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Become a Part of the Team at Nibbles

You can make a huge difference to little lives by donating your time to Nibbles

Our volunteers make up a vital part of Team Nibbles and we couldn't operate without them. Volunteering is a hugely rewarding experience and you'll know that you've played a major part in changing a little life for the better. 

Animal Care Volunteering

Our animal care volunteers help with the day-to-day cleaning and care of the animals at Nibbles, working together as a team to ensure the animals have clean beds and litter trays, plenty of food and a head smooth or two.  Volunteers do need to have a good level of physical mobility to climb in and out of kennel and pens and will need waterproofs and wellies. 

What is it like to volunteer with the animals?

We have a friendly, relaxed and welcoming atmosphere at Nibbles and always have a good giggle .

Current Vacancies 

Temporary Rabbit Care Position

Mondays starting between 9-10am finishing at 1pm

We are in need of an additional volunteer to help with the day-today cleaning and care of our rabbits, during this busy period and enable our centre manager to build new runs. 

Casual Volunteering

If you are unable to make a regular weekly commitment, why not join us as a casual volunteer.

 

Can you help with:

  • Cover animal care shifts

  • with street collections

  • Fundraising & events

  • Homechecks

  • Animal transport

  • DIY, Maintenance & Repairs

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Monthly Volunteer Mornings

Every month we offer a volunteering morning at Nibbles.  From spending some time with the buns and helping to keep their coats free from knots and tangles, taking photos of the animals for our social media accounts, helping with projects and getting you out and about with like minded people for a bit of a chat and giggle.  

These opportunities are only available via our monthly news letter. So to get involved you just need to sign up! 

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The Small Print - All volunteers must be 18 years or over for insurance purposes and have their own transport to get to the centre which is located in between Eglwyswrw & Rhos Hill.  Hot and cold drinks are available along with snacks. Animal care volunteers will need to wear suitable clothing (waterproofs & wellies). You can find answers to common questions about volunteering here

Other ways to support our work

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