Nightingale Country Crafts Volunteer

Location: From home, located within 20 miles of Aylesbury
Hours: Adhoc
Age: 18+
Requirements:Skilled at sewing, knitting or crochet
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Nightingale Country Crafts are a group of volunteers who make baby clothes, toys, blankets, tea cosies and decorations which are sold in our shops and at events such as Bucks County Show.  All of the money raised through the sale of their crafts is donated to Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity. 

Since 2008 the group have raised well over £30,000 to help support the charity provide dedicated specialist hospice care for local patients and families across Buckinghamshire and its borders. 


What will I be doing?

You will be using your crafting skills to make clothes and other items based on a range of designs to raise funds for the charity.  

Crafters of all abilities are welcome with guidance and
advice given when needed.


What volunteering for FNHC can do for you

What you get out of volunteering for FNHC depends on what you are looking for, but these are just some of the benefits we offer our volunteers:

  • Pride of knowing you are making a valuable contribution to your local community, and to the amazing work of the Hospice.
  • Opportunity to use and develop your own skills and enhance your CV.
  • Build confidence and experience in a supportive environment
  • Offer flexibility to fit around other commitments.

How to Apply

Complete our short registration form and our Volunteering Team will be in touch shortly.


Got any questions?  To find out more call us on 01296 429975 or email

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"We are extremely lucky to have such fabulous, highly talented, committed and motivated team of volunteers. The work they do to help and support us can never be underestimated and makes such a difference to our ability to deliver the services our patients need."
Lee Lloyd, Head of Fundraising
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