We have recently formed a History / Research Group to increase our knowledge of the cemetery. We are exploring many possible avenues of research. You will be expected to share your research with the History/Research team. Research can be done at home, in your own time, or if you prefer, you can work in our offices at North Lodge during the day.
You are encouraged to liaise with other volunteers, since that makes it more fun and fruitful, and there will be regular meetings of the History Group.
Childline is here to help anyone under 19 in the UK with any issue they’re going through. Young people can talk about anything. Whether it’s something big or small, our trained counsellors are here to support them. We can help with anything – from abuse and bullying to exam stress and relationships
Childline is free (and will not show up on your phone bill), confidential and available any time, day or night. Young people can talk to us by calling (0800 1111), by email or through a 1-2-1 counsellor chat.
Supported by a network of volunteers, Contact the Elderly organises monthly Sunday afternoon tea parties for small groups of older people aged 75 and over who are dealing with loneliness and social isolation.
Fenton House (built in 1693) was lived in over the centuries by many families – but now, although it has the air of a family house, the ‘residents’ are collections, some from the last owner who died in the 1950s, and others that have come to be housed and looked after there. It also has a large and beautifully kept garden and apple orchard.
Front of House volunteers greet visitors, sell tickets and merchandise, check or sell NT membership, and introduce visitors to the history of the house.
Here at Hampstead Parochial School we have an energised, vibrant PTA made up of parent volunteers who regularly organise fundraising activities to support all we do at the school.
In recent years, the PTA has raised funds to make some vital improvements to the school.
Since 1985 the Junior League of London has worked to build better communities by improving the lives of local families in need. Each year volunteers provide thousands of hours of community service through charities that supply food, clothing, and employment skills training for needy Londoners.
OLIO connects neighbours with each other and volunteers with businesses so surplus food and other items can be shared, not thrown away.
If you love food, hate waste, care about the environment or want to connect with your community, OLIO is for you.
The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust is supported by a team of hundreds of dedicated and skilled volunteers who are coordinated by the Royal Free Charity. Volunteers work closely with staff to ensure that every patient’s experience is the best it can be. Volunteers lend a helping hand to compliment the work of hospital staff and provide a welcoming environment for patients and visitors.