We’re looking for a Marketing Volunteer to join our volunteer team. This is a flexible role in terms of time commitment and could be anything from 2-8 hours per week to suit you. You can also volunteer from home, so it can fit around these unprecedented times.
If you can spare a few hours and would like to help the Tithe Barn Trust, your local charity, then please do get in touch. Email email@example.com or click here to find out more https://do-it.org/opportunities/dda374d8-4673-4975-8f8e-b51c08696d68
The Tithe Barn Trust would like to invite you to our FREE online Annual General Meeting. You can meet the Tithe Barn Trust volunteer team online and learn all about the Tithe Barn project.
Due to covid-19 guidance the Tithe Barn Trust is holding its AGM this year via Zoom. So we’ve set up a practice session for anyone who is new to zoom on 13th June, then our AGM will go ahead on 24th June.
We’d love for you to join us, so here are the details –
Practice zoom session
Saturday 13 June
This session is for all those who are new to zoom and would like to try it out and practice. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Or follow the link below to join the Zoom session –
Meeting ID: 781 5912 0128
Annual General Meeting
Wednesday 24 June
Meet the Tithe Barn Trust volunteer team online and learn all about the Tithe Barn project.
Follow the link below to join the meeting by Zoom –
Meeting ID: 794 7376 5149
Looking forward to ‘seeing’ you all then.
Our team of skilled craftsmen have been working hard over the last five months to repair and rescue the unique Grade II listed Tithe Barn, in Landbeach. Less than a year ago the Tithe Barn’s future was uncertain and if the funds weren’t raised the historic timber frame building was in danger of collapsing and being lost forever. The Tithe Barn’s leaking roof was covered in a tarpaulin and it was in real need of some TLC.
We are over the moon that the repairs are now complete. Thanks to our thatcher Jeff Helme and his team the roof has been rethatched, keeping as much of the historic fabric as possible, and now looks fabulous. Our team of carpenters and brick layers from F.A. Valiant & Son, building restoration specialists, have worked tirelessly. The final sympathetic repairs have now been undertaken to the doors and brick threshing floor.
Gemma O’Shea, Chair of Trustees of the Tithe Barn Trust says “Of course, none of this would have been possible without the support from the wonderful public, as well as the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the Amey Community Fund, the Garfield Weston Foundation and the October Fund. We are truly grateful and can’t wait for everyone to see the finished result at our next events.”
We are holding new events at the Tithe Barn this year, all made possible by money raised by National Lottery players. On Saturday 28th March 9.30am-12.30 ‘Histon Country pop-up market’ will have handmade food and gifts on offer by local producers, at the Tithe Barn. Then on Saturday 4th April 11am-4pm we’ll be holding our first ever Art Exhibition at the Barn. Local artist Maureen Mace will be exhibiting alongside local artists from the Cambridge Drawing Society and Rowan, a Cambridge based charity and arts centre for adults with learning disabilities. Entry to these events is free. Visit https://tithebarntrust.org.uk/learning/2020-events/ and pencil the dates in your diary for all our events this year.