QPR in the Community Trust and the Octavia Foundation have joined forces for a project which will document the rich history of QPR Football club and the surrounding area of White City and Shepherd’s Bush.
We are currently well under way with producing an hour long documentary film, but will also be creating other materials for the project and are looking for young volunteers.
We are keen to hear from young people who are interested in the following roles:
- Event Planners – You will be taking part in the planning and organising of an upcoming event at the QPR Stadium. You will also help 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.
- PLEASE NOTE NO EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY! WE ARE JUST LOOKING FOR KEEN INDIVIDUALS.
- On Monday 28th July we kick off with an introduction session where you can meet the project team and fellow peers.
- We will then run sessions on Monday – Wednesday up until the 27th of August (locations and dates may vary)
To register you interest or find out more about how you can be involved please contact:
Serena Williamson, Octavia Foundation – Project Manager
M: 07903 739 028 / E: email@example.com
W: www.octaviafoundation.org.uk/storyofqpr / Tw: @storyofqpr