Connecting the community and improving health and wellbeing – one hour at a time!

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Woolmer Forest Timebank meets every first Thursday of the month at
Forest Community Centre in Bordon 10am - 12pm.

Why not drop in for a cuppa and talk about how we can help each other?

As a member of our Timebank you don't have to be an expert......just willing to exchange your time and receive time from someone else!! It’s that simple!

We believe that everyone has talents and abilities to share and Timebanking is a great way for people to benefit and learn from one another. Timebanking links people to share their time and skills. Everyone’s time is equal: one hour of help earns one time credit to spend when you need it. Organisations can join too.

Choose how to get involved

You’ll find it useful to read our Members’ Handbook too.

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You can find links to some of our recent newsletters below:-

March 2020 2nd Newsletter
March 2020 1st Newsletter
February 2020 2nd Newsletter
February 2020 1st NewsletterJanuary 2020 1st Newsletter

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Timebanking has been discussed on the BBC World Service series People Fixing The World. Listen to the podcast here: BBC Timebank Podcast

We've also been discussed by our CEO, Sarah Bird, as part of the world famous TEDx TALK series. You can watch the full talk here: TEDx Talk - Timebanking

For more information about what we do and how you can get involved, download our Timebank Handbook: Timebank Handbook

To find out more about Woolmer Forest Timebank, please contact our Timebank team. Tel: 07723 531922 - Email:

Time To Bank Time - A Poem By Luke Lloyd

Every first Thursday we here gather
For coffee tea biscuits and chatter,
To build relations, maybe friendships
And craft clever copy fresh from pen tips,
That's the theme this week at least,
To contemplate and shatter that peace
Maybe next time we'll paint or build,
Such is the nature of this next door guild,
We work as a team, that's you and me
To strengthen the ties of community,
Relates experience and discuss how to
Return our burb to long held values,
We gathered souls, we must ambass
And educate this growing town mass,
But I'm constantly bugged by this frank notion,
How do I bank time if there's no banks open?