Thanks to a Heritage Lottery Fund grant, St Nicholas’ Church in Blundellsands are launching a new project.
The grant will help St Nicholas’ to extend its role as a heritage centre and community resource. A team of volunteers will support this work, by promoting the church’s heritage at at public events, acting as guides for visitors and helping in the church’s new refreshment area.
Volunteers are asked to commit to volunteering between 2 and 10 hours per month. You do not have to be part of the congregation, or have a faith, just be interested in working with the public and promoting the rich history of the church.
Those interested in becoming Heritage Volunteers are invited to attend a recruitment event on Sunday 25th March from 12pm at St Nicholas’ Church, Bridge Road, Blundellsands, L23 6TS. The event will feature a short presentation about the church restoration and the Heritage project, and everyone who attends will receive a volunteer information pack.
Being a Heritage Volunteer will offer the opportunity to develop new skills, meet new people and potentially improve your employability.
Anyone who would be interested in volunteering on the project, but is unable to attend the event on 25th March, can contact Lynne Godfrey on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07535265549 for more information.