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Volunteering opportunities

Find out about the latest opportunities to help your local community.

Volunteers' Tea Party
The museum could not operate without the dedication and commitment of our valued volunteers. 

We will be hosting a Volunteers' Tea Party, at Saffron Walden Museum, on Monday 11 June, from 1:30 to 5:00pm, with special guest:  Dawn French, the Chief Executive at Uttlesford District Council, who will be coming to meet and thank Museum volunteers.

If you would like to learn more about volunteering opportunities on the Welcome Desk at the Museum, do come along too; please let us know whether or not you will be able to join us, 01799 510333 or email museum@uttlesford.gov.uk.

Volunteer at a pink ribbon walk
Enjoy a fun day out at Audley End House and Gardens on Saturday 19 June 
Help support the Pink Ribbon Walkers with every step. You don't need any experience or special skills, just a good team spirit and plenty of enthusiasm.
Lots of roles available from marshalling the route to handing out medals. 
If you can help please contact us on 01799 510525 or email: volunteer@volunteeruttlesford.org.uk 

Saffron Walden FĂȘte de la Musique
In 2015 the first Saffron Walden FĂȘte de la Musique was held.  It was a great success making the town into one great party. This is a free event celebrating music of all kinds played in 11 venues around the town with over 500 local musicians. It even has a steel band and a ukulele workshop.

Volunteer Uttlesford need your help and support with
Distributing leaflets in the market on 9, 17 and 23 June
Decorating venues and erecting gazebos 24 June between 10.00am and 11.30am.
From 11.45 am until 5.30 pm Stewards are needed to be at each venue to ensure the smooth running of each act. Volunteers can stay at a venue for the whole afternoon or they can do a 2 hour shift.

If you would like to be part of this free day of music please contact Volunteer Uttlesford on 01799 510525 or volunteer@volunteeruttlesford.co.uk

Help cheer up our stations
Become a 'Station Adopter'
Our local , sometimes unmanned stations, will benefit hugely from your help in reporting any problems, being a welcoming face for travellers, 
promoting the existence and the attractions of the rail service within your own community. Timetables can be made available in the village shop, a regular column in the parish magazine can highlight special offers or destinations for a railway trip, and keeping in touch with your parish council is always a good way to ensure that our railways and stations retain their position within our communities.
Contact us today - your station is waiting for you!

Blind and housebound social club
Be part of a friendly fun group who need some secretarial help. 

Youth group
Like to volunteer with a youth group? Accuro Care Services has opportunities for their evening youth groups in the Uttlesford area? Contact us on 01799 510525 or email: volunteer@volunteeruttlesford.org.uk and let us know!

Trustees
Trustees are needed in a variety of organisations. 

Office support
If you have sometime to spare and would like to help out in a friendly and happy office environment please contact the volunteer centre, we would love to have a chat with you. 

Talking newspapers
Volunteers are needed to help as 'readers' also editors, technicians and administration.

Volunteer at Cambridge museums
The University of Cambridge Museums have a number of exciting volunteer opportunities coming up over the next two months. Why not start your New Year's Resolutions early and get involved?
Please contact us for more information or see  the 'Get Involved' section of the Cambridge museums website.
Tel. 01799 510 525, Email: volunteer@volunteeruttlesford.org.uk

 


Additional information

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Volunteer Uttlesford logo
If you are interested in any of the above volunteering opportunities please contact Volunteer Uttlesford.

Email: volunteer@volunteeruttlesford.org.uk
Tel. 01799 510525.

The office is open Monday to Thursday 9.00 am to 2.00 pm.