In celebration of Hospice Care Week, we’re
“I was already volunteering at a charity bookshop, but I really wanted to expand my retail knowledge into a different sector. A mate of mine who had worked at the Martlets shop in Church Street had really enjoyed herself, so I thought that it would be a good opportunity to develop my retail skills and I offered to help.
It’s a varied role and I’ve learned a lot that I know will help me in my career. I work on the till, sort the clothes and bric-a-brac, arrange displays and make plenty of tea and coffee!
It’s all useful practical experience that will look great on my CV, whilst also
What has amazed me is the
The attention to detail in the shops is amazing, each shop has a distinctly unique personality.
Everyone has been so very friendly and it’s such a lovely place to work. I’d encourage any of my friends to volunteer here because it really is a delightful role and it’s such a dynamic cause to be a part of.”
Twenty-five-year-old Rebekka volunteers once a week at the Martlets Church Street shop.
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