Volunteer at the vineyard



Volunteer sessions are currently subject to strict guidelines during the pandemic and we are unable to take on new volunteers at present. We are very sorry about this and will update this message as soon as things change.

FLOURISH volunteering: If you are thinking of volunteering as part of support for your mild to moderate mental health issues please see the tab Ecotherapy where you can contact our ecotherapists.

Volunteers are the vineyard’s lifeblood, we rely on our volunteers in every aspect of vineyard management and development;  From planting to harvesting and helping to maintain the beautiful vineyard. 

Volunteer sessions currently take place every Wednesday morning from  9.30am and on the first and third Sundays of the month from 10am.  Please contact us for current volunteering opportunities. 

All our volunteers are given induction training and the chance to access other training provided by the vineyard. For individuals looking to get into work or accredited training, there is advice and signposting to relevant services and openings.

We also offer popular team challenge days to the corporate sector, that include outdoors vineyard activities.

Why volunteer?

Volunteering can provide numerous benefits:

  • The fun and challenge of trying something new and different
  • Meeting and socialising with new people from diverse backgrounds
  • Increasing confidence and improving physical and mental health
  • Developing new skills through training and increasing career prospects

Our volunteers report a great sense of satisfaction and achievement from their work on the vineyard – read our volunteer stories.

Volunteer sessions currently take place every Wednesday morning from 9.30 am and on the first and third Sundays of the month from 10am. 
As we sometimes operate a waiting list please contact Sheila@fortyhallvineyard.com 

To get involved, please contact us.

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