Barrington Court are holding 3 recruitment open days.
Yeovil Library 30th Jan 10am-1pm
Crewkerne Library 6th Feb 10am-1pm
Barrington Court 2nd Feb 10.30am-1pm & 2-4pm
All the sessions are drop-in sessions.
They are looking for Court House Welcomers and Conservation Volunteers.
There are some fantastic perks to volunteering at Barrington Court. Whether you want to improve your CV and begin your journey in the tourism and charity sector or make new friends, learn new skills or just give something back. Being a volunteer is open to all ages and skills. Choosing to be a volunteer with the National Trust could be the best decision you ever made.
Volunteers bring Barrington Court to life; whether you have a whole day or just a few hours to give, working as a volunteer offers you the opportunity to get involved and make use of your existing talents while developing new skills. From providing a friendly first point of contact in visitor reception, to keeping the gardens and grounds looking their best or providing a first-class welcome in the house.
How to find out more?
If you want to find out more about volunteering at Barrington Court, why not get in touch by email email@example.com and by phone on 01460 241938, or turn up at one the recruitment days.
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