Jobs For Parents York

Returning to work after having children can be a daunting prospect however there are jobs that can fit around the needs of your family.

“Jobs for Parents” are family-friendly positions that may be part-time, flexi-time, term-time, temporary contracts or even working from home.

If you have a vacancy to fill and would like to advertise the role on York Mumbler then please contact us here.

Part & Full Time Instructor at The Little Gym

Part & Full Time Instructor
The Little Gym, Harrogate
Full-time · £15,000-£18,000/year

Do you LOVE working with children? If you are looking for a genuinely FUN and REWARDING role using your gymnastics skills, sports teaching experience or childcare experience we would love to hear from you!

The Little Gym is the world’s leading motor skills development programme for children aged from 4 months to 12 years old with more than 300 franchises worldwide. Our gym is located in Harrogate and opened in 2010 and has experienced steady growth since, it now has over 550 children attending every week and we have opened further gyms in Leeds and York will be opening later this year! Exceptional opportunities for career development in our Harrogate, Leeds & York gyms and the franchise worldwide!

We’re looking for a committed team member to teach exceptional classes in our first class setting. Our classes are taught by rigorously trained staff who have a genuine love of children. Fun is an integral part of our lessons with children learning in a challenging yet safe environment. Children at The Little Gym are encouraged to develop individually in a non-competitive environment. This environment nurtures self-confidence and an ingrained enjoyment of physical activity,contributing to success in many aspects of future life.

This role would suit a physically fit, energetic and enthusiastic team player. The successful applicant will join a dynamic and committed team of instructors during an exciting time of growth in our Leeds gym. We are looking for a part time and full time instructors with excellent communication skills who will spend the majority of the time teaching curriculum based classes to children. With the rest of the time dedicated to growing our enrolment numbers through excellent customer service, marketing to potential members and assisting with the day to day routine of the gym. We are looking for a person who ideally has previous gymnastics experience and has a HUGE love for working with children of differing ages.

Gymnastics and/or a background working with children are desirable. Experience in communicating the benefits of a programme/product to customers and/or marketing would be an advantage. You will need to be available to work at weekends or after 3pm during the week.

1 cardale park, HG3 1RY Harrogate, North Yorkshire
To apply  email with your CV and covering letter

National Railway Museum – Families needed for promotion photos

Closing date: 10am, Thursday 18 April

We need your help! On the mornings of 23 and 24 April we’ll be taking photographs to use in everything from posters to our website, and we’re looking for real families to star in them.

You’ll need to be able to get yourselves to York for an early start on either the 23 OR 24 April, and be able to take a bit of direction while we take photos of you in the museum.
In return you’ll get free parking for the day, complimentary refreshments and a one day Explorer Ticket each, giving you inclusive access to ticketed experiences including Miniature Railway and our Road Train.

Find out more and apply for the opportunity on this short form:

University of York – 1 to 10 month old babies (& their parents) required for a Research Project

Researchers at the York Developmental Social Neuroscience Lab (University of York) are inviting 1- to 10-months-old babies and their parents to participate in the project ‘I hear your emotions’.

Why is this research important?
Detecting and telling apart the emotions shown by the people around us is a crucial skill for our social lives. Changes in facial or vocal expressivity tell us how people feel and help us decide how to interact with them. Over the past decades, scientists have revealed that within the first year after birth, babies develop amazing abilities to tell apart different emotional facial expressions. By the age of 9-12-months, babies also use emotional facial expressions to learn about the world around them. For example, they are less likely to touch an object if their mother has previously expressed fear towards that object. Scientists have also shown that already at birth babies can tell apart different emotional modulations present in the voice. However, in contrast to facial expressions, we know far less about how babies learn about emotional voices during the first year of life.
Our project focuses on understanding how the baby brain develops to detect and differentiate between different emotions expressed in the voice. We anticipate a great deal of variation in this ability, so there is no right or wrong. By discovering how babies learn about others’ emotions, we hope to find out how to foster children’s social and emotional wellbeing.

What does participation in the research involve?
Participating in this project involves one visit, lasting approximately one hour, to the University of York. During the research session, your baby will hear voices of other babies or of adults with different emotional intonations (e.g., happy, sad, angry). In order to record how the brain responds to these sounds, your baby will wear a special hat with sensors embedded in it (like the one shown in the picture).
Safe and secure research for babies: The hat is specifically designed for babies and it is comfortable to wear. The sensors are not harmful. They only capture the weak signal coming from the brain, in a similar way to the sensors present in smart watches for recording the heart activity. You will be with your baby at all times.
Thank you gift: Parents receive £10 to support the trip to the University of York and babies receive a small gift as a token of our appreciation for their help. We also provide free parking in case you decide to travel by car.

How can I participate in this research?
If you have a baby 1- to 10-months-old and are interested to take part in the project, please sign-up by filling in the form at the following link. The information you provide will be stored securely and will not be shared with anyone outside our team.

More information: Filling in the form does not mean you consent to participate. We will soon get in touch with more details about the project, and then you can decide whether you would like to schedule a research session at a date and time that suits you.

In case you would like to find out more before signing up, please contact us at: are looking forward to hearing from you!

Roko Health Club – Membership Sales Consultant

Job Title: Membership Sales Consultant
Salary: £17,000 basic with £24,000 OTE
Location: York
Start: ASAP
Hours: Full-Time including evenings and weekends

If you’ve got the right talent and personality, we’ve got the training and rewards.

Roko Health Clubs are a privately owned group operating 5 full service clubs in a sector we call ‘premium affordable’. Our large scale established clubs have great facilities for our members and we hold our prices at a level that makes it truly compelling value for our customers.

To really make the clubs come to life we need a dedicated team who share our vision to passionately support and inspire our members to live a more active, healthy & fulfilling life for longer.

Roko York is a family friendly premium health club, with an endless list of cutting edge facilities at affordable price.

We are looking for a motivated, target driven and enthusiastic sales person to join the team at Roko’s premium club in York.

Your role will involve:

· Selling memberships on a face to face basis
· Telephone handling and prospecting
· Rapport building and identifying the needs of individuals
· Working to set targets
· Following the Roko Way sales processes

Key attributes are:

· Motivated, target driven, enthusiastic and flexible
· Have a keen interest in the fitness industry with excellent interpersonal skills
· Enjoy a fast paced, demanding and rewarding environment
· Good telephone skills and enjoy face to face sales contact
· Organised and professional with personal integrity

So if you’re looking to join a company where you can make a difference and reach your true potential then come and talk to us.


Technology in Play – Club Manager

We are excited to be hiring a Club Manager to join our York team.

The York Club Manager will be responsible for delivering After School Clubs and Weekly STEM Clubs and Holiday Camps. They will organise bookings and maintain communications with parents and schools. They will oversee the staffing rota and recruit any new staff as required. This is a really exciting to take over a successful club with the opportunity to grow.

Technology in Play is a start up based in York. We are dedicated in engaging primary aged children in STEM topics with a fun and creative approach. We established in 2017 and have been running workshops, outreach and working with our corporate partners to bring to life our mission since.

We are looking for someone who is confident working with children and has a keen interest in the importance of STEAM. A self-motivated and enthusiastic individual who can deliver to a high standard and work with the team to carry out the mission and goals of the company. The applicant will be supervised by TiP’s Content Development Manager and will report to a TiP Director.

Contact us for a full job specification at

The ideal candidate will be available to commence the role no later than July 22nd 2019.

Click HERE to apply

Blue Sky Day Nursery – Job Opportunities


T: 01904 693 007


University of York – Study Participants Required

Women who have experienced low mood or depression during pregnancy or in the first year after childbirth (within the last five years) are invited to participate in a PhD study.

I would like to hear your fairly recent (within the last 5 years) experiences of low mood or depression during pregnancy or in the first year after childbirth (perinatal period), and any care that you may have received.

Why is this research important?

About one in ten women suffer from depression during pregnancy or after childbirth. Depression during this period can affect not only the woman but also her partner and children. Evidence suggests that although women have regular contact with health professionals, they do not tend to disclose their feelings and, therefore, perinatal depression often remains undiagnosed. Among those whose depression is detected and treated, few receive evidence-based treatments. It is an important issue to address due to the high prevalence of perinatal depression and impact on women, children and partners. Therefore, this study aims to understand the provision of care for women with perinatal low mood or depression and help them to explore the use of a talking therapy for treatment.

Your participation and sharing your story may help others in the future.

Who can take part in the study?

* Aged 18+
* Have felt or have been diagnosed with low mood or depression during pregnancy or in the first year after childbirth
* Whose youngest child is between 1 – 5 years old
* Who no longer experiences depression symptoms
* Living in York, Harrogate or Hull

What does participation in the study involve?

You will be asked to take part in an interview, which would be audio recorded and last for no more than 60min. You can choose a private and convenient location for the interview. Reasonable travel expenses will be reimbursed and as a thank you gift for your time, a £20 One4all gift card will be presented. Participation in this study is completely voluntary. Your participation would be anonymous and your identity will be kept strictly confidential.

How can I participate in this study?

For more information or to take part, please contact me (PhD student Semra Pinar) on telephone: 07729 070393 or Email: I will give you more details about the study and then you can decide whether you would like to receive an information pack (includes participant information sheets, consent forms, demographics form, contact details sheet and a pre-paid stamped-addressed return envelope) by post. You are free to withdraw from the study at any time, even during the interview without giving reason for withdrawing.

I am looking forward to hearing from you!

Roko – Fitness Instructor

Job Type: Part-time

The candidate should be at least Level 2 Fitness Instructor Qualified and have a passion for health and fitness. The candidate should have excellent interpersonal skills and be experienced in working within a team. A drive to learn and progress within the fitness industry is a must.

The role would include setting goals and created tailored programmes for new members, reviewing programmes of existing members, delivering classes on the gym floor as well as maintaining premium customer service, maintenance and cleanliness standards on the gym floor.

To apply please email your CV and a covering letter to:


Barratt David Wilson, Yorkshire East Division – Purchase Ledger Clerk

Our Finance teams, don’t just process numbers, it’s about collecting vital information which informs decisions and drives our business. As such, it’s at the heart of our commerciality.

We hold Finance in high regard as a pivotal driver in our continued success and performance, so if you enjoy working in a front-line, operational function where your work is highly valued and impacts visibly on our people and business, this could be your kind of place.

To facilitate the smooth handling of invoices.

Responsible to:
Finance Manager

Process invoices (supply and sub-contractors) in a timely and efficient manner
Ensure accurate accounting for VAT, subcontractors tax and CITB payments as appropriate.
Match purchase orders to invoices and GRNs as appropriate
Prepare and authorise invoices for payment taking into consideration Divisional cashflow requirements
Labour only input as applicable
Process utility bills and confirm meter readings
Ensure all data entry is completed within deadlines
Deal with queries from suppliers / subcontractors / divisional surveyors and accountants as and when required
Liaise with site managers, suppliers, buyers to resolve invoice queries or to obtain missing documentation
Assist with ad hoc analysis or other appropriate admin duties as and when required
General administration, e.g. filing, photocopying, post handling
Monthly statement reconciliations
Preparation of new supplier account forms
Promote and act in accordance with Group values, systems, policies and procedures

Personal characteristics / qualifications and skills:
IT literate, with a sound working knowledge of MS Excel and relevant finance systems.
Numerate, with good organisation and administration skills.
Self–disciplined, with demonstrably good time management skills and the ability to manage a number of priorities.
Able to multi-task, and work efficiently and accurately under pressure.
Team player, supportive of departmental colleagues.
Professional and pleasant manner in dealing with internal and external customers.
What about the benefits package?

Competitive base salary
Bonus Scheme
25 days holidays
Choice of Flexible Benefits
Money Purchase Pension Scheme

Specific Location
Monks Cross Drive, York
Yorkshire East
Hours of Work
25 hours per week, Monday – Friday
Contract Type
Closing Date
12 April 2019

Apply now via the WEBSITE

Rhythm Time – Class Teacher

Due to our growing classes we are offering a great opportunity to join the team and become a Rhythm Time teacher!

The successful candidate will be delivering our multi sensory music classes to babies, toddlers and pre schoolers in York and surrounding areas.

If you like having fun, enjoy singing, and are available to work in and around YORK we need to hear from you. Experience of working with children and a bubbly personality is needed. You will need your own car.

Full training will be given. Training will start in May and teaching will start in June/July. The position is term time only and within school hours.

If you’ve got what it takes then we’d love to hear from you!

For more information and to request an application form, visit

Application deadline: Friday 29th March

Robert Wilkinson Primary Academy – Playworkers in the wrap around care team

SCP 11-14 (£17007-£17681 reduced pro-rata £8.82-£9.16 per hour)

Robert Wilkinson Primary Academy are looking to recruit Playworkers to join our Wrap Around Care team. There are various days and times available Monday to Friday.

Lunchtime Shifts would be a one hour shift between 11.15 and 1.30pm over 2 to 5 days per week

After School Club would be 2-3 hour shifts over 2 to 5 days per week

Days to be negotiated and there would be an option to do additional relief work. It is an opportunity to be part of our small, friendly team who play a key role in our school. Experience would be useful although full training will be given.

The main purpose of the role is to look after and interact with the children at lunchtimes. You would, alongside other team members organise and deliver activities that engage and encourage children to play and build friendships. You will manage behaviour and help children to resolve conflict following our behaviour code. The lunchtime role is mainly outside in the playground unless indoor lunchtime is necessary due to bad weather. The successful candidate would be expected to be first aid trained (or willing to go on a first aid course)

This is an exciting opportunity to become part of Robert Wilkinson Primary Academy, part of the Ebor Academy Trust, to provide an inclusive environment in which children are encouraged to become responsible for themselves, their learning and their behaviour.

Our central aim is to enable all children and staff to achieve their potential.

Closing date: 28th April 2019

Interview date: To be confirmed

Visit our WEBSITE to apply for this position.

Bettys York – Various part-time positions

Part-time Vacancies Available

We are looking to fill various part-time positions here at Bettys York;

– Waiter/Waitress
– Belmont Room Waiter/Waitress (Function Room)
– Catering Assistant
– Housekeeper

At Bettys, you will have the chance to be your best every day; by achieving excellence in delivering exceptional customer service, being a key team player, as well as maintaining the highest brand, food hygiene and health & safety standards, all within a fast-paced and dynamic environment.

You’ll get:
•A highly competitive salary and benefits package, with no split shifts
•Quarterly Group Profit Share based on a percentage of your annual earnings
•Staff discounts, full uniform, and free meals whilst at work
•Outstanding learning & development opportunities

For details of how to apply please visit our WEBSITE.

The Balloon Tree – Produce Supervisor

A role within the business has become available as Produce Supervisor.

The position will see the successful candidate independently overseeing The Balloon Tree’s fresh produce department in it’s entirety.

This role involves the supervisor to be solely responsible for the quality control, stock rotation and maintenance of the produce department. Further to this candidates will liaise with our various suppliers to uphold stock levels and seek out new products.

Hours: 35/Week — Including weekends. This may fluctuate due to needs and seasonality of the business.

Please send a CV or any enquiries to:

Join the York Mumbler Team!

York Mumbler is the go-to place for families in York. The website is visited over 20,000 times per month and our facebook group has almost 19,000 members.

We get a huge number of enquiries every week from local people and businesses who want to work with York Mumbler and we want to make sure we are giving everyone a high quality level of service.

I’m looking for people who are passionate about Mumbler and want to join the team!

We are recruiting for various volunteers to help admin the facebook group and also 1 person to work with Emily on the advertising side of the business which will be a paid role.

Sales / Advertising role: 

The ideal candidate will be someone with high levels of confidence and great communications skills, as well as being really organised. You need to be good with detail and take pride in doing a job well.  You’ll be required to give really high quality responses to advertising enquiries & have the ability to think about other people’s needs for their organisation. Sales experience would be great but it’s not essential… it’s not about cold calling (we never do this) but it’s about responding to organisations well and ensuring the promotion on Mumbler is right for them.

The details of the role (hours, pay, location etc) are to be confirmed as it will be dependant on the skills and lifestyle requirements of the successful applicant (The hours can work around your own childcare needs… school hours, flexible etc) but it will be broadly 12 hours per week and likely to be around the living wage pay on a sub-contract basis.


90% of what we do on Mumbler is free of charge and I want to keep it that way. It’s free for people to use both the website and the Facebook group and most businesses can have a free listing somewhere on the website as long as there is a relevant area. This takes a lot of time and upkeep so I’m looking for volunteers to help with the running of the facebook group and the website.

The details of the volunteer roles can be altered based on the applicants own personal passion areas and experience. Anything can be taught but I want to hear from people who love mumbler and want to make life easier for parents in York.

Working and volunteering for Mumbler would suit someone wanting to combine work with bringing up children in York and with a passion for making family life easier.

To apply to be part of the York Mumbler Family just e-mail with your CV attached and answer the following questions:

  1. Describe York Mumbler – what it means to you and the parents of York.
  2. Why do you want to work or volunteer for York Mumbler?
  3. How would your boss (past or present) describe you in no more than 10 words?
  4. How would your friends or family describe you in no more than 10 words?

Thanks and I’m looking forward to hearing from you!


Applications for this close on Friday 15th March 2019 and all applicants will be contacted the following week

Martin House Children’s Hospice- Volunteers

Every year, Martin House Hospice Care for Children and Young People cares for over 400 families – but we also need your support!

Martin House, which supports children and young people with life-limiting conditions, is looking for volunteers to help our fundraising across York.

The money you help to raise will make a real difference to the lives of the families we support. For example, raising £500 could pay for a parents’ support group, which gives mums and dads a place to relax, try new activities and share experiences with others in a similar situation.

Martin House provides respite stays at our hospice in Boston Spa, as well as providing care in hospital and in their own homes. Our care also includes emergency stays and end of life care, as well as bereavement support for the whole family.

It costs £22,000 a day to run Martin House, and most of that has to be raised by voluntary donations and fundraising, so the support of our communities is vital.

You may be able to host a collection tin at your place of work or have a silly dressing up day. There are also lots of other events in York including coffee mornings and bake sales and you are more than welcome to be involved if you can spare the time.

We also have a shop in Acomb where you can donate your unwanted items, or volunteer your time. If you have the time, we have an opportunity for you!

To find out more, contact Becky Nicholson, Regional Fundraiser, at or phone 07827 959684.

Little Bugs Nursery – Nursery Practitioner Level 3

Little Bugs Nursery is expanding very quickly and we require some outstanding nursery team members to join our amazing company. If you are genuinely passionate about child care, would love to work somewhere with a difference and be a valuable asset to us, we would love to hear about you. Little Bugs is rated No.1 nursery in York by parents on and is a finalist in the UK BALLPA Healthy Future Nursery Award, and we will know if we win in November!

We have a Nursery which is unique in many ways, we follow the Reggio ethos, include Forest School elements and we are situated in the biggest and best play facility in York. The children have a fantastic time, playing in our huge indoor and outdoor play park, feeding the animals, and exploring our Forest School area complete with pond!

The post will suit someone who wants to progress and develop their knowledge, who wants to discover the value of the Reggio Nursery and Forest School, and who has ideas and skills to bring to the talented group we already have.

The main thing we are told by our team, is how happy they are, many have worked in settings that they feel are not centred around the children, we are, and the ethos is very much on a Little Bugs Family, where everyone cares.

We pay well, and allow for personal development, the Nursery is growing and we are looking for site number two, we refuse to be stagnant.

If you have what we need, level 3, experience and all of the above, please do get in contact.

Job Type: Full-time
Salary: £15,800.00 to £16,700.00 /year


Little Green Rascals – Various Opportunities

Little Green Rascals are recruiting!
We are currently looking for a full time Experienced Managers, Early Years Teachers, Room Leaders, Deputy Room Leader and Nursery Practitioner to join our Outstanding team!
The roles are based on 38 hours over 4 days, with a set day off during the week. The successful candidates will have a minimum level 3 qualification and must have experience within an early year’s environment. We would also welcome unqualified staff and graduates and offer extensive training on the job!

We offer a range of employee benefits which include:
* 50% off childcare costs
* Additional annual leave for length of service
* Annual leave purchase scheme
* Birthdays off
* Organic vegetable boxes
* Holistic treatments each year
* Fantastic ongoing opportunities for further training, professional development including Early Years Teacher Training along with great career opportunities within the company.

You can find out more information about all of our vacancies on our website:

If you are looking to join a unique, forward thinking company with plenty of scope for personal development and progression, then please apply to Jane, our HR Manager for an application form and full job description at

Didirugby – Lead & Assistant Coaches

We are looking for Lead and Assistant Coaches to work within the much loved didi rugby brand during our launch phase in North Yorkshire and East Riding. We are making a name for ourselves for improving activity levels and skills of young people, whilst also developing self-confidence and self-esteem through the tool of rugby!

The coaching opportunity itself which will be challenging, enjoyable, meaningful and suit your own healthy lifestyle and schedule. In the delivery of our sessions, you will ensure that didi rugby kids get involved, and will play a key role in coaching and promoting respect, teamwork, discipline and most importantly enjoyment. You will also be helping to develop technical skills such as core skills, balance, coordination & agility.

Opportunities exist for Lead and Assistant Level Coaches, part time hours TBA e.g school hours, after school and weekends to suit. Full training, all equipment and support provided. This will look great on your CV as didi Rugby is endorsed by a number of top level athletes.

You will have a recognised coaching or leadership certificate or qualification related to sport or child development. However, we do hire people based on attitude and crucially you will show self-motivation, enthusiasm and a passion for developing children. Basic numeracy, literacy, IT and administration skills are also required for minimal but necessary paperwork.

Please contact Emma Cutress with you CV at or call 07730 596663 for more information or to apply.

Kyra Women’s Project Volunteer – Supporting women to make change

Do you have a few hours spare on a regular basis and are you passionate about helping women to improve their lives?
Volunteers at Kyra all have one thing in common – they care deeply about supporting women to grow and make positive change in their lives.
We have various volunteer roles available, including drop-in support, craft activities support, course facilitators, admin’, social media, events organisers and more. We offer a thorough induction for new volunteers, a buddy system and ongoing training opportunities, all helping to ensure our volunteers feel supported and valued. We also invite our whole volunteer team to our monthly shared supper and meeting.
Kyra supports women who may be emotionally vulnerable or who are looking for help to improve their well-being. Our members might be struggling with confidence or self-esteem following a period of difficulty, may be in recovery from addiction or from domestic abuse, managing mental health difficulties, including anxiety and depression, rebuilding their lives following loss or bereavement, or may simply want to feel less socially isolated… in fact, there is no typical woman who accesses Kyra’s services – every woman is unique.
Kyra offers a variety of courses, drop-ins, creative classes, counselling, alternative therapies, access to financial and legal advice – our range of services continues to grow year on year.
Due to the nature of the support Kyra gives, all volunteers need DBS clearance.
Volunteer applications are restricted to women due to the nature of the volunteer roles. The Occupational Requirement under Schedule 9 (part 1) of the Equality Act 2010 applies.

If you are interested in joining our very friendly team and would like more information or an application form, please contact Gill at or phone 01904 63 23 32


We are currently seeking host families in the Harrogate/ York area to look after children attending boarding school in the UK whose parents are based overseas, either as expatriates or as foreign nationals.
Children whose parents live overseas are often unable to go home for leave-out weekends and half term holidays and when this is the case, College Guardians finds host families to look after them.

It is noticeable that as half term holidays are getting longer, more children are going home for this period, so often we only need host families for leave-out weekends.

Dates and lengths of stay depend very much on the school that the child attends and the distance that their home is from the UK.

Families chose to host students for a number of different reasons, e.g. it introduces another culture into the home, the parents themselves have been at boarding school and so understand the importance of having a “home from home”, or their own children are studying a foreign language and this is a good opportunity to practice!

Our hosts are paid a daily rate that covers full board, in addition other expenses such as travel and sundries may be claimed.

If you are interested and would like further information, please contact Jane Eldridge, Director of Guardianship Services, or Caroline Lloyd Guardianship Manager, or call us for an informal discussion on 01684 581600.

Do you have a vacancy to advertise?

www.nikphoto.comHere at York Mumbler we always have a lot of parents and carers looking for a wide range of roles, including full-time, part-time, temporary and even research opportunities for them to get involved with.

If you have a vacancy and you’d like to find out more about how we can help you promote it, fill out this form

Marie Curie Volunteers

Marie Curie are looking for some new volunteers in the area to join the York West Fundraising Group! You may be good on a computer and well-organised, you might like counting and banking money, or you might just be really great at chatting to people. Whatever your skills, as long as you can work as part of a team and are passionate about raising money we’d love to hear from you! Volunteers are a fantastic asset to Marie Curie and without them we wouldn’t be able to continue providing care and support to people with a terminal illness, and their loved ones, in the local community.

For more info please contact Jennifer, the local Community Fundraiser on 01904 755260 or

The National Childbirth Trust (NCT)

This is what volunteering for York NCT looks like. The York branch has a number of bumps and babies and coffee groups running regularly as well as a cloth nappy library. We also have a newsletter, a website (which really needs updating), regular Baby First Aid classes which are run in collaboration with the British Red Cross and we attend local events when we can to share information about support available through NCT.

Our volunteers meet when and where we can – often with toddlers and babies in tow to talk about what’s happening in branch and make decisions and plans for the coming months. Our very informal monthly meeting is on the second Tuesday of the month and we vary the times so that it happens on days and evenings to make it more accessible for different schedules. We have a number of volunteering opportunities available short term or long term from supporting the branch by lending your voice in meetings, taking on small administrative opportunities to picking up specific roles where you can spend a few hours a month helping the branch at times that suit you. We are a small team of friendly and supportive volunteers and would love to see some new faces so please get in touch via if you have any questions or want to express an interest in getting involved. We welcome people to attend meet ups or informal meetings with no obligation to take on specific responsibilities.

St Leonard’s Hospice

Volunteer Opportunity

We need volunteers at our Fulford Shop.

Can you spare a few hours a week to help us?

If you can help, please contact our Broadway Shop Manager on 01904 625 914 for more details.

Volunteer Youth Support Worker – Door 84 Youth Club

We are looking for a Volunteer Youth Support Worker to Volunteer in our OpenAccess Youth Sessions (8-17yrs). The main purpose of the role is to assist the Youth Workers in the development of a programme of activities and service for the Young People attending sessions. The role involves working directly with the Young People to encourage personal and social development and takes into account the needs and aspirations of the Young People.

What we are looking for:

Commitment (minimum of 60 hours / 1 session a week for 20 weeks)

Ability to work in a team and on own initiativeAbility to work in a fast paced environment

Willingness to learn and develop skills

Open Access Youth Session Hours: Monday- 5-8

Due to the nature of the role we ask that you are able to commit to a minimum of 60 hours volunteering, this is broken down into one session a week for 20weeks.

Positions will only be offered on completion and receipt of an Enhanced DBS that covers Child and Adult workforce.

For an application form please contact Ashley on:

Tel: 01904 623177

Alternatively you can download an application form via our website: