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We enjoy winter as it gives us a chance to work in some of our favourite places but we also love the approach of spring and the promise of warmer weather. Our latest programme ofworkdays is now finalised with dates through to July 2018. Have a look on our events page for the latest news. Our July working week to Northumberland is our “Great Escape” – get your passports ready, we are heading north! If you’d like to join us for any of our workdays, please contact us and we’ll give you more information.

 

If you are wondering what we get up to at weekends, you can find our programme of workdays on our EVENTS Page.

If you would like to get involved, please contact us at contact@ssntv.co.uk or use our CONTACTS page.

Do you know that we are on Facebook? Click the link in the sidebar for all our latest news.

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Our EVENTS Page has been updated with our latest programme of workday.

If you would like to get involved, please contact us at contact@ssntv.co.uk or use our CONTACTS page.

Do you know that we are on Facebook? Click the link in the sidebar for all our latest news.

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Our EVENTS Page has been updated with our latest programme of workday.

If you would like to get involved, please contact us at contact@ssntv.co.uk or use our CONTACTS page.

Do you know that we are on Facebook? Click the link in the sidebar for all our latest news.

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Our EVENTS page has been updated with new dates for your diary.

If you have volunteered with us before, you know how to get in touch. If you haven’t volunteered with us before, get in touch for more info – go to our CONTACTS PAGE and our web fairy will put you in touch with us.

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Volunteer Hours 2014/2015

This year we find the group celebrating it’s 35th Birthday. We will celebrate with a huge bonfire party later this year. It’s great to hear that the group continues to contribute a significant number of volunteer hours to the National Trust. Our volunteer hours and stats for the year September 2014 to August 2015 were announced on Saturday, during our AGM. The results are always impressive – lots of hard work translates into a huge number of volunteer hours for the National Trust.

Figures are from 1st Sept 2014 to 31st Aug 2015:

  • total volunteer hours 3,027.25
  • 60 people volunteered with the group
  • we arranged 62 workdays at 13 different National Trust properties
  • average number of volunteers per workday  8

Where did we spend our time? The top 3 sites measured by hours worked are as follows:

  • Dudmaston (gardens and woodland)
  • Wenlock Edge
  • Benthall Hall

Matt Hinton topped the hours chart again this year with 309.75hours. Well done Matt.

A big thank you to all who contributed volunteer hours and to those who do committee work and workday leading, ensuring that the group continues to flourish.

 

If you’d like to add a few volunteer hours to next year’s total, why not join us for a workday? Our current list of workdays can be found on our EVENTS page. Pick a day and CONTACT US. Let’s make the coming year a bigger and better success.

 

Our EVENTS page has been updated with new dates for your diary.

If you have volunteered with us before, you know how to get in touch. If you haven’t volunteered with us before, get in touch for more info – go to our CONTACTS PAGE and our web fairy will put you in touch with us.