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QPR in the Community Trust have teamed up with the Octavia Foundation to document the rich history of the football club and surrounding areas of White City and Shepherd's Bush, and is asking volunteers to help.

The main forcus of the project will be the production of an hour long documentary film, but they also be creating other materials for the project and are looking for young people to offer their talents.

They are keen to hear from young people who are interested in the following roles:

 Event Planners – taking part in the planning and organising of an upcoming event at the QPR Stadium as well as helping to promote the project, and other key events.

Music Makers – Are you a musician, can sing or write poetry or want to learn how to make a track? You could be involved in the whole process!

Digital Masters – Interested in all things online and want to help create a magazine and website for the project? You can be involved in creating content and designing pages.

No experience is required to take part - you just have to be keen.

The project will kick off on Monday 28th July with an introduction session where you can meet the project team and fellow peers.

This will be followed by sessions on Monday – Wednesday up until the 27th of August (locations and dates may vary)

To register your interest or find out more about how you can be involved please contact Serena Williamson, Octavia Foundation Project Manager on 07903 739 028 or email qprfilm@octaviafoundation.org.uk.

 

July 21, 2014