Young volunteers are now an integral and very important part of our work.
We have attracted almost 500 young volunteers in the past 3 years.
'The CCT's Volunteer Development Project has provided a new impetus to address the issue of how to effectively engage young people in the Trust's work, whether as volunteers, project participants, or simply visitors...For an organisation that traditionally had an older age profile, this represented a significant and challenging new market.'
(Extract from external evaluation by Simon Jaquet Consultancy Services Ltd)
Whether through residental experiences in partnership with Cathedral Camps, one-off initiatives in partnership with CSV, or regular individual volunteering at churches, we have attracted almost 500 young volunteers in the past 3 years.
We have also developed a number of successful film projects that have been managed and produced by young volunteers, resulting in some brilliant short films being produced: 'From these stones' (filmed at St Lawrence, Evesham, Worcester) and 'Bugles for sad shires' (filmed at Holy Trinity, Privett, Hampshire).
Current volunteering opportunities
St John's Stamford
Would you love to bring this medieval church in the heart of Stamford to life?
A great opportunity to bring the Gilbert Scott masterpiece that is All Souls to life, devise events and share the history with visitors
This role will provide an excellent opportunity for someone who is keen to pursue a career in the Events Management / Heritage Sector
Do you have spare time to give, love reading or just spending time in historic buildings? Are you willing to make a small commitment in return for a big impact?
Home based - North region
The Churches Conservation Trust is custodian to an internationally significant collection of churches across England. Many of these churches are linked together in clusters by footpaths, bridleways, rivers or cycle-ways, making idyllic days out for a wide range of audiences.
Help visitors discover this medieval gem in the heart of Sandwich