Volunteers are an integral part of the Partnership. With the efforts and assistance given by volunteers our projects will not only be successful, but the outcomes of the projects will positively impact those involved, residents and the local area. In return volunteers will receive opportunities to acquire new skills, attend training sessions, workshops and events.
Volunteering has many benefits; meeting like-minded people, building confidence and promoting well being in new surroundings.
Volunteering can change perceptions and create a community of caring considerate individuals who keep alive traditions.
Gaining skills whilst volunteering with the project will help to form a knowledge and skill base within local communities that in the long term can safeguard their landscape and cultural heritage after the project has finished.