Come to our volunteer recruitment fair to find out how you can put years of skills and experience towards our cause, or try your hand at something brand new.
Whether you love to share stories, want to get your hands dirty, bring history to life for our younger visitors or really enjoy making the perfect cuppa – we’ll find a place for you.
These volunteers all love what they do, so why not join the volunteer team at Kinver Edge?
There’s a great variety of roles here, and you can learn about them all at our recruitment fair. Staff will be on hand to explain the training we can offer you to get you started, and you can meet our existing volunteers to find out from them what it’s like to be part of the team.
Helen Selkirk, Community Engagement Officer says ‘For many of our volunteers, what they love about spending time with us is making connections – with the history of the Rock Houses, with our visitors, the incredible landscape, and the other volunteers. Meeting us at the Recruitment Fair is a great way to make that first connection, and see where volunteering could take you.’
Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses are supported by the work of over 100 volunteers, but we still need more . If you are interested in how you can be part of the care for this unique place, please do come along to meet us on Thursday 9th July. If you are unable to make the date, but still want to find out more, get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01384 872553.
Did you know?
Last year the Rock Houses welcomed over 19,000 visitors. 2017 will mark the centenary of the National Trust’s management of this unique place.
Kinver Edge is a SSSI area of heath and woodland, an important habitat for a number of reptile, moth and bird species.
The National Trust looks after more than 250,000 hectares of countryside, 710 miles of coastline and hundreds of historic places across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. For more information and ideas for great value family days out go to:http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/