Bathurst Heritage Trades Trail needs volunteers
The Bathurst Heritage Trades Trail is coming up soon. If you can spare just a few hours over the weekend of 18-19 May please get in touch.
Here’s how you can help….
Volunteer for one or more half day sessions:
9.30am – 1.00pm or 1.00pm – 4.00pm.
Volunteers please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0448 030 198.
Or contact Libby Loneragan: email@example.com or 0409 312 768.
The Heritage Trades Trail is in its third year and is bigger and better than ever. The flyer below gives details of the activities at each of the four venues – Walshaw Hall, Uniting Church Hall, CWA Hall and the Agricultural Research Station.
The Heritage Trades Trail is staged by a group of enthusiastic local volunteers, in collaboration with the Bathurst Visitor Information Centre but we need the support of the community on the weekend.
You will be supporting a co-ordinator at each venue, with the main responsibilities being greeting visitors and ticket sales.
BATHURST HERITAGE TRADES TRAIL
Rediscover all the rare and lost trades and crafts over one weekend on the Bathurst Heritage Trade Trail. Blacksmithing, saddlery, dry stone walling, whip cracking and making, glass artistry, lace making, tapestry, embroidery, carpentry and joinery, cigar box guitar making and violin making are among many unique talents demonstrated by local and guest artisans.
BOOK YOUR TICKETS NOW
Please note: Ticket cost includes both days.
Image: Bathurst saddle maker David Morris courtesy Western Advocate.