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Heritage Weekend Volunteer

On Saturday 19 September 2020,Grand Junction at St Mary Magdalene will open its doors to celebrate two fantastic, free visitor events: Open House London (the world’s largest architecture festival) and Heritage Open Days(England’s largest festival of history and culture). This year will look a little different to previous years, with many venues running digital events, however, we are optimistic that with a team of incredible volunteers, we will be able to employ the necessary health and safety measures to allow safe and positive visitor access onsite.
Where? St Mary Magdalene’s, Rowington Close, Paddington W2 5TF
When? Saturday 19 September 2020- we ask for a commitment of 3 hours between 10:00-17:00. The role involves working under the supervision of Grand Junction staff, Heritage Weekend Volunteers will:
•Offer visitors a warm welcome to Grand Junction, and provide clear information about health, safety,and hygiene measures on arrival, to help minimise the risk of COVID-19 transmission
•Supervise visitor meeting points and manage arrival procedures
•Steward entrances and exits to the building, and toilets, and support the managed flow of visitors throughout the building
•Collect basic visitor data, including monitoring visitor numbers, and recording personal information to assist the NHS Track and Trace service
•Help with increased cleaning requirements throughout the building

About Grand Junction at St Mary Magdalene (London)

Grand Junction at St Mary Magdalene's is a new community, arts and cultural venue offering free workshops and activities for children and families, adult education courses, heritage tours, music performances, cultural exhibitions and a canal-side cafe!

Volunteers enable us to do so much more at Grand Junction. We're launching new and exciting opportunities to be involved in the development of our community hub, and make a difference for local people.

Grand Junction is a space for everyone.

Times you can volunteer

Saturday: Mornings, Afternoons


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