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By Haddenham Webteam - 7th February 2019 6:00pm
Turn End Trust is looking to recruit new volunteers to support its events programme.
The house and garden in Townside, designed by award-winning architect Peter Aldington, OBE, runs a series of open days, talks, classes and tours throughout the spring, summer and autumn.
Volunteers will join a friendly team, and have the opportunity to get to know the house and garden. Volunteers will have plenty of chance to pick up garden tips from head gardener Jackie Hunt, and architecture fans can see the workings of one of the best mid-century homes in the UK.
The Trust is looking for volunteers to help specifically with:
House and Garden Preparation
To find out more about Turn End, the events programme, Friends Scheme or Volunteer appeal please email: email@example.com or get in touch with the Trust via the Get Involved pages of the website at www.turnend.org.uk
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