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Spencer's Retreat is in its infancy and so volunteers can be involved in its development. Volunteers are essential to the success of Spencer’s Retreat. We depend on the generosity of our volunteer family to help keep the retreat an economical and safe place for everyone to play and learn. We would love to have you join our family of volunteers! ​
We are looking for individuals who: 

  • Are at least 18 years of age and can access the retreat independently
  • Can work as part of a team and by themselves
  • Have a good work ethic 
  • Are enthusiastic 
  • Are creative and innovative
  • Will be a positive representative of our retreat

We Offer in Return

  • Induction by our resident farm Steve Lee with 20 years experience.
  • Training First Aid, Health and Safety, Food Hygiene, Safeguarding, C.O.S.H.H, and Fire Safety. (All courses are carried out by our accredited trainer and all courses are accredited and recognized nationally. 
  •  Professional References. 
  • Volunteer Supervisons
  • Volunteer Feedback
  • Volunteer Meetings 
  • Volunteer Get Togethers and Team Building.
Volunteer opportunities: 

Fundraising, Funding, Applications.
Project Management
Health and Safety 
Volunteer Management
Animal Welfare (Feeding, Handling, Health Care and Bedding)
Events Workers (Easter, Halloween, Christmas and events we put on throughout the year)
Group Session Leaders
Community Workers contacts local Schools, Groups, and colleges to see if they would like to use our farm.
Planning and Development.
DIY fencing shed building and general maintenance.
Gardening
Plus lots more

If you are interested please complete the form below.


If you are interested in becoming a volunteer please email Simon Morris at  volunteeratspencers@thelangdaletrust.com and please include an up todate CV and we will will let you know if we have any role available. We are unable to accept any Duke of Edinburgh Award students at the current time. 

Thank you for getting in touch and look forward to hearing from you.

Regards

Simon Morris
Chair of The Langdale Trust