As a volunteer at Chisholme you are appreciated for who you are, not only for what you do.
March/April is a great time to spend out of doors. Come and help transform the beautiful garden here at Chisholme from its winter dormancy to the buzzing potential of the year ahead; potatoes, onion setts, broad beans, peas and root crops will be waiting to be planted out of doors, and in the tunnels, salad, herbs and summer crops can be seeded.
Activities will be varied, with work also in other areas such as woodland, house and kitchen.
Experience the joy of living and working in a place dedicated to supporting the discovery of our own potential. In addition to working with your hands you are invited to take part in conversation and study, meditation and other supportive activities, so you can give space to yourself, and your own questions.
Chisholme is an amazing place to volunteer. You can learn great new skills and really feel appreciated for who you are and what you do.
The recommended donation for the full period (13 days) is £130, or £78 if you are a student. This goes towards the basic costs of your stay including accomodation, all your food, tea and coffee, your laundry, and instruction in new skills. Additional funding comes from our Volunteer Fund.
Cost for a shorter stay: £10/day, or £6/day for students
If you are unable to pay or cannot pay the whole amount, then please do not hesitate to write to email@example.com to discuss your circumstances.
Accommodation is shared, in double, triple or dormitory style rooms. Bed linen and towels are provided. Wash facilities, showers and toilets are grouped together on the ground foor
Volunteers are a vital part of life at Chisholme. The School could not have been built, nor maintained over the last forty years, without the support of many dedicated volunteers.
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