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Touchdown Memorial Home for Horses (Moray)

Charity registered in Scotland SC042227

Rehabilitation of equines

Current opportunities

Volunteers are a crucial part of The Countrymen’s Club and we would like to hear from anybody that is interested in supporting older people in their community. We are particularly keen to hear from older people who want to support their peers.The Countrymen’s Club is currently recruiting volunteers for the following roles: People with an interest in the out of doors or farming life, to help run sessions for older men at our working farm in Mulben. If you like farm life, getting your hands dirty and hearing tales of how things used to be done then this is for you! PVG will be required but we can do that free of charge through the charity. The sessions are planned for Saturdays at 2 30 pm and Mondays at 730 pm Each session will last one hour and volunteers will need to be on site for approximately two hours

This volunteer role includes all aspects of care including stable, yard and field work, maintenance and rehabiltation work with the horses. No experience needed for non ridden work as full training given. Great opportunity to help loving animals in beautiful countryside, make new friends and gain skills.

We are looking for volunteers at all levels and for all vacancies: trustees, admin, fundraising, compliance, yard work, field work, animal care, rehabilitation, education, work with young people, work with elderly people. This is a great way to make new friends two and four legged, learn new skills and have fun in the open air in beautiful countryside