Coffee Shop Volunteer

  • VO78390


Description

Jean Mackie Centre offers both overnight respite and day support to older people. The community coffee shop is used by some of those people who attend the centre and by people who live in the local community who often meet there with family and friends. The coffee shop can offer a relaxed atmosphere where people can enjoy a light lunch and a little conversation. Your involvement will ensure that the coffee shop continues to be able to offer this welcoming facility.

This opportunity is in supporting and maintaining this community coffee shop, serving delicious home-made soups and filled rolls during the lunchtime period. As well as supporting and running the daily function of the coffee shop alongside colleagues, you can expect to meet and chat with many new people, some who attend regularly and those who just pop in when they can. This is an opportunity which will continue throughout the year, and if you are someone who enjoys meeting people (and a little hard work), the Centre would look forward to meeting you.

Availability

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This would be an ongoing volunteer opportunity; teh Centre requires cover on 3 days, and this can be one person on all 3 days, or 3 people working a different day each.

Restrictions

All volunteers would undertake a PVG (Protection of Vulnerable Groups) check prior to commencing.
Experience required: Ability to carry out physical work, including serving food and keeping the coffee shop clean Ability to work and communicate with others in the group and within the Centre's staff.
Travel details: 1 Kilmartin Way, Dunfermline, KY12 0BQ. This is just around the corner from Queen Margaret Hospital and is served by a frequent bus service. The Dunfermline Queen Margaret railway station is also within walking distance.

Support

Support: Named Contact For Volunteer,
Wheelchair Access/Disabled Access Toilet

Last updated 10 days ago