With a large hall and grounds we've always got jobs, large and small, to keep everything tidy, maintained and safe.

Here we'll post jobs we have that anyone can just drop in and get on with.

Getting in

For those able to help out at a time that suits them you can gain access to the site through the large carpark gate via a combination lock (we'll give you the code when you get in contact). 

Please ensure the gate is kept shut while onsite and and locked correctly when leaving.

Risk Assessment

An in depth Risk Assessment has been carried out for the hall and grounds to keep everyone safe, while onsite without Leaders please remember:

  • Young People must be supervised by an adult at all times.
  • No activities areas are to be used without leaders who know the SOP, ie. climbing wall, crate stacking, ect.
  • Ensure suitable clothing and footwear is worn and when required PPE, ie. gloves for litter picking.
  • When lifting do so in a safe manor, never try to lift anything to heavy.
  • Do not use any mechanical equipment without prior training and approval.
  • Report any accidents, near misses or dangers to a leader as soon as possible.

Contact us

If your able to help please Email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or get in contact via the Face Book Group Here.

Site map

Litter is constantly blown in, thrown in and dropped within the grounds and needs to be regularly collected.

We have a number of litter pickers available which are stored in the polly tunnel along with bin bags.

Once done the rubbish can be put in (or beside if full) the green wheelie bin by the front doors.

Remember to stay safe:

  • Wear gloves.
  • Don't pick anything up by hand.
  • Use the hand sanitizer available onsite to clean hands once finished.

Have green fingers?

We need volunteers to weed and maintain the community garden surrounding our picnic area, along with weeding the areas surrounding the newly planted trees alongside the polly tunnel and archery range.

Remember to be safe:

  • Wear gardening gloves.
  • Closely supivise young people with gardening tools.

Over the last 12 months things have been relatively quiet within our grounds, this has lead to a build up of tree fall.

We need volunteers to pick up the branches that have fallen from the trees throughout the winter months, the areas to collect from are those surrounding the path and activities areas in the woodlands to the right hand side and bottom of the grounds.

Once collected these can be moved to the campfire woodpile.

(Note. the trees throughout the grounds are monitored and have regular preventative maintained to ensure safety)

Remember to be safe:

  • Do not climb the wood pile.
  • Do not climb the trees.
  • Use a wheel barrow when needed and don't overload.