Saturday June 6th, 2009
A group of volunteer diggers from WikiWirral had a wonderful time working really hard helping with the ongoing excavation in the Corner Tunnel at the Heritage Centre.
They plan to come back and have put lots of photos on their WikiWirral Website at www.WikiWirral.co.uk - so why not register with them and have a look.
New Opportunities for Volunteers
Friday June 15th, 2007
The tenant of the cafe area at Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre has left and the cafe is being run by the volunteers and staff from the Heritage Centre.
There are now opportunities to volunteer to help serve tea and coffee and light wrapped snacks to visitors.
If you would like to volunteer for a minimum of 4 hours per week please contact Barbara Price at the Heritage Centre on 0151 709 6868.
Digging At the Heritage Centre
Monday March 19th, 2007
Thanks to the recent Awards For All Lottery Grant, the volunteer diggers have now re-commenced excavating the Corner Tunnel at the Heritage Centre on the way to revealing the 'famous triple decker tunnel' for visitors.
Visiting Diggers from Chester
Sunday March 11th, 2007
Many thanks to the team of volunteers from Chester who joined the regular digging team for the day on Saturday 24th March. They worked extremely hard and ?think they enjoyed the experience!? They may be back!
Volunteers Help Centre to Pass Tourism Inspection
Sunday August 27th, 2006
After an inspection by a mystery visitor, Staff and Volunteers at The Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre were delighted to hear that the attraction is to continue to be recognised as
a ?QUALITY ASSURED VISITOR ATTRACTION?
This would not have been possible without the valuable contributions of our enthusiastic team of volunteer guides, reception staff and diggers/maintenance crew.
Many thanks to all concerned.
Sponsored Women's 10K
Monday May 22nd, 2006
Thanks to Sue, who recently completed the Women's 10K in Sefton Park, Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre will benefit by more than ?300.
This is the first time that Sue has run 10K and she finished in a very respectable 67 minutes with 1300 runners finishing after her.
Well done Sue and thanks very much.
It's Official - Volunteering Can Help Your Career
Sunday February 26th, 2006
At the launch of Student Volunteering Week 2006 last week at Portcullis House in Westminster, Graham Allcott, director of the charity Student Volunteering England said that 'students who volunteer have higher levels of teamwork, leadership and time management.'
So why not come and join our team of volunteers at Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre and improve your skills and job prospects.
The other bonus is that it is fun!