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Lacock Abbey and the Fox Talbot Museum are holding open days with a view to attracting volunteers. The National Trust is opening up opportunities for people to find out what is involved in being a volunteer. Anybody with a little spare time is welcome to drop into their local property and see the wide range of opportunities on offer.

Whether interested in gardening, cooking, building, art, history, conservation or just like being outdoors, there are volunteering roles for all skills and interests. A National Trust gardening volunteer will not only get the chance to work alongside some real experts and pick up tips for their own gardens but can even share that knowledge with visitors to the property. The Trust, which has its head office in Swindon, is also looking for guides for its houses and gardens, ideally anybody who enjoys meeting people and helping them get the most from their visit.

This year open days are being held on January 29 and includes Lacock Abbey and Fox Talbot Museum. For more information visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/volunteering.

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