Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre believe in volunteering and its value to individuals and our community. We believe it enriches the individual and helps them and us to learn new skills and assists us in providing more extensive services to the community. If you are interested in volunteering at the Centre then please telephone the Centre Manager on 01472 851605. See below for further details of the various roles that are open to you.
Time to spare ?
Should you be interested in joining us at Caistor Arts & Heritage Centre then please read the volunteer handbook below and contact us:-
- At the centre - 28 Plough Hill, Caistor, Lincolnshire, LN7 6LZ
- Telephone us on 01472 851605
- Email us at email@example.com to arrange an appointment with our Volunteer Manager to discuss the possibilities.
VOLUNTEER ROLE DESCRIPTIONS
SPECIALIST VOLUNTEER ROLES
Library Director - to help develop our library.
Fund Raising Director - to help raise funding for special projects.
Heritage - assist with heritage exhibitions and display areas within the centre.
Technical Drawing / Draughtsperson to assist us with mini projects.
Special Events Assistant
VOLUNTEERING ACCESS POINT.
In partnership with Voluntary Centre Services West Lindsey, the Volunteering Access Point at Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre aims to promote and increase volunteering from within the local community. Anyone interested in volunteering can receive personalised advice and support from the trained team on Wednesday, 1pm - 3pm, including information about the latest volunteering opportunities across the district, training courses and events, and how to do more for the community.
If you are a local organisation looking for new volunteers, you can also benefit from this service. By letting us know of your requirement for new volunteers, we are able to advertise your opportunity via the National Volunteering Database, www.do-it.org.uk, recommend your roles to volunteers in our one-to-one sessions and provide support to help your organisation to achieve more.
If you are in need of 1 volunteer or 100, please let us know so that we can help you.
For further information, contact:
Heather Arnatt, Project Officer
Local Activities & Events
Every Sunday 10 am meet at Caistor Arts & Heritage Centre
by Nick Coley, Gill Vines, Jo McCann & Barbara Shackley
Meet the Artists on Sat. 8th April 1130 - 1330
Nick Coley Demonstration 8th April 1330 -1600
Monday - Saturday 0900 to 1600
Sunday 1000 to 1430
Saturdays 1200 - 1500
A selection of board games now available in the library
Thursday 0915 to 1000 from 12th January 2017
minimum of 6 children
"#1 of things to do in Caistor"
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