Volunteers

Why not volunteer with us to extend your experience and contribute to your local NHS services?

Volunteering brings huge value to the NHS and enhances existing services and the experiences of people who use services.

Volunteering is an activity that involves spending time, unpaid, doing something that aims to benefit others. Volunteering is also a great way to meet people, make friends, learn skills, gain in confidence and, most importantly, make a direct difference to people's lives.

What can I do as a volunteer

There is a range of volunteering roles and opportunities with us here. Details of specific opportunities available now can be found here.

Minimum requirements:

In order to be considered for one of our volunteer roles you should be:

  • Over 16 years of age
  • Be able to commit to a minimum of six months service
  • Have good communication skills

How do I become a volunteer?

There’s a short application process to complete in order to become a volunteer here:

If your application is successful you will be given an introduction and training in the areas that you will be assisting.

We do receive a large volume of applications so please note that if you do not hear from us within four weeks of submitting your application unfortunately you have not been successful on this occasion, but please do keep an eye out for future opportunities here.