Dunbeath Preservation Trust

Charity registered in Scotland SC003175

as per constitution

Current opportunities

Dunbeath Heritage Trust is situated in the old schoolhouse in Dunbeath and was two walled gardens as well as many other areas in the village owned by the Trust. They are looking for volunteers with an interest in gardening to help maintain and/or develop some of the community spaces. This is an opportunity to help this community organisation while doing something you enjoy. Support and guidance for all volunteers is readily available to help you join the team.

The orgainisation are looking for volunteers to help with an Easter event, general helping with event preparation, manual work or whatever you feel you could contribute to helping at an event. The group also welcomes volunteers for other roles but this is a time specific opportunity for Easter 2023

Dunbeath Preservation Trust are looking for some new Trustees to help oversee the running of this important Dunbeath Trust. The Trustees are responsible for the good governance of the organisation as well as supporting two part time staff. Trustees have regular meetings [usually evenings] and review the strategic workplan to develop and maintain the aims and objectives of the organisation for the benefit of the local community. If you have a background in management, business, finance or the voluntary Sector, this would be an advantage, but a willingness to get involved and work in a team are excellent qualities.

Dunbeath is developing community projects within the Centre linked to heritage, education and archives. and the wider community. They are working in partnership with other groups to deliver projects. They are looking for Volunteers to help the development worker. If you want to meet people, develop skills and support this fragile community, you can volunteer occasionally for events, seasonally [garden work] or help in the centre . Get in touch to discuss further