Montacute seeking volunteers for Wallace and Gromit celebration

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Montacute House has partnered with Aardman Animations, as part of their 30th anniversary of Wallace & Gromit national
celebrations, to create a display of the model of Tottington Hall used in the filming of 'The Curse of the Were-Rabbit'.
Montacute House was used as the inspiration for creating Tottington Hall.

We are looking for a team of passionate and outgoing volunteers to help with the display and other activities linked to it. It really is an exciting opportunity for anyone looking to gain experience, locally, working with exhibitions and events, in a busy, customer facing environment. Or even if they just love Wallace & Gromit!

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