Do you enjoy meeting new people?

Are you happy to share what you learn with others?

We are looking for volunteers to help visitors learn more about Gaia and the climate emergency through family activities, sharing stories about our planet home and the natural world, and generally helping visitors around St Peter Mancroft.  We will provide the support and information needed.

Volunteers will be vital to the success of this exhibition so we are very grateful for your offer of support. 

Photo credit: Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)

All volunteers are asked to offer the equivalent to one shift each week during Gaia’s stay - more would be very welcome! We will be following safe recruitment procedures which includes enhanced DBS clearance and online level C0 safeguarding training.

On Saturday 21st August, we'll be hosting a Volunteer Information Session in church so that you can find out more about the role and ask any questions you might have.  Further volunteer training will then take place on Saturday 18th September in The Octagon

Please can we ask you to follow the process outlined below and return all forms, except the confidential declaration, electronically to our Gaia Project Lead.

Paper copies of the role description and application form are available from the Chantry and can be posted to you.  We are also happy to arrange for the online safeguarding training to take place in the parish office if you would like some support with this.
 

Application Form with Volunteer Reference Forms

Confidential Declaration Form (signed by hand, not scanned or emailed) to: fhhaworth@gmail.com marked private and confidential.

 

If you have any further queries, please contact Fiona Haworth at fhhaworth@gmail.com