can you help?

Jun 1, 2015

WWOOF UK has been offered a stall at the Green Scythe Fair at Thorney Lakes, Muchelney on Sunday 14th June. Our trusted and very experienced regional host contact Rosie Wibberley will be going along – but could do with a bit of help/someone to cover for her so she can have tea/lunch breaks and a look around. 

Would you like to help? You just need to be a WWOOF enthusiast and a confident communicator. Rosie will fill you in on everything else. 

Travel expenses and free admission for the right person – as well as an interesting day out “on the other side of the fence.”  Please contact: amanda@wwoof.org.uk for more information. 

We have also been offered a stall at the Smallholders Show, Ardingly on 4-5th July. Unfortunately none of our team can attend. Would you like to represent us there? Full training, promotional kit and WWOOF UK t-shirt can be provided – as well as travel expenses of course. 

We’re looking for 2-4 people so that you have time to look around the show yourself. Camping is available to anyone who wants to stay overnight. 

If you’re a WWOOF enthusiast and a confident communicator we’d love to hear from you. Contact: amanda@wwoof.org.uk

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