Become a National Trust Volunteer – Spotlight on Tom Eagle

Fame at last!!

National Trust Going Green

As I referred to in a recent blog on holiday cottages, The National Trust are lucky to benefit from the extensive knowledge and support of our volunteers. The following offers Tom’s thoughts on being a National Trust volunteer –

 

 

Name:  Tom Eagle      

Role Title:  Environmental Practices Assistant 

Overview of Role:   

There are two main tasks at the moment:

  • Carrying out environmental reviews at the Trust’s holiday cottages in Wales
  • Working on a solar generator, to be used at the Royal Welsh Show 

How did you find out about the role? 

I was using twitter and following the NT Wales feed and saw the Environmental Practices Advisors blog around work on hydro projects. I got in touch to see if there were ways I could get involved, and met them on site in Powis. There isn’t a formal role description, but Keith, Paul and I worked…

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2 Responses to Become a National Trust Volunteer – Spotlight on Tom Eagle

  1. Paul Southall says:

    Foel Gopyn – nice holiday cottage as the screensaver – sad that I recognise this!

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