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In Sussex, on the edge of Lewes by the River Ouse, are more than twenty acres of land, used for over fifty years as rail yards. When they were dismantled, they became a wasteland. After twenty-five years of benign neglect, the land was saved from development by a group of local residents. Since then, it has become a prized nature reserve around which several social and ecological projects gravitate. These, and the web of relations between them, constitute the Railway Land Project.
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Two exciting paid posts

Date: 15/02/2015
Two exciting posts working for the
Lewes Railway Land Wildlife Trust

Volunteer / Project Co-ordinator: 8,000 for 2 days a week (0.4 FTE)
We would like someone with a good range of experience in helping the Director co-ordinate a wide range of activities which revolve around the Railway Land Project. You will also help expand and support volunteers interested in contributing to the Project.

Support worker: 5,000 for 2 days a week (0.4 FTE)
We are looking for a committed person to assist the Director in preparing and running Tuesday and Thursday sessions with a group of adults with learning disabilities who have contributed a huge amount to the Railway Land Project.

Start Date: 1st May 2015.
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Closing Date for applications: 6th March 2015
Interview Date: week commencing 16th March 2015

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