Trustee (voluntary)

The Hamlet Charity seeks Trustees
The Hamlet charity supports children and adults in Norwich and Norfolk with disabilities and complex health needs. We offer vital support to children and young adults (aged 0 – 29 years) with complex and special needs at two sites in Norwich, and to their parents. We also run a social club called Out of Hours for adults over 16 years. (This includes children and adults with autistic spectrum disorder, life limiting conditions, palliative conditions and genetic and physical difficulties). The board of trustees come from a range of backgrounds and include parent trustees. We meet regularly throughout the year and offer support to the staff in a number of ways. More information can be found on our website.

We seek new trustees, especially those who are parents of children or adults with a disability and have skills / expertise in education or finance/ fundraising / project management or marketing  to join the board at this exciting time for The Hamlet.

New Trustees will join a lively and successful team of people who provide guidance and strategic direction to the Charity. All of our trustees have a passion and understanding of the challenges and needs of families affected by disability.
Why not find out more about the opportunities offered within this very worthwhile Charity?
For an application pack please contact
Alternatively, you can download an Application Form and Role of a Trustee Document here.
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Closing date for applications:   May 17th 2019
Interviews: 22nd / 23rd May 2019
Salary: Voluntary role
All new trustees will have to undergo a DBS check and references checks as well as an interview.
Would you like to be a Trustee at The Hamlet?
We are currently recruiting new trustees and are holding an information evening for interested people who want to find out more.
The event will be held on 7th May at 7pm in The Hive at The Hamlet Johnson Place, Norwich, NR2 1SJ, giving you the opportunity to come and speak to current trustees and staff about the role of the trustee. If you would like to attend, please contact or phone 01603 765405 and we will book a space for you.
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