Join the Team in our Charity Shop

16th June 2019, 10:48pm | By Emma Harper |

Turn your time into time that makes a difference and volunteer in our Salisbury charity shop

The South Wilts Mencap Shop, at 16 Catherine Street in Salisbury, provides the majority of funding for the charity’s activities to support the learning disabled in the local community.  To ensure that South Wilts Mencap can continue this invaluable work, we are looking to build on our existing team of hard working, enthusiastic and loyal team of volunteers.

We welcome you to pop into the shop where our friendly team can talk to you about the roles available or you can phone 01722 333 323 for an initial chat. We look forward to meeting you.

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