The Trust carries out many activities throughout the year, for example:
- At the Annual Nautical Festival
- At the Annual Transport Festival
- Stewarding at talks that the Trust organises
- Maintaining the Purifier Building
- Maintaining the boats that the Trust owns or looks after
- Arranging coffee mornings and lunches
- Publishing a regular newsletter
- And more…
If you are interested in volunteering then please get in touch email@example.com
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