Yesterday, Tracey visited The Royal Voluntary Service Information Centre and Cafe in Chatham to help celebrate their third anniversary.
Tracey met with volunteers and service users and took part in a role reversal which saw the non-volunteers waiting on the volunteers. Tracey said ‘There was singing and dancing with a great atmosphere, it gave me a real buzz, I am proud to have shown my support to such an empowering group of people’.
The Royal Voluntary Service, formally known as WRVS and recently rebranded to celebrate their 75th Anniversary work to help older people maintain their independence and stay involved in the local community. They have volunteers across Kent and Medway who offer help and support so older people can stay independent at home in Medway and across the UK. For further details of their Kent and Medway services please see the following link http://www.royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk/service/1475-kent-and-medway.