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Volunteer Warden - Longmead Community Farm, Dorset

by Michael Ford last modified 11 Feb, 2020 02:07 PM

An exciting vacancy with a 3-bedroom flat has arisen at Longmead Community Farm for a volunteer warden or wardens.

Longmead Community Farm (LCF) helps families in crisis - it’s a safe, supportive rural environment for learning new skills, re-kindling relationships and building the self-confidence needed to cope with the challenges of modern urban life.

LCF is a Christian Intentional Community. This means that those who choose to live together to work and or volunteer at LCF are automatically ‘members’ of the ‘intentional community’. Intentional Community is a formal term, used to describe communities where its members choose to commit their services and work for little or no pay.

The expected contribution of hours offered by the volunteer is up to 40 hrs per week. These can be completed by an individual or split between family members as agreed at successful appointment.

The focus of the role is to care for the livestock onsite at Longmead, as well as ensuring the building, and grounds are safe and well maintained. This role does not need expert skills, just a practical knowledge and willingness to learn. Volunteers with other skills, especially working with people or administrative skills may be able to develop these roles as well.

Please contact Sarah Cooper for a job description or for a chat about the opportunity at or on 01258 837960.

Further information about Longmead can be found at

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