Volunteering opportunities in Rural Rother
Battle Abbey are looking for keen individuals that like to work with young people and have an interest in history.
We are looking for Education Volunteers to deliver walking tours to 14-16 year olds. Full training will be provided, we have two training dates coming up on 22nd & 27th August at Battle Abbey. Please see the role description attached
MOPP holds regular meetings at Fairlight Village Hall from 9.30am – 2.30pm every Friday for older people living in Marsham ward. they are looking for new people to help on Fridays between 9am and 2pm to help with looking after our members, making tea, serving lunch, collecting money, meeting and greeting etc. and also for those who could help in the kitchen. MOPP is also seeking new Committee members. For more details click here
Robertsbridge Age Concern run the Monday Lunch Club and are looking for new volunteers: Kitchen assistants to help warm and serve the food; Drivers to take people to and from home; an entertainment organiser. The Lunch Club runs from 10.45 to 2pm every Monday except Bank Holidays, Check full details and contact information here Robertsbridge Monday Lunch Club
Volunteer with us at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve – whether you are looking to fill a few hours once a month or make a major contribution to the work of the nature reserve, there are many ways to volunteer. Volunteering can be an enjoyable way to meet new people, learn new skills (or show off your existing ones) and gain useful experience. Check out the wide range of opportunities available through the website
Hands of Hope (HOH) is a charity based in Peasmarsh, working IN and FOR the local community with two main aims – to tackle social isolation in the elderly (loneliness) & childhood obesity, through the production of locally grown, organic food. From experience in growing, maintaining, preparing and cooking food, to fund-raising, managing market stalls and food-vans, or simply running our Lunch Clubs for the Elderly, HOH desperately need to hear from people who can spare as little or as much time as they have available to support these fantastic projects. Further details Hands of Hope charity Mar 2017. Contact 07968 333 097 or email@example.com
Beanstalk, a national literacy charity, is searching for members of the community in Rye and its surrounding villages to volunteer as Reading Helpers in local primary schools in a bid to raise literacy levels and to inspire confidence in struggling and reluctant readers.
The Club is beginning a Sailability project that will enble people with a disability to enjoy sailing. One weekend a month. Seeking volunteers able to offer support for basic preparation/maintenance of club boats and also shore crew to help with launching and admin Contact Club Secretary, David Townsley 01424 882066 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Become part of the management team of our community online newspaper by reporting or editing. Visit our website http://www.ryenews.org.uk
Working from home in your own time, going to events that you enjoy and reporting on them, or previewing them to encourage other readers to go. Four hours per week would probably represent minimum commitment, but it’s up to you how much you do. It helps to enjoy exerc
ising writing and reading skills. Also ability to use basic computer skills.
Contact Kenneth Bird 01797 225030 email@example.com
RYE COMMUNITY GARDEN
Looking for people to get involved in all aspects of running our garden in Love Lane, Rye. We advertise our events and regular work sessions on Facebook:
Usually Saturday mornings and Tuesday afternoons, but not every week. Details of our next one are chalked up on the sign boards outside the garden
For further details contact firstname.lastname@example.org 07885 469722
LITTLE GATE FARM
Opportunities are varied: Office; Fundraising; Running craft projects; Animal feeding at weekends; Farmers market stall; Contact details: Claire Cordell, Little Gate Farm, Horseshoe Lane Beckley TN31 6RZ email@example.com