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Our Volunteers

Come and be part of this amazing team - in 2016 the whole volunteering body was awarded the highest accolade; the Queen...

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Our Volunteers

Come and be part of this amazing team - in 2016 the whole volunteering body was awarded the highest accolade; the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service!

You will be one of over 600 people who give their time to support the life of this magnificent Cathedral. Whether it is guiding or flower arranging, making coffee or greeting concert-goers, there is a role for you. Find out more below: 

 

Volunteer groups:

  • Floor Guides
  • Stewards
  • Chaplains
  • Community
  • Tower Guides
  • Flower arrangers
  • Holy Dusters & Tomb Cleaners
  • Shop
  • Embroiderers
  • Education Centre
  • Sunday school
  • Sunday Coffee
  • Lay Pastoral Assistants
  • Administrants & Servers
  • Healing team
  • Library

 

There are a range of opportunities for those who wish to get involved and full training will be given to all those who join us. 

 

If you would like to apply to become a volunteer please complete the application form and Confidential Declaration form below and return to our Volunteer Officer Christine Keegan (Email: c.keegan@salcath.co.uk )

You can find more information in our Volunteers' Handbook at the base of this page.

 

**February 2019. There are currently no vacancies for tower guides, thank you.**

 

 

Salisbury Cathedral Library and Sarum College Library are together working on a Heritage Lottery Funded project to catalogue our historic book collections so they are discoverable by anyone online. The Cathedral’s printed book collection dates from the 15th century and consists of over 10,000 books, Sarum College’s rare book collection is smaller but nonetheless of great interest. We would love to hear from anyone with past experience of library cataloguing who might be able to spare a few hours a week volunteering as part of our project. If you are interested please contact Emily Naish at Salisbury Cathedral e.naish@salcath.co.uk or Jayne Downey at Sarum College library@sarum.ac.uk