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VOLUNTEER RECRUITMENT

"Find out more" days


2020: The second Sunday of every month from February until November (except 3rd Sunday in August):
9 February
8 March
12 April
10 May
14 June
12 July
16 August
13 September
11 October
8 November
Meet in the Bessemer Arms for 10:30am, for a tour behind the scenes of various parts of the railway and finish about 4pm.

Have you ever wondered how to become a volunteer, what it entails and who to contact?

No matter whether you are male or female, skilled or with no previous experience, can offer a day a month or more, then why not come and find out what volunteering in the various different departments on the Bluebell entails. If under 16, you can gain experience of such work in the 9F Club, but for those who are over 16, perhaps newly retired, or any other age, why not find out more?

If you are unsure which department you would like to join, or would like an insight into volunteering, then join our Find Out More tours which operate on the dates above. Book your place by contacting e-mail Volunteer Recruitment leader David Chappell - Volunteering@bluebell-railway(dot)co(dot)uk, or contact the General Office on 01825 720800, or just turn up at Sheffield Park on the dates above.

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