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Actor Paul stages his voluntary show.

Actor Paul Warriner took on a new role when he became a volunteer for the day.

Paul was among several celebrities who helped to promote National Volunteers Week in Kirklees.

He helped the event get off the ground by digging away with Kirklees Countryside Volunteers in Linthwaite.

He is seen (front) hard at work with (from left) David Carter and children Emily and Holly, Sarah Burden and Emma Platts.

Paul appeared as a love-rat lecturer in Coronation Street and the vicar in Fat Friends.

The special week aims to boost the number of people volunteering in the area.

Actor Jonathan Le Billon visited the Lawrence Batley Theatre to work with young people. He also encouraged more people to become stewards there.

Batley Bulldogs rugby league player Barry Eaton and radio DJ Tony Francis are also volunteering during the week.

A Volunteers Fair is being held from 11am to 7pm next Monday at the Methodist Mission on Lord Street. It will provide information about groups and charities who need volunteers.

Picture by Julian Hughes (2624-1-04)
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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Jun 4, 2004
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