THE National Trust’s Kinver Edge and Rock Houses is looking for volunteers with a passion for the past to join them.

A range of opportunities are on offer for people willing to learn new skills and knowledge while inspiring others.

A volunteer recruitment day is being held at the Rock Houses on Monday March 13 from 11am to 2pm.

Entry to the property is free for everyone attending the drop-in event.

Claire Hale, visitor operations and experience manager at Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses said: “Life is one long adventure and we’d love to join in with your next one. Come along to the drop-in recruitment day to talk to the team, ask questions and discuss the various opportunities we’ve got on offer.

“Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses is an incredible place to volunteer, with such a diverse offer. From quirky homes carved into the rock to miles of countryside, there’s a place at the property to suit everyone.”

“Whether you want to put years of skills and experience towards our cause or just want to try something brand new, we’ll have a role to suit you. All our roles are flexible – whether you can offer your time every week or every now and then, we’d love to meet you.

"Whatever your interest or enthusiasm, there’s sure to be an opportunity for you to help with the vital work of keeping Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses special forever, for everyone.

The team is looking for people to help in the garden, as well as guides to share stories with visitors about the people who lived and worked at the Rock Houses.

People are also sought to monitor footpaths, to help give visitors a memorable visit and to give their time in the tea-room and at seasonal events.

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