services to the local community, as well as to attract more visitors to the area, thus ensuring more long-term sustainability & economic growth for the region.
The HUB websiteThe Broughton Hub website aims to be a central resource to communicate everything there is to know about what’s available in Broughton in Furness and the surrounding area.
Although the Broughton Hub is currently made up of three member organisations, and the person specifically responsible for co-ordinating all Hub activities, events & communication, is:
To visit the Broughton Hub website please Click Here
Volunteering OpportunitiesHere at Broughton Information Centre, and as part of the Broughton HUB we want to encourage people to get involved in the local community. We believe that the many groups and organisations that are active in the Broughton area can become even stronger if more people are there to help out.
You’ll get good training and support for whatever you decide you might like to do. Maybe you have a particular flair which will really benefit us and the local community?
We will continue having regular get-togethers of our volunteers because we know that most people want to work as part of a team and enjoy to get to know the other volunteers who make up part of their team.
Volunteers in Broughton do a tremendous job and its hard to think of any organisation which would function without them.
So if you’re someone who has a few hours every so often which you’d like to put to a good cause, then please do get in touch.
Or it might be that you’re an organisation that has a need for volunteer help, if so then we’d like you to contact our Volunteer Coordinator Selwyn Wright, who will try to match you up with the right people.