It’s Volunteers’ Week 2020 – an opportunity for us to pay tribute to our fantastic team of volunteers.
Thank you to all of our volunteers for all the time, energy and enthusiasm you bring helping our young visitors learn how to keep themselves safe. Guiding children around Hazard Alley and helping them to practice making emergency 999 calls creates an engaging and memorable learning experience. Teaching children the knowledge, skills and attitudes they need is ever more critical in the current pandemic but sadly something we can’t do at Kiln Farm right now.
We miss you terribly during lock down but the Virtual Volunteer Cuppa on a Friday morning is a high spot in our week. We’re also well impressed with your determination to keep in touch and your willingness to embrace video conferencing in order to stay in touch remotely. You are keeping us all young and inspired to rebuild once this is all over.
We can’t wait until we can welcome you back to the centre all in your green tops and with your big smiles, ready to put into practice all the brilliant suggestions to make visits possible again from our recent zoom call. In Volunteers’ Week and every week, let’s keep our community going, the laughs comings, and the conversation going until we can meet again in person.
If you are interested in joining this fabulous bunch of people, we are always looking for more volunteers. You can find out more here or email us to arrange a chat.