To learn to read

Terry Venables

07517 196 208

To volunteer

Maigread Reynolds

07969 169 696

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Current volunteering opportunities:

There are lots of interesting ways to get involved in a Read Easy group and we often have vacancies, both on our local Management Team and for Reading Coaches. At the moment we are particularly looking to fill the following roles:

  • Reading Coaches
  • Publicity Organiser
  • Venue Organiser
  • IT Supporter
  • Fundraiser
  • Data Protection Champion

If there is a role listed here that would suit you, please either contact the volunteer using the contact details above, or complete a form using the ‘Enquire now’ button. If there are no suitable vacancies listed at the moment, you can still get in touch if you would like to, and we can keep a note of your interest, if you are happy for us to keep your details.

If you would like to find out more about each of our volunteer roles click here.

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About our group:

Read Easy Birmingham South West was established in January 2022 and covers areas such as Bartley Green, Druid’s Heath, Kings Norton, Longbridge, Moseley, Northfield, Selly Oak, Stirchley and Weoley Castle.

We are always interested in new venues, volunteers and funding. If you would like to support our work, please get in touch via

Read Easy groups are financially independent from Read Easy UK, and we are responsible for raising all the money needed to keep our group going. If you would like to support our work, please get in touch to find out how.

Group Supporters:

We would like to thank the following organisations for supporting us:

  • The Grail Society (funding supporter)
  • Northfield Library
  • King’s Norton Library
  • Harborne Library
  • Stirchley Library
  • Weoley Castle Library
  • Kings Heath Library

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