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VOLUNTEERING IN THE UK – IS IT WORTH IT

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Ever thought about coming to the UK but just really could not bear the thought of being in a classroom again, having to do homework or working to a strict timetable?

There are just some people that have been in education, done lots of qualifications, obtained a degree, and continue to better themselves throughout their career or educational years, but nowwish to learn a new language, English and want to experience a different way of doing this.

Volunteering is easy, especially through the program we offer, its cheap and offers many advantages, first of all you are offering your practical help within traditional farms, organic gardens, small holdings or other agricultural and farming businesses all across the UK, you will live with a British family who will welcome you into their home with free accommodation and traditional English food, you will learn English faster than you can imagine as everyone around you will be speaking in English so there is no excuses for not practising. In exchange for your help which is generally about 4hours per day you will have time off to enjoy your surroundings, socialize with the friends you have made and experience some British culture outside of the farm that you are in.

Coming to the UK to volunteer costs no more than £100, in addition to this yes you have to pay for your flight and travel arrangements to get to the farm but we will help you with all of this. Once you are there the expense of food and accommodation is all taken care of for you.

If you are from the EU no visa is needed, from outside of the EU a visitor visa is recommended and this enables you to stay for the maximum time on your visa. In fact you could come for one week or one month or longer………its up to you and of course the farm who accepts you.

Maybe you have some unused holiday from work and you don’t quite knowwhat to do? Why not head to the UK for a week or so, see the country and improve what English you may or may not know, and if you really enjoy it maybe you will come back?

There is only one way to find out if its worth doing and that is to try it, trust me it’s a lot cheaper than going to an English language school and a far better way to experience the UK life.

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