Volunteer with Mersey Gateway and become part of Halton’s history
Local people are getting another chance to become part of Halton’s history by joining the volunteer team working with the Mersey Gateway Project.
Construction joint venture Merseylink has trained up 50 volunteers so far and is now looking for more passionate and enthusiastic local people who want to help tell the story of the bridge and Halton’s history.
A volunteer information event will be held on Wednesday 16 March 2016 at 5.30pm-6.30pm in the Kingsway Learning Centre in Widnes so people can find out more.
Volunteers are a key part of the project. They work within the project’s visitor centre to help explain how the bridge is being built and help to deliver talks, presentations and temporary exhibitions in local community venues, schools and colleges.
All successful applicants are enrolled on a special four-week training programme, where they gain the skills and knowledge required to tell the story of Halton’s new bridge and road project.