Whilst COVID cases continue to rise in North Northumberland the NNVF Board of Trustees have decided to maintain the pre-19 July 2021 levels of protection to safeguard and protect staff, volunteers and clients when visiting the Berwick Voluntary Centre. Mandatory face coverings, hand sanitizer and social distancing will continue to be in place in communal areas within Berwick Voluntary Centre. We will only be taking bookings for our conference room for a maximum of 6 people. Please contact us for further information.
RESIDENT ORGANISATIONS WILL BE OPERATING FACE TO FACE APPOINTMENTS ONLY WITH CLIENTS.
Acting as a hub of the local community Berwick Voluntary Centre is located at 5 Tweed Street, Berwick-upon-Tweed; easily accessible for public transport links and within a short walk from the historic town centre. The Voluntary Centre is managed by the North Northumberland Voluntary Forum which has a board of trustees which meets quarterly. The main aim of the North Northumberland Voluntary Forum (NNVF) is to maintain a dedicated centre for charitable, voluntary and community organisations.
The Berwick Voluntary Centre provides office accommodation to Citizens Advice Northumberland (Berwick), Berwick & District Friends of Dementia, CYGNUS, Rural Us Wellbeing Project, Volunteering in North Northumberland and the North Northumberland Network.
Offering a wide variety of services to the voluntary and community, public and private sectors the NNVF has a range of rooms available to hire depending on needs; from a “hot-desk” to board room settings for professionalism. The “hot-desk” office is available to hire if you find yourself either working away from your regular base or volunteering for a charity or community group.
The NNVF maintains a database of important contacts in the voluntary and community sector and has a very successful track record in engaging with these groups in North Northumberland. We draw on our experience within the local area and tailor our delivery methods to strengthen communication within the voluntary and community sector. Strong and successful relationships have been established by the development of the North Northumberland Network. This Network is made up of a combination of public, voluntary and community organisations with the main agenda based around sharing information and strengthening the collective voice of the voluntary and community sector.