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Great Britain Great Britain: CONCUKSTV03-24A - Green and Away 2 - Events Phase - Multiple dates! (CONCUKSTV03-24A)

Dates

24/06/2024   -   05/08/2024

Feedback from 28 volunteers

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Environmental
Social
Festival

Already accepted volunteers from

Mexico

Fee

Free i Fee is paid in two installments:

0 to be paid now.
GBP 50 is to be paid after acceptance.

Note: Total fee can vary depending on bank rates.
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Details on the project

Age
18 - 70
Max number of volunteers
6
Still room for
2 Male + 2 Female
Languages
English
Vegetarian food
Yes
Access with disability
Yes
Nearest airport
Birmingham (BHX)
Nearest bus/train station
Nearest train station: Worcester There is a regular bus service from Worcester city centre to the village (4 miles/7 km).
Map

Work

The host is looking for people who like working hard, having fun, and being part of a community to get involved. At Green & Away the host lives in a comfortable outdoor venue as a community of up to 30 volunteers working together to look after the temporary summer home, taking turns to cook meals, and keeping the site running alongside hosting events. The type of activities you will be involved in depends on which phase of Green and Away you join (there are three) and this may involve putting up large marquees, housekeeping of tents or catering large events (there will be more volunteering, these are just examples.)

You will be supported and encouraged to be involved in whatever you feel most comfortable doing, and the host always supports and appreciates new ideas and feedback – Green & Away is a place to share and learn new skills. The host warmly welcomes and encourages individuals of all backgrounds, ethnicities, races, genders, abilities, ages, religions, and orientations to join the Green & Away project.

Events Phase: Throughout the season we welcome different groups for whom we provide the venue and support in the smooth running of their events. Tasks involve welcoming guests and helping them settle in, cooking meals and baking bread and cakes, washing up, running the bar and cafe, cleaning the showers and toilets, chopping wood, and preparing the site for the next group (washing bedding, making beds, looking after the site).
Each event is different, and no day is the same at Green & Away. By working together as a team, we make even the washing up of over 200 plates a fun task, and you will have the opportunity of trying out different jobs and taking on new responsibilities and challenges! Between events, tasks turn to tidying up and working on different improvement projects which can vary over the years.

Accomodation and food

The host is an outdoor venue and campsite so all accommodation is tented – this is for all volunteers as well as guests will be in tents. Green & Away will provide you with a space in a tent with a camp bed, sleeping bag, pillow and blanket – IT IS STILL COLD AT NIGHT DURING UK SUMMERTIME, PLEASE ENSURE YOU BRING ENOUGH WARM CLOTHES.

All food is provided (3 meals a day, regular tea breaks, with cake!). Meals are vegetarian/vegan, organic, fresh and local when possible. IF you do have any specific dietary requirements, please let the host know in advance.

The site has an outdoor biomass-powered, wood cladded shower cubicles, composting toilets, drinking water taps, clothes washing facilities and a washing line. The host provides eco-friendly toiletries. All safety and volunteering equipment is provided by Green and Away.

Location and leisure

The site is situated close to a small village which has some small activities going on, the site is roughly 5-6 miles from Worcester with a direct bus. Volunteers can travel quite freely to a big city. More immediately the site is located to a café with walking trails and a river for swimming bordering the site. The nearest hospital is 9 miles away. You will get 2 days off of volunteering, days off are not the same each week, but rest will be assured to all volunteers.

The work at Green & Away is what brings us together, but there is also plenty of time for evening activities, revelling in music and laughter in our bar, swimming, playing games and enjoying an evening round the campfire. There is also opportunity for day trips to visit the local area, cultural visits or special days out like canoeing on your days off.
You are also invited to engage with our Education Wednesdays, where we spend an afternoon together learning from one another in a variety of ways through talks, workshops and discussions. If you have a skill or knowledge on a topic you would like to share with the group let us know!

Project hosted by

IMPORTANT PLEASE NOTE: This is an ongoing project with several starting dates. In your application, make sure to add which date you would like to start your 2 weeks project. You can apply for several 2-week periods in the same application.

Green & Away is a registered educational charity, who organise, build and run a unique, tented sustainable venue – a temporary outdoor eco-village, situated on the banks of the River Teme, in lush Countryside overlooked by the Malvern Hulls in the West of England.

Every summer since 1990, many volunteers from all different walks of life and all over the world have come together to create a beautiful space for events, connection to the outdoors, community and learning – and we are very excited to welcome you!

Directions to meeting point

Directions to meeting point will be sent to volunteers in advance.

Additional comments

For Green and Away it is really important the volunteer understands what we are about (environmental charity, not a music festival! etc.) and the circumstances of the facilities (outdoor showers, camping). Green & Away need volunteers to have a good level of English (B2) which is integral to the safety of themselves and everyone they are working with. A pre-approval interview over the phone will be organised with the host after applications.

Requirements

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS AND HOW TO APPLY The host may reach out to you to establish levels of English, you will receive an email if successful. A conversational level of B2 is necessary to understand safety instructions.

ACCESSIBILITY Volunteers need to have a good level of physical fitness and be confident walking on uneven ground outside.

Great Britain Great Britain: Concordia UK - International Leaders Programme (CONCUKSTV05-24)

Dates

01/07/2024   -   31/08/2024

Feedback from 28 volunteers

Tags

Environmental
Educational
Manual Work

Already accepted volunteers from

Turkey Spain

Fee

Free
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Details on the project

Age
18 - 65
Max number of volunteers
10
Still room for
4 Male + 3 Female
Languages
English
Vegetarian food
Yes
Access with disability
Yes
Nearest airport
 
Nearest bus/train station
 

Work

As well as sending volunteers in the UK all over the world to take part in volunteer projects, we host international volunteers and UK volunteers on our national programme. Our UK projects allow both teens and adults to explore the UK whilst making a difference. Each project is created in close partnership with charitable organisations who's first priority, like ours, is to improve the lives of others.



YOU WILL GET TO CHOOSE A PROJECT YOU COORDINATE, YOU WILL NOT COORDINATE THE WHOLE TIME, PROJECTS USUALLY LAST A WEEK - YOU CAN COORDINATE MORE THAN ONE PROJECT. IF YOU CHOOSE TO DO MORE THAN ONE PROJECT YOU WILL HAVE TO ACCOMMODATE YOURSELF UNTIL THE SECOND PROJECT BEGINS. The types of projects you may be a leader on are:

• Supporting children’s play schemes and summer camps
• Helping to run festivals
• Working with adults and/or children with learning difficulties
• Carrying out environmental work in local parks and nature reserves
• Working at a animal sanctuary
• Supporting educational community farms
• Caring for the elderly

As a UK Coordinator, you will immerse yourself into the project and ensure the international volunteers joining the project will have a rewarding project.
ROLE OBJECTIVES
On most of our UK projects we need one or two experienced group coordinators to represent Concordia and help the project run smoothly. The coordinators act as a link between the host organisation, the international volunteers and Concordia. The Coordinators work alongside the volunteers and help the group to organise their day to day living and free time. They also manage a budget for food and social activities, to make sure the everyone gets their fair share of work and fun.

Most projects involve volunteers aged 18+, however coordinators could also lead groups of international volunteers aged 16-17 (teen projects).

• Ensure their safety
• Coordinate volunteering programme (with host) and leisure activities with the group
• Report any safeguarding concerns
• Support and run sessions, give feedback and create positive environments for young people

Coordinators are not responsible for the initial planning and organisation of the project as this is the responsibility of the host organisation prior to the project start.

DUTIES OF THE ROLE

To be part of an exciting programme that has tangible results for the young people involved. This role is demanding and fast-paced but highly rewarding.

Main duties:
• You will need to lead, inspire, and support a team of international volunteers
• Ensure programme content is delivered and understood by the group, acting as a facilitator for your team’s volunteering project
• Lead by example and get involved in leisure and volunteering activities, keeping the team motivated at all times

Accomodation and food

All projects vary in accommodation depending on which project you choose to coordinate. These will vary from University Accommodation to camping.
All international leaders will receive all meals free throughout the duration of the project. If you do more than one project, you will only receive food while on a Concordia project.

Location and leisure

The location will vary dependant on the types of project that you choose to do, Concordia can give you more information once you have chosen a project.

Project hosted by

Concordia is a charity based in Brighton, UK. Our mission is to support people to develop skills and gain experiences so that they can thrive. We run programmes that change lives and nurture global citizens who care about each other, their local communities and the world.

We are part of a global community – we work with partners and people from all over the world. All our projects are impactful - whether they are just up the road from us or on the other side of the world. We do this by working with local communities delivering programmes that respond to local needs.

Concordia was founded in 1943 to recruit volunteer labour to encourage peace and reconciliation in the aftermath of the Second World War. Since then, Concordia has supported around three-quarters of a million people to undertake incredible programmes that support local communities all over the world.

Additional comments

WHAT DO INTERNATIONAL LEADERS GAIN FROM THIS ROLE:
• Improve leadership and organisational skills
• Improve youth work skills on projects with volunteers under 18 years old
• Experience different cultures
• Get valuable experience in the local and UK volunteering sector and a reference from Concordia
• Get more opportunities for training and volunteering with Concordia in the UK and abroad
• Fulfil course criteria for relevant disciplines (for example, youth work, intercultural/international studies/organisational studies and more)
• Improve CV and future employability
ADDITIONAL BENEFITS: All volunteers will get access to our Staff Skills Training database for continuous development training throughout their time with Concordia.

If you choose to apply for this for this international leaders programme, Concordia will invite you to an interview and you will have training with Concordia.

How to Apply: Apply through PLATO for an application pack or email max.bateman@concordia.org.uk

Great Britain Great Britain: CONCUKSTV03-24B - Green and Away - Take down phase! Multiple start dates (CONCUKSTV03-24B)

Dates

29/07/2024   -   15/08/2024

Feedback from 28 volunteers

Tags

Environmental
Social
Festival
3
Place(s)
left
full for < 18

Already accepted volunteers from

Hungary Belgium Mexico

Fee

Free i Fee is paid in two installments:

0 to be paid now.
GBP 50 is to be paid after acceptance.

Note: Total fee can vary depending on bank rates.
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Details on the project

Age
18 - 70
Max number of volunteers
6
Still room for
3 Male + 0 Female
Languages
English
Vegetarian food
Yes
Access with disability
Yes
Nearest airport
Birmingham (BHX)
Nearest bus/train station
Nearest train station: Worcester There is a regular bus service from Worcester city centre to the village (4 miles/7 km).
Map

Work

At the end of the season the entire site is deconstructed and packed away for the winter. Like setup, this involves a lot of manual labour and hard work but is a time when the team really comes together as we work to leave the field as we found it at the beginning of the summer.
We make sure that all structures are cleaned, dried and packed away. You’ll have the chance to see the behind the scenes of outdoor living and event infrastructure and take part in plenty of problem solving and logistics tasks. While the work can be quite physical, we find that because we are not hosting events anymore, we have more time for team activities such as fancy banquet dinners, dress-up parties or relaxing campfire evenings.
If it is something you want to have a go at, then takedown may be the phase for you! Please note that as we take structures down the facilities on the field will become more minimal (toilets and showers will be available till the end).

Accomodation and food

The host is an outdoor venue and campsite so all accommodation is tented – this is for all volunteers as well as guests will be in tents. Green & Away will provide you with a space in a tent with a camp bed, sleeping bag, pillow and blanket – IT IS STILL COLD AT NIGHT DURING UK SUMMERTIME, PLEASE ENSURE YOU BRING ENOUGH WARM CLOTHES.

All food is provided (3 meals a day, regular tea breaks, with cake!). Meals are vegetarian/vegan, organic, fresh and local when possible. IF you do have any specific dietary requirements, please let the host know in advance.

The site has an outdoor biomass-powered, wood cladded shower cubicles, composting toilets, drinking water taps, clothes washing facilities and a washing line. The host provides eco-friendly toiletries. All safety and volunteering equipment is provided by Green and Away.

Location and leisure

The site is situated close to a small village which has some small activities going on, the site is roughly 5-6 miles from Worcester with a direct bus. Volunteers can travel quite freely to a big city. More immediately the site is located to a café with walking trails and a river for swimming bordering the site. The nearest hospital is 9 miles away. You will get 2 days off of volunteering, days off are not the same each week, but rest will be assured to all volunteers.

The work at Green & Away is what brings us together, but there is also plenty of time for evening activities, revelling in music and laughter in our bar, swimming, playing games and enjoying an evening round the campfire. There is also opportunity for day trips to visit the local area, cultural visits or special days out like canoeing on your days off.
You are also invited to engage with our Education Wednesdays, where we spend an afternoon together learning from one another in a variety of ways through talks, workshops and discussions. If you have a skill or knowledge on a topic you would like to share with the group let us know!

Project hosted by

Green & Away is a registered educational charity, who organise, build and run a unique, tented sustainable venue – a temporary outdoor eco-village, situated on the banks of the River Teme, in lush Countryside overlooked by the Malvern Hulls in the West of England.

Every summer since 1990, many volunteers from all different walks of life and all over the world have come together to create a beautiful space for events, connection to the outdoors, community and learning – and we are very excited to welcome you!

You will be supported and encouraged to be involved in whatever you feel most comfortable doing, and the host always supports and appreciates new ideas and feedback – Green & Away is a place to share and learn new skills. The host warmly welcomes and encourages individuals of all backgrounds, ethnicities, races, genders, abilities, ages, religions, and orientations to join the Green & Away project.

This is an ongoing project with several starting dates. In your application, make sure to add which date you would like to start your 2 weeks project. You can apply for several 2-week periods in the same application.

Directions to meeting point

A travel guide will be sent to the volunteer nearer the time

Additional comments

For Green and Away it is really important the volunteer understands what we are about (environmental charity, not a music festival! etc.) and the circumstances of the facilities (outdoor showers, camping). Green & Away need volunteers to have a good level of English (B2) which is integral to the safety of themselves and everyone they are working with. A pre-approval interview over the phone will be organised with the host after applications.

Requirements

The host will reach out to you to establish levels of English, you will receive an email if successful. A conversational level of B2 is necessary to understand safety instructions.

Great Britain Great Britain: CONCUKSTV02B-24 - CAMP CRUSOE 2 (CONCUKSTV02B-24)

Dates

03/08/2024   -   17/08/2024

Feedback from 28 volunteers

Tags

Children
Sport
1
Place(s)
left
full for < 18

Already accepted volunteers from

Italy Germany

Fee

Free i Fee is paid in two installments:

0 to be paid now.
GBP 50 is to be paid after acceptance.

Note: Total fee can vary depending on bank rates.
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Details on the project

Age
18 - 25
Max number of volunteers
2
Still room for
1
Languages
English
Vegetarian food
Yes
Nearest airport
Norwich (NWI)
Nearest bus/train station
Thetford Train Station - The nearest airport to Thetford is Norwich (NWI) Airport, other nearby airports include London Stansted (STN), London Luton (LTN), London Heathrow (LHR)and London Gatwick (LGW) (95.9 miles). The host is able to take you back to London on the last day of the project via a free coach service.
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Work

Volunteers will be part of an amazing ‘Camp counselling’ team where they will help shadow and learn the role of how to be part of an amazing Summer Camp team. Volunteers will help run games and activities with the young campers, making sure that they have a fun and memorable experience. Volunteers will also help to ensure that the camp is kept clean, tidy and safe by taking turns in cleaning the communal areas and making sure everything is running smoothly.

Volunteers will also have training and reading prior to the start of the camp to prepare for the role.

Accomodation and food

As well as the purpose built main house and the cabin glades, there is a vast number of exciting activities on site such as the climbing wall, zip line, archery range, challenge zone and caving system, plus areas to chill out such as the yurt, log barns and hammock sanctuary, and then many bike trails and easy river access for swimming, canoeing and Kayaking. An essential element of Summer Camp is the cabin experience.
Campers sleep in a number of secure and modern cabins, separated into two cabin glades by gender. Each cabin has 5 beds, with volunteer cabins integrated throughout each glade – staff will not be sharing with campers, but with other volunteers. There is outdoor ablutions block very nearby with loos and hot showers but also girls and boys facilities in the main house.

All meals are provided by kitchen staff, if you have any dietary requirements please let Concordia know in advance.

Location and leisure

Camp Crusoe’s home for the summer is the absolutely fantastic Thorpe Woodlands Adventure Centre just outside Thetford, Norfolk. Set in glorious private woodland. There is access to the beautiful Shadwell park, featuring rolling landscape, large fields and woodlands. Volunteers will be able to visit the Shadwell Gardens and pleasure grounds. It is a 10 minute drive from the site to the local town of Thetford where there is access to local restaurants, cafes and museums.

Project hosted by

Camp Crusoe is the quintessentially British Summer Camp experience, where campers feel connected, valued, challenged and supported. The host wants every camper to have a fun experience and believe that modern childhood is too short, and the host is passionate about ‘making the most of every moment’. Camp Crusoe is a fun and adventurous camp and not a summer school. Camp Crusoe prides themselves on being a small camp that cares, there are no more than 80 campers per two week stay; the host is passionate that community bonds are formed throughout their stay at camp and friendships that remain long after camp has finished.

The extensive program of activities from water sports to drama, archery to photography, appeals to every type of child, offering the opportunity for each camper to grow in confidence, improve their decision-making skills and maybe discover a new lifelong hobby. We don’t try to cram too much in and allow just the right amount of time for campers to hangout, make new friends and play together. Camp Crusoe is a small, independent camp run by a close-knit team of friends and family who are committed to enriching children’s lives. The core group have many years’ experiences working with children both on summer camps and in the classroom and are supported by a highly trained and motivated team of camp counsellors, many of whom have worked at camp before and are planning a career working with children.

Directions to meeting point

Meet at Thetford Train Station and the host will transport you to the final destination.

Additional comments

Volunteers MUST BE aged 18-25

Requirements

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS AND HOW TO APPLY: Please fill in the VEF and provide police check and motivation letter.

AS THIS IS A LOW NUMBER OF VOLUNTEERS, CONCORDIA WILL NOT BE PROVIDING A LEADER, HOWEVER YOU WILL HAVE A CAMP CRUSOE COORDINATOR ON SITE.

ACCESSIBILITY: Volunteers need to be able to work outdoors in various types of weather, walking on uneven ground is required.

Great Britain Great Britain: August at The Othona Community (VAP UK-03)

Dates

10/08/2024   -   24/08/2024

Feedback from 12 volunteers

Tags

Manual Work
Environmental
2
Place(s)
left
full for < 18

Already accepted volunteers from

Italy Germany + more

Fee

Free i Fee is paid in two installments:

0 to be paid now.
GBP 90 is to be paid after acceptance.

Note: Total fee can vary depending on bank rates.
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Details on the project

Age
18 - 99
Max number of volunteers
8
Still room for
2
Languages
English
Vegetarian food
Yes
Nearest airport
London (LGW)
Nearest bus/train station
Southminster train and bus station

Work

During summer we will be helping with the day to day running of the community, and interacting with guests and members, ongoing work to the grounds and gardens and creation of new facilities.

Accomodation and food

Volunteers should bring tents and sleeping bags/mats.
Food will be healthy and home-made. Vegetarian diets can be catered for.

Location and leisure

The Othona Community is situated near Bradwell-on-Sea on the east coast of Essex, next to a nature reserve. It is 5 Km from the nearest village.
During the volunteers’ time there, there will be themed study weeks. Details of these events can be viewed on Othona's website https://www.othonaessex.org.uk/events-listing
Outside their work duties volunteers are encouraged to join in these activities.

Project hosted by

The Othona Community in Bradwell-on-Sea was founded in 1946. It is a residential centre for people of different ages, nationalities and backgrounds to seek a common understanding in the cause of Peace. Othona has welcomed VAP volunteers since the early 1970's. Othona is a multi-faith non-dogmatic Christian Community founded next to one of the oldest churches in the UK (654 AD). It fully involves non-Christians. It is an experimental community where work, worship, study and play are combined. Volunteers will be fully integrated in the life of the community.

Directions to meeting point

The meeting point will be at the Othona Community. Detailed directions will be included in the Info Sheet.

Additional comments

VAP HOSTING FEE:
Volunteers will be asked to pay a fee of £90 GBP upon arrival. VAP charges this fee as without it we would be virtually unable to organise any projects in the UK.

Great Britain Great Britain: CONCUKSTV06-24 - Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary Conservation (CONCUKSTV06-24)

Dates

02/09/2024   -   30/09/2024

Feedback from 28 volunteers

Tags

Animals
Environmental
Educational
1
Place(s)
left
full for < 18

Already accepted volunteers from

Turkey Germany Mexico

Fee

Free i Fee is paid in two installments:

0 to be paid now.
GBP 50 is to be paid after acceptance.

Note: Total fee can vary depending on bank rates.
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Details on the project

Age
18 - 65
Max number of volunteers
6
Still room for
1
Languages
English
Nearest airport
Bristol (BRS)
Nearest bus/train station
Looe Train Station
Map

Work

The host is looking for passionate, motivated and dedicated volunteers who have an interest in animal welfare and conservation. Work includes providing a high standard of care to monkey who have been rescued from the UK pet trade, allowing them to live in stable, enriching social groups.

Volunteers will spend the mornings helping clean the enclosures. In the afternoons, volunteers will be preparing monkey food bowls and learning to identify edible wild leaves to use to make enrichment items for the monkeys. Volunteers will be helping with daily tasks and general upkeeping, including cleaning, tidying, maintenance and gardening. When the site is open to the public, volunteers may help full time members of staff provide arts and crafts workshops to visiting children.

Volunteers will receive training on how to behave around monkeys, along with a general background regarding the UK Pet Trade and the impact of captivity on monkeys as well as training on how to prepare enclosures, food and enrichment for the monkeys – a truly once in a lifetime experience! It is important to note, volunteers will have no direct contact with the monkeys.

Accomodation and food

Volunteers will stay in single sex dorms with up to four other people on the site. Volunteers will either stay in a single bed or bunk bed. Volunteers need to bring their own towels, toiletries and sleeping bag. Pillows, pillow cases, a sheet for the mattress and a blanket are provided.

There is a fully accessible kitchen and pantry which volunteers will be able to utilise for meal times, food supplies will be provided for volunteers to prepare their own three meals a day (or cook together as a group it is lovely to cook and eat together!) and there is additional access for volunteers to store meat and fish free products. Volunteers will have access to a living room with a TV, board games, DVDs and an area to relaced. Optional evening entertainments are listed on the chalkboard. Volunteers will have access to showers, hot water and a washing machine and detergent. There is a specific drying room to dry clothes.

Uniform is provided, when necessary, on volunteering jobs. Volunteers will clean enclosures in PPE (overalls, boots and gloves) which are provided. Volunteers need to bring their own supply of face masks – washable ones are fine, to wear when in the Monkey Territory.

Location and leisure

The volunteers are based a 45-minute walk from the picturesque seaside town of Looe. Volunteers will stay at the sanctuary in Murrayton House, a 19th Century Building, which has beautiful views of the rising and setting sun, and wildlife gardens to relax in and enjoy.

Looe is the picturesque fishing harbour situated in South East Cornwall, just a further 45 minutes from the big city of Plymouth. Looe is famous for fish and a sandy beach with lots of shops, hikes, food and fun to be had! Looe has a rich history such as the famous Looe Bridge that joins the East and West towns. There are many hidden treasures in including beautiful woodland and cobbled streets lined with independent shops and restaurants.

Project hosted by

Wild Futures is a UK registered charity founded upon six decades of experience as a leader in the field of primate welfare and conservation, environmental education and sustainable practice. The host is committed to protecting primates and habitats worldwide, with the protection of non-human primates at the forefront of the charities work. The safe haven for monkeys rescued from situations of abuse and neglect is The Monkey Sanctuary in Cornwall, which has an international reputation for its levels of care and innovative management techniques.

Directions to meeting point

There are two options for the incoming volunteers:

1. Volunteers fly into Bristol Airport. Volunteers will get the cross country to Bristol Temple Meads and then a train to Liskeard - this will take roughly 2 hours 40 minutes and is a direct train. Once volunteers arrive in Liskeard, they will need to take a train to Looe which is roughly 30 minutes. A Taxi will then be needed to wild Futures which is less than ten minutes.

2. If volunteers cannot arrive in to Bristol Airport, then Heathrow is needed. However this is a longer journey, Volunteers will need to get the National Express Bus (Book In Advance) to Liskeard and a train to Looe which takes approximately 6 hours. A Taxi will then be needed to wild Futures which is less than ten minutes.

Travel Costs: Option One: £60 Option Two: £50 These costs are rough estimates.

Additional comments

Concordia will work with the host and pre organise taxis to cover one journey to the venue and one journey back to the station on the final day. If the volunteer fails to reach the meeting point on time, they will need to organise their own final transportation to the venue.

IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT ALL VOLUNTEERS HAVE 2 COVID VACCINATIONS.

Requirements

All Wild Futures need is enthusiasm, positivity and a person with a passion for animal welfare! PLEASE NOTE: this is a vegetarian centre, no meat or fish product are to be eaten, cooked or stored on side. Volunteers need to be fit and healthy to carry out the volunteering.

Volunteers need to be physically fit to carry out the work.