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christinesarah

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National Trust
« on: May 26, 2015, 09:52:49 AM »
Became a volunteer in Mount Stewart House. It's a fantastic place to visit .

An American Gentleman touring the House was over joyed seeing the swans and four signets. 

Another visitor loved seeing the Art .

It's good to hear visitors experiences of the House.

its good to hear stories from the Volunteers and their experiences in the House

It's good to be part of a Team .its good to be respected .

eros

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Re: National Trust
« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2015, 04:34:42 PM »
Christine ,I was at Mount Stewart on Saturday past  I was dissapointed that Charles and Camella did not stay long enough to meet me But a beautiful place to visit and the weather was fantastic  I bought myself a book The Dairy Of Jack The Ripper  for 2 we had sandwiches in the cafe and they were lovely we were served by a nice lad Joel
He could not do enough for us there was 26 of us so the waiters were kept on their feet
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christinesarah

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Re: National Trust
« Reply #2 on: May 26, 2015, 05:11:06 PM »
Eros sad to say I didn't get an invite to meet Duke and Duchess of Cornwall.I am only a volunteer

.A gentle of years stood by me today ,his wife came grateful to me for speaking with her husband.'Hes Dementia Dear' my son is looking for his dad .A gentleman of years just smiled.Someones Father Husband and my friend .

Last night I asked for respect .Today I gave it and got it back two fold.

Tomorrow it would be nice 😊 to be respected and 'loved' .

To much to ask for Eros