27 July 2023 Michael_T-V

Volunteers required!

The backbone of any organisation is the small group of unsung heroes working tirelessly behind the scenes to bring the club to life.

ado16.info is no different, other than we have a uniquely different arrangement than most other clubs. Gone are the days of “death by committee” and inflexibility. Volunteers within ado16.info are empowered to make their own decisions – working towards the clubs shared values.

As a digitally focused club – we’re keen to ensure that our web presence is front and centre of everything we do but, of course, there are other roles in the background that we need assistance with.

You can find out more about our existing team here.

If you’re interested in finding out more about one of volunteering opportunities below – please fill in the contact form at the bottom of the page.

Current volunteering opportunities

Newsletter Editor

The club is looking to re-establish a bi-monthly mail chimp newsletter, and is therefore seeking a self-motivated individual who can write some initial commentary, and pull an interesting articles from the FBHVC newsletter which is issued to the club by email.

The newsletter is also there primarily to inform of events ado16.info is attending and show case our huge archive of ADO16 information.

Events organiser

ado16.info usually attends two indoor events per year – and occasionally looks to “tag in” with other events where possible. The role of the events organiser to apply for and complete the paperwork process for the two indoor events and plan the stands to match the show theme.

Website contributor

Our website is our shop front, and one that we’ve been incredibly proud of since 1999! It’s a vast archive of information, and always growing and changing. We’re looking for someone to assist with the updating of the website. We use WordPress for our content management system, so ideally looking for someone with knowledge of WordPress – or someone who is keen to learn.

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Michael's interest in cars started from an early age, when he would spend time in his Dad's garage observing many a job being undertaken. Naturally as Michael grew up, cars were firmly a part of his DNA, and as such the interest has gone from strength to strength. Having always had a keen interest in all things British, it probably wouldn't surprise you to know that his portfolio of cars have always been British made.