WMC: June 2019
Cornerstone are looking for new volunteers — might that be you!
Currently Cornerstone have regular vacancies as follows:
Wednesday 10-12pm covering the counter — taking orders, making drinks and taking orders to the tables.
Wednesday 12-2pm covering the counter as above or washing up in the utility room which include operating the simple steriliser machine.
Wednesday 2-4pm washing up in the utility room as above.
Monday 12-2pm on the cash till — taking money, receiving deliveries, taking down book orders and restocking the shop.
Tuesday 12-2pm on the cash till as above
Wednesday 10-12 on the cash till as above.
Saturdays on a once every 5 week basis, they have vacancies on the till throughout the day on some teams, in the utility 10-12 or 12-2 and on the counter 12-2pm.
Other shifts regularly come up to cover other volunteers absence. If you do sign up for a regular weekly shift, you are not obligated to do every single week, if you are going away or have another commitment, they do like a week's notice ideally.
All of the shifts are 2 hours, the 10-12 shift includes a break & drink at 11am usually, the 12-2pm shift includes a lunch at 2pm and the 2-4pm shift includes a break and a drink at 3pm.
The Saturday rota consists of 5 teams, so each shift is once every 5 weeks and you are provided with a rota for the entire year in January, or whenever you join the rota.
If you are interested in this or would like to know more, please contact
Sarah Tel: 01235 772280
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