Sara to keep up Tattershall Castle standards
A LOCAL face has taken up a new position as operations manager for three local National Trust sites.
Sara Blair-Manning has been appointed to the role for Tattershall Castle, Gunby Hall and Woolsthorpe Manor.
A local lady, Sara was born in Louth and brought up in Theddlethorpe and remembers visiting Tattershall Castle on many occasions as a child.
She was previously employed as the house manager at Alford Manor House before moving to the Peterborough area, where she was the CEO for the John Clare Trust which was responsible for raising the profile of the renowned Victorian Peasant poet John Clare and managing his birthplace.
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Sara is looking forward to putting her experience to good use in her new role and especially looking forward to working in the county again.
Sara said: "I am delighted to be working for the National Trust at these three amazing sites.
"The staff and volunteers at the sites are incredible and I would encourage anyone who thinks that they have some time to volunteer to get in touch with us.
"We would not be able to offer such fantastic events, education experiences and keep the sites up to standard without our volunteers."
Her duties will include implementing an exciting range of projects which will offer visitors to the three sites a more enjoyable and involved experience.
A call for volunteers has been made at Tattershall Castle in particular.
With the visitor season in full swing, enthusiastic and willing individuals are needed to help out with all aspects of the running of the building.
Areas where help is needed include assisting staff to look after the building, grounds and the collection, welcoming visitors, helping with the education offer and school visits and increasing the number of members of The National Trust.
Volunteers aren't required to commit to any set number of days, or times and everyone is welcome. After 50 hours' service, you will receive a Volunteer Card which offers free entry into all National Trust properties.
For more information, call Emily on 01526 342543.