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Resurrected Bites Cafe Volunteer

Resurrected Bites Cafe Volunteer
St Marks Church
Description of the role:

The Resurrected Bites Cafe opened in January 2018 and has been very busy ever since. We are not an ordinary cafe though as we intercept food "waste" from shops and wholesalers and turn it into delicious, nutritious meals. The cafe runs on a pay as you feel basis which means that everyone can afford to go out for a meal. We have big communal tables to encourage community and conversation. We also raise money for charity. We are open 10-2 every Wednesday and on the third Saturday of the month (except Christmas and Easter week and August). We have a great team of volunteers who help with collecting the food, prepping and cooking the food and serving.

We serve around 100 people at each cafe and therefore have a lot of food to serve and so we are looking for someone to join our team of volunteers to serve the food and chat with the customers.

Skills and qualities needed for the role:

Do you enjoy team work and working in a busy kitchen?

We will provide level 1 food hygiene training if you do not already have a current certificate.

We are looking for people who love chatting with people but also don't mind working in a busy cafe and helping with clearing up and washing up when needed.

Practical information:

We are ideally looking for people who can either help 9-3 or 12-3 on a Wednesday (weekly, but can be less frequent) and /or a Saturday (3rd Saturday of the month). We have a number 36 bus stop outside church if you want to come by bus. All training is provided. We are a very friendly team and you will receive lots of delicious food to eat on your shift and to take home if you wish.


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Additional Information
DBS check needed: No
Driving licence needed: No
Car owner: No
Open to: Ages 18+
Is this role wheelchair accessible?: No
Address
St Mark's Church
Leeds Rd
HARROGATE
North Yorkshire
HG2 8AY
Last updated: 01.11.2018
Organisation Information

St Mark’s Church has a worshipping community in excess of 600 adults and more than 300 under 18s. Like many growing churches, we need to invest in doing all we can to bring God’s Kingdom, not just to our immediate church family, but also to the wider community in which we live. Working closely with the clergy, the Kingdom of Life Director will be pivotal in helping to grow God’s Kingdom in Harrogate.