Free volunteer training at Caistor Roman Town: how to get involved

Caistor Roman Project and the Trust are working together to offer some exciting free opportunities for people interested in bringing the Roman town to life for members of the public.

This will be a great opportunity to extend skills, and get involved with the work of CRP and the Trust.  Free training will be available for volunteers who would like to help support school visits to the Roman Town and/or become a Roman Town guide.  The training sessions will take place in February and April 2018 - more details below.

Current volunteer, Linda, said “Making the site alive to visitors is highly rewarding and certainly improves your knowledge of Caistor!”

Training dates

Caistor Roman Town: Supporting school visits

Date: Friday 16 February AND Friday 23 February 2018

Time: 11.00 am-4.00 pm

Course leader: Kate Argyle, Local Heritage Education Manager, Historic England

Caistor Roman Town: Visitor Guide Training

Date: Saturday 21 April AND Saturday 28 April 2018

Time:  10.00 am – 4.00 pm

Course leader:  Stewart Alexander, Storyline Designs

The venue for both is St George’s Hall, Long Road, Upper Stoke Holy Cross, Norfolk NR14 8ND

Download more details about the training here

These training sessions are free, but booking is essential.  To book, email info@norfarchtrust.org.uk, or phone 01603 462987.  No previous experience is necessary but if you have previous teaching or tour guide experience, please tell us! 

Please note: The training is not suitable for people under 18.

Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund