Wollaton Hall clean-up
Wollaton Hall and Park is a unique Tudor country hall, with more than five hundred acres of park and with deer herds being on site since the fourteenth century.
The Camellia House at Wollaton Hall is one of the earliest cast iron glass houses in the country, built in 1827.
Over time the Camelia house has fallen into disrepair and Nottingham City Council are running a large scale clean up of the inside of the house – windows, furniture and walls.
You will also get a tour of the house and gardens, and hear about the other exciting opportunities we have on offer.
When? Thursday 23rd February, 11am – 3pm
Where? Wollaton Hall
Anything else? Dress in clothes you don’t mind getting mucky and dress warmly! Refreshments and cake will be provided, but best to take your own lunch.
You won’t have to make your own way there – one of our Student Volunteering Week reps will meet you, and you’ll all go as a group