Volunteering abroad: a catch up from Martyn Sibley

Volunteering abroad: a catch up from Martyn Sibley

Co-Editor, Martyn Sibley, has been volunteering in Spain for nearly two months now, so we thought it was the perfect time for a catch up…

By Martyn Sibley

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  • mick kirby

    Hi, I am very interested about the possibility of volunteering abroad, especially in a spanish speaking country, as since being disabled 5years ago by a serious stroke one of my achievments was to attend spanish classes at a local college for two years. I have contacted you before regarding the disabled sports I am involved with and the mental, physical and emotional improvments these have done for me.I would very much like to be involved with others to help with sports and activities, so any advice gratfully recieved.
    Keep up the good work,
    Mick Kirby