Join the Goods Shed’s Volunteer Team
Tetbury Goods Shed relies on its volunteers! With a staff of one, we are entirely run and manned by volunteers.
We have opportunities for people in all areas. You could be involved in putting on an event from organising the whole thing to selling tickets or serving drinks in the interval or you could help the building maintenance and cleaning teams, work a morning or afternoon a week in the soon to be opened café, invigilate an art exhibition, help with publicity or bake cakes to help with fund raising events. Training is offered or you could be that trainer.
We are looking for people with technical skills too, e.g. lighting or sound, and organisational and computer skills.
- People to deliver leaflets in local villages.
- Invigilators for the art exhibits at the weekends.
Please email us your details.
Or drop into the Volunteers Office at the Good Shed. It’s open every day from Monday to Saturday from 11am to 1pm. We’d love to meet you!
We’re looking for talented individuals
Do you have skills and talents, especially in project management, human resources or fundraising, that you would like to put to good use?
The Tetbury Rail Lands Regeneration Trust is actively seeking additional talents to add to the skills set available to the board and perhaps you can help?
The Trust is run by a group of trustees, eight at present, with the overarching aim of developing the Goods Shed and the GWR rail bed.
To date the Trust has successfully overseen the transformation of the old railway line into a leafy park, well-used by walkers and families, and more recently the launch of the Tetbury Goods Shed Arts Centre – but there remain projects to complete.
If you are interested in contributing to this exciting project please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Tetbury Goods Shed Arts Centre has been made possible by the support of the local community for our fundraising activities and appeals, and by funding from donors large and small, which is and will continue to be vital to the Centre.