On 16th June we celebrated our volunteers and all the time they give to the charity.
Thanks to Pete Edgeler and his beautiful bus, sporting the number 30, which represents the number of years The Sussex Snowdrop Trust has been going, we had a wonderful trip. We embarked from the village of Walberton where our Head Office is and travelled through the beautiful countryside to the historic town of Arundel where we hold our annual walk each year, thanks to the Duke of Norfolk. From there, we ventured along the leafy Mill Road to The Black Rabbit, Arundel to enjoy lunch and the idyllic views of the river and Arundel Castle.
Gary Booker, DJ V2 Radio Sussex and a Snowdrop Dad spent some time interviewing our volunteers to find out what they enjoy about the role.
Being a volunteer at Snowdrop means you get to meet new people, go to great venues and make a huge difference to the events we create AND help fundraise and raise awareness of the work of the Trust.
We can’t do this without our volunteers. So please consider Getting ‘ONBOARD SNOWDROP’ – could just be a day a year but that is all it takes!
Be part of something special.