Volunteer opportunities in St Margaret’s Bay
- Travel expenses
- A free lunch per 7hr day
- Training to carry out tasks successfully
- Health and safety gear
- A reference
- Help with your CV
How to start volunteering with us
As a small, close-knit team, we are excited to welcome volunteers from all professional back-grounds, bringing diversity and wide-ranging skills and perspectives to our organisation.
If you have a creative idea that you would like to share with us, we are always happy to listen!
Previous volunteering opportunities have included:
Storytelling, museum curation, guided walks and guided tours around our estate, horticulture and food growing, marketing and social media, getting involved in learning about sustainable environmental projects, foraging, coastal protection, sustainable building from recyclable materials, outdoor learning, administrative assistance, creative arts and health and wellbeing initiatives, green gym and outdoor pursuits.
We hold a gardening volunteer day every Thursday. Please get in touch if you are interested in joining us!
National Council for Voluntary Organisations (2019) Time Well Spent A National Survey on the Volunteer Experience
https://www.ncvo.org.uk/images/documents/policy_and_research/volunteering/Volunteer-experience_Summary.pdf. Accessed 29 May 2019
Volunteer profile – Jackie Redwood
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