Volunteering Opportunities

The Primrose Hill Community Association (PHCA) has existed for 43 years, promoting the well-being of Primrose Hill people through activities for all ages at the community centre in Hopkinson’s Place. The Primrose Hill Community Library was saved from closure in 2012 and continues to be run by the Community Association. The association also runs the Neighbourhood Nosh project, feeding people in need in our community, organises a summer fair in Chalcot Square, runs events and online events and publishes a magazine On The Hill.

We receive no running costs grants and raise money through donations, renting its premises and events, with great local support.

Volunteering Roles

Click on the link below to read more about each volunteering opportunity

Update on Volunteering Opportunities

Right now we are especially looking for help with:

  • Primrose Hill Community Association
    • Membership — to promote the PHCA membership to neighbours, friends etc. extolling the benefits of being a member
    • Last Friday in the Month – volunteers to help run and serve at the Bar
    • Open House – volunteers to help set up the room and interact with people
    • IT experience/tech for hybrid events i.e. streaming talks, etc
  • Events — to meet once a month with the committee to help plan and put on fundraising events for the centre
  • Neighbourhood Nosh
    • Tuesday — help with preparing vegetarian food for distribution on Wednesday
    • Wednesday AM— help with free food distribution at the community centre
    • Wellbeing Café — help with serving food at the centre on Wednesdays 10am-2pm initially, expanding to 3 days a week
  • Walks programme — help source suitable walks in the area and/or lead a walk for every Thursday at 10.30am
  • On the Hill magazine
    • Suggestions for articles always welcome
    • Suggestions for possible advertisers welcome
  • Primrose Hill Community Library
    • Front desk — help with borrowing, using the catalogue, scanning and printing services during library opening hours (Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday)
    • Meet and Greet — to sit at front desk when the library is rented out to various organisations who put on classes at the library on Tuesday and Thursday.
    • Evening talks — help with setting up, taking donation and/or serving wine at talks
    • Film nights — help at the door and with chairs once a month on the first Tuesday

Enquire About Volunteering

If you are interested in volunteering in any of the roles listed above or if you have other skills you think might be useful, please get in touch on the form below.

Optionally you can leave a contact number
There are a list of volunteer job descriptions you can refer to, or if you've heard of other help we are looking for or aren't sure then tick those boxes

Last Updated on 23rd January 2023 by Jason