Can you help the Bruce Branch?

2nd August 2018, 4:01pm | By Ros Griffiths |

Volunteers are needed to join our team of volunteer engineers, cleaners, day trip crew and skippers at our friendly base in Great Bedwyn on Friday and Saturday mornings from 0900 to 1130. Just once a month would be a great help and more often is welcomed. Full training given.

We provide day trips and self-steer holidays on the Kennet and Avon Canal aboard specially designed and purpose built wide beam boats for disabled, disadvantaged and elderly clients.

If you would like more information please call the Devizes office 01380 721279 or email bookings@katrust.org.uk.

Our website has further details

KACT Bruce Accessible Boats

 

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