We are currently recruiting green-fingered volunteers to support the development of our growing spaces in Worksop. Successful applicants will develop opportunities for vulnerable young people to grow their own food, learn new skills, and improve their health and wellbeing.
We select all our volunteers based on merit, using informal interviews and references to assess suitability. As this volunteering opportunity will involve direct contact with vulnerable children, it will also require the completion of an Enhanced DBS Check (with Children’s Barred List Check).
Tuesdays, 10.30am-3pm or 1-2 hours per week (flexible).
The Green Fingers Volunteer role is flexible and volunteers can work with the Volunteer Coordinator to create a role according to their own interests, skills and knowledge. As a guideline the main tasks involved in this role are outlined below:
This role would suit someone who:
Please note, New Roots is only able to accept applications from individuals over the age of 16. Anyone under 18 should discuss volunteering with a parent or guardian and will be required to return a consent form before any activity can take place.
New Roots is always looking for enthusiastic people, of any background, who feel they could make a difference to the project. All you need is the drive and enthusiasm to help vulnerable young people make positive changes in their lives.
Whether you’re looking for the chance to give something back, a bit of work experience, or something to do in your free time, New Roots can offer: