Volunteer for us
Who Can Volunteer for Saxon Hall Community Centre?
Want to Volunteer, we welcome enquires from anyone. Saxon Hall is committed to promoting and actively implementing equal opportunities from all backgrounds.
We have volunteers of all ages and backgrounds with different skills and knowledge to share here at Saxon Hall and we are always welcoming new volunteers to join our team.
What Skills and Experience do I need?
Enthusiasm and the ability to bring out the best in others is far more important to us than formal qualification.
What Preparation will I be given?
All our volunteers are given a full induction and training for the role they have chosen, and ongoing support and training will be given during your volunteering time with us at Saxon Hall.
What kind of ongoing support will I receive as a volunteer?
You will receive ongoing support from our Centre Manager and training and the opportunity to gain new skills and qualifications will be offered to support your ongoing role at Saxon Hall.
How will Saxon Hall decide if I am suitable for a volunteering role?
Depending on the role you will be asked for references and may have to undergo a DBS check if the role involves young children or vulnerable adults.
How do I Apply
You can call us on 01432 279364 and ask for the Centre Manager David Griffiths or you can email us email@example.com. You can discuss what role you are interested in and we can then send you a role description.
We are looking for volunteers who have an interest in office work. Some basic knowledge of Microsoft Office is desirable. We are looking for an enthusiastic person who can engage with enquiries with a friendly telephone and face to face manner.
Stay and Play (Tuesdays 10 am to 12 noon)
We are looking for volunteers who enjoy engaging with the public by helping out with stay and play with our play leader Kate.
The Echo Community Café (Tuesdays and Wednesday 10 am to 2 pm)
We are looking for volunteers who enjoy working with others and supporting adults with learning difficulties. Basic knowledge of food hygiene is desirable but not essential as full training will be given to support this role. A friendly person who enjoys engaging with the general public.
The Community Garden
We are looking for volunteers who are keen on gardening. Some knowledge of horticulture is desirable but not essential being part of the community garden team will soon see you swapping skills and gaining knowledge about all aspects of gardening.
For more information on any of these roles please contact David Griffiths Centre Manager for a volunteer role description and a chat about the benefits of volunteering at Saxon Hall.
Tel: 01432 279 364