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The de Havilland Aircraft Museum’s mission is to preserve and communicate the de Havilland Heritage to ensure that current and future generations of all ages will understand de Havilland’s ...

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Gardner/Grounds Maintenance

Organisation role · 4–8 hrs/Week
Salisbury Hall, Shenley, St Albans AL2 1BU, UK
Community & familyArt & cultureEducation
Suitable for under 18's
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de Havilland Aircraft Museum
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Summary

You will join our grounds maintenance team is developing flower beds, create landscaping, maintain our lawns and open areas and the never-ending week control.

Detailed description

We are looking for anyone interested in working outdoors in a relatively modest gardening/grounds maintenance capacity. Nothing really beyond what an average person might do in their own garden. Our location is pictured below to give you an overview of the extent of our facility.


Most of our larger gardening work is carried out on a Monday, as the Museum is closed to visitors. However, some of our ground maintenance volunteers do work on other days.


The de Havilland Aircraft Museum is volunteer led and run. You will be joining a team of approximately 170 volunteers who preserve and promote the amazing accomplishments of the de Havilland Enterprises.


We are a very social and friendly group who believe that everyone at the Museum should enjoy their time on site, volunteers and visitors.


If you are interested, please leave your details and we will email you a link to our online volunteer application form.


We look forward to welcoming you to our team.


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About de Havilland Aircraft Museum

The de Havilland Aircraft Museum’s mission is to preserve and communicate the de Havilland Heritage to ensure that current and future generations of all ages will understand de Havilland’s contribution to innovative British Aviation technology.

The de Havilland Aircraft Museum’s volunteers are dedicated to restoring de Havilland aircraft and artefacts. The new Sir Geoffrey de Havilland Hangar has provided additional facilities that has enabled more of our aircraft to be under cover and ensure that the restoration process can continue in all weathers as well as providing our visitors with the opportunity to enjoy practical and informative learning opportunities.