Location: Arbroath
Deadline: 31 May 2018

Hospitalfield is an artist's house in the East Coast of Scotland in Arbroath dedicated to contemporary art and ideas. It is a place to work, study, learn, visit and enjoy.

Volunteers are vital to the work that they do, bringing skills, knowledge and enthusiasm and providing their time with generosity.

Whether it be to develop a new skill, meet new people, or pursue an existing interest, there are plenty of ways to get involved.

They welcome people from all walks of life and offer support tailored to you and your motivations to ensure you have a rewarding experience volunteering. See below for the various ways you could get involved.

To become a volunteer, visit http://hospitalfield.org.uk/support/volunteer or and fill out the form, or call Annie Crabtree on 01241 656 124.

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Meander – Walking Groups supported by Paths for All and NHS Tayside. Volunteers help devise routes and walking activities connecting Hospitalfield and the local area through themes of growing, cooking, eating, and heritage.

Hospitalfield Guide - Hospitalfield has excellent volunteer tour guides who have a huge amount of knowledge about the history of the estate. Being a tour guide at Hospitalfield is a great way to get to know its heritage and history and develop your own specific twist on their popular tours. Try shadowing one of their tour guides at a popular Wednesday afternoon heritage tour to find out more.

Open Weekends - They could not operate their popular Open Weekend series without the support of volunteers who invigilate the historic rooms, offer a friendly greeting to visitors, and help with the cafe – a fun way to get involved and try out volunteering with them.

Exhibitions & Events - They welcome volunteers who would like to get involved in the various exhibitions and events that take place at Hospitalfield. From contemporary art, art history or heritage, this is a great way to develop your area of interest.