Type: Environment & Wildlife Conservation, Humanitarian & Community Development , Manual work / Construction, Teaching & Education,
The 250-acre Leades House estate was owned by the Woodley family from the mid-17th century to 1981, when it was purchased by the Wolfe family. In 1997 work began on the deteriorating house and gardens to restore them to their former grandeur. The main activities at Leades House focus on environmental awareness and programmes are offered to visitors to learn about the related topics.
What might you be doing as a volunteer?
A variety of tasks depending on which area (listed below) that the volunteer is placed in.
Needs to be an adaptable flexible type of person. They would need to enjoy teamwork and also work well as an individual, as well as outdoor work and rural living.
Minimum Length of Stay: 4 weeks