A new article – Library Assistant – has now been added to our Experiences page.
We have added a link on our COVID-19 page to the latest government compiled Q&A list for friends and family of prisoners.
We have today provided updated contact details for those wishing to get in touch while our Volunteer Coordinator is working from home . You can read the details here.
We’ve added some information and advice about how the coronavirus pandemic might affect your role as a FOPP volunteer. You will find a bold red link near the bottom of the Home page and at the top of our Members Area base page.
Please check out the members area for the full information of our gatherings for 2020
Thanks to everyone who came along to the annual meeting on Wednesday. I hope you found it interesting and enjoyable.
We were very pleased to launch the new website. David Hobbs, one of our directors who has done a lot of work on it, gave a good introduction.
If you are one of our volunteers, please don’t forget to register for the members’ area – you should have received an email about how to do this.
At FOPP’s Annual meeting on 9th October, the new website will be launched. We’re very excited about this as it has a totally new look and feel. It’s got lots of photos and up to date information about FOPP and what we do. Hopefully if you are reading this you have found your way to it at www.foppweb.co.uk. David Hobbs has worked incredibly hard to get this up and running, and we hope it’s going to attract lots of new visitors and volunteers. There’s a private members area for all our existing volunteers and it’s very easy to login. So please have a browse and let us know what you think.