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Cheltenham Animal Shelter

Cheltenham Animal Shelter

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Cheltenham Animal Shelter is a charity that has been helping animals since 1926. We rescue and re-home unwanted and abandoned stray cats, dogs and small animals from across Gloucestershire ...

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Tour guide and donations

Tour guide and donations

Organisation role · 2–3 hrs/Week
GL51 9JW, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom
Animal welfareEducationCommunity & family
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Cheltenham Animal Shelter
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We are seeking a confident and friendly volunteer with great communication skills to lead our shelter tours every Saturday and assist with donations.

Detailed description

Our shelter tours are a key part to inform potential supporters/adopters on the work we do here at the shelter. Our tours consist of up to 10 people and last approximately 30 minutes. Along with conducting our tours we will also ask you to support the team by helping with any donations given for our animals and sort through, placing them in the right store areas.

Volunteers must be over 18 years with a willing attitude to learn the role available. Be confident talking to a group of people and with plenty enthusiasm.

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About Cheltenham Animal Shelter

Cheltenham Animal Shelter is a charity that has been helping animals since 1926. We rescue and re-home unwanted and abandoned stray cats, dogs and small animals from across Gloucestershire.

We also take in rescue dogs from Gloucestershire Constabulary as well as rehoming dogs, cats and small animals from owners who can no longer look after them for a variety of reasons. Small animals we often have in our care include rabbits, gerbils and guinea pigs.