Cafe Volunteers  with Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust (Ref: 1112)
 
Opportunity picture
The money raised by sales at the cafés will go towards protecting local wildlife and their native homes throughout the County. You will be working alongside fellow wildlife enthusiasts at one of two beautiful sites within the Gloucestershire countryside. Robinswood Hill is a designated nature reserve and Crickley Hill is an area of Special Sites of Scientific Interest. Both sites offer havens for wildlife and are ideal locations for visitors interested in wildlife and walks. The Trust will provide all training for the role and travel expenses along with an assigned supervisor.
What are they looking for?

No experience is needed as they can provide training and food hygiene certificates where applicable. Volunteers however need to be happy with talking to the public and working in an environment that may get busy. If you think you would be able to spare a few hours of your day to help out at one of their cafés please let them know. This does not have to be every week, any time you can spare would be greatly appreciated. They currently need volunteers from August to help out during school holidays and on weekends.

Practical

The Trust is flexible with commitment levels but are looking for volunteer help mainly on weekends and during school holidays. The Trust would be grateful for any time you would like to spare, whether you are able to commit weekly or a couple of times a month, it all goes to help support the Cafés.

When: Saturday morning, Saturday afternoon, Sunday morning, Sunday afternoon,
Age requirements: Over 18
Where?

Robinswood Hill Country Park, Reservoir Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL4 6SX

About Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust
 
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Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust was founded in 1961 by a group of volunteers, led by Sir Peter Scott, who recognised that local wildlife was under threat. Since that first meeting, 50 years ago, the Trust has grown and now has over 500 active volunteers.

As they continue to protect wildlife and expand their areas of wildlife protection they are always in need for more volunteers to not just help on their nature reserve but engage with local communities through events and fundraising.

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