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New Volunteer Recruitment Social (Free tea, coffee and cake!)

The Glasgow Branch of the British Science Association (BSA) are looking for new volunteers to help us create even bigger and better science events in 2018!

We are looking for ANYONE with general interest in science and its promotion in wider society to join our team of volunteers. The Glasgow Branch currently holds free science outreach events for members of the public including collaborative works with charities and other science organisations.

Volunteering with the BSA could be anything from sitting on the committee, organising events, promoting the BSA to the public and online or helping deliver hands-on activities to the public.
You'll even have opportunities to travel to the British Science Festival and volunteer training events.

We are having a meet-up & social event at Gulliver's Cafe on Sunday 21st January. Come join us anytime between 2-5 pm to find out about the Glasgow Branch of the BSA and meet like-minded people also interested in joining our volunteer team. There will even be free tea, coffee and cake!

So if you're an artist looking to collaborate with scientists, a student wanting some volunteering experience, a local trying to give something back to the community or just someone passionate about sharing science with others, come along with your friends, to gain new skills and meet people by volunteering with the British Science Association!

Don't forget to like our Facebook page at to keep up date with news and events.. We can also answer any questions you may have about the BSA or volunteering if you message the FB page or email us at

59 Cambridge Street, G36QX

Free tea, coffee and cake!



You must be over 18 years old Accessible

Open from Wednesday 3rd January 2018 to Sunday 21st January 2018

Closing on Sunday 21st January 2018 in -207 days.

offered by Glasgow Branch of the British Science Association