There are many ways to volunteer for the Cleveland Pools Trust
All welcome at our Gardening and Maintenance days - The best way to find out more about the pools is to come to one of our friendly fortnightly gardening and maintenance days. You’ll get to see the pools, meet other volunteers and organisers, and help keep the pool and grounds in good condition. You don’t need special skills, nor your own tools, and we’ll show you what needs doing.......anything from planting bulbs, mending fences, or sweeping leaves to cleaning out the buildings. You get to choose!
We meet at the pools every other Monday from 11 am to 1 pm. Just complete an application form and turn up. (You must be over 18 to volunteer unsupervised at the pools)
Upcoming Gardening and Maintenance dates 2017:
Monday 27 March
Monday 10 April
Monday 24 April
Monday 8 May
Monday 22 May
Other opportunities - If you have specialist skills you would like to share, please complete and return the application form below and tell us how you would like to be involved, and we will get back to you. We have a monthly Workshop in Bathwick run by trustee Sally Helvey (firstname.lastname@example.org) 10am - 1pm and welcome anyone with an interest or experience in event organising, fundraising, education liaison, marketing, and research. Why not come along and see what we're up to? You only have to bring a smile and some enthusiasm! The next dates are:
Saturday 18 March
Wednesday 26 April
Wednesday 31 May
If you prefer you can complete a paper form, and mail it to us.
Corporate Days - Cleveland Pools is a unique venue for a team building day whilst supporting the local community and contributing to the development of the lido. There is plenty of scope to tailor the day to suit you, so feel free to ask for more information or arrange a site visit; our volunteer coordinator, Tony Ambrose, will be happy to help you. Charges may apply. Ring him on 07816 588287 or email email@example.com.
"I used to visit the pool when I was at the City of Bath Girls School in the late fifties. I had no idea what happened to it until I saw a report in the Chronicle. I just decided I wanted to help with the restoration in which ever way I could as I think it is such a lovely place. It will be brilliant when it is done."
Jill Coles, Volunteer