A local museum and visitor attraction in Biggleswade is appealing for volunteers.
The Jordans Trust part of Jordans Mill is looking for people to fill volunteer regular roles at the historical venue.
Picture left to right Paul Steves and Richard Barker
At the visitor site, the volunteer department has roles that include helping in the conservation gardens, supporting children’s activities, reception, tour guides and stewards. We also offer bespoke roles for people with specific interests or skills.
Dawn Walton, Events and HR Manager said: “We are hoping that the variety of roles will appeal to people who enjoy being active and helping in various ways.”
“Volunteers can also gain invaluable work experience and build new friendship groups in a relaxed and fun environment. We try to match a volunteer’s interests and skills to the roles, to ensure a positive and rewarding experience.”
In 2001, the Jordan Trust was set up to renovate and restore the mill as a living and working museum and local visitor attraction. The finished site opened in April 2013.
Jordans Mill is located on Langford road, Biggleswade, Beds, SG18 9JX.
Notes to editors
Jordans Mill is a stunning heritage attraction set in rural Bedfordshire. Still the home of the Jordan Family and Jordans Cereals, the Mill has been transformed into a visitor experience including guided Mill tours, a Riverside Café serving delicious food and drinks, Mill Store and Mill Gardens.
Open seven days a week, Jordans Mill is a vibrant destination with something
for everyone. For more information, visit www.jordansmill.com or call 01767 603940.