The Club offers two types of opportunity to volunteer and assist on the UK Sites network:-
Volunteers - Those who can help out with tasks on many of our UK Sites, assisting the Wardens with their duties.
Volunteer Wardens - These volunteers actually run the site on a short-term voluntary basis, without the assistance of a Warden.
The Club has two Sites in its network, that are run entirely by Volunteer Wardens and these are:-
Aberbran, Powys and
Slinfold in West Sussex.
The volunteer wardens are key to the running of this site and duties include:-
- Meeting, Greeting and Booking-in members as they arrive on site.
- Dealing with Telephone Calls
- End of month accounts
- Grounds maintenance
- Liaison with Head Office
- Volunteer Wardens usually work for at least two consecutive weeks and full training and uniform is provided.
Interested in becoming a volunteer warden?
Contact the Club directly to find out more information about becoming a volunteer