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On 2 Jan 2010 at 3:22pm trevor wrote:
What recommendations would the kind people of Lewes make for a student on a gap year to travel to? Please bare in mind this will not be from my parents unlimited wallet. i look forward to your exciting suggestions, thanks
 
 
On 2 Jan 2010 at 4:12pm Wwoofer. wrote:
Have you heard of Wwoofing? (Willing Workers on Organic Farms.)
There is an official Wwoofing website (google it) to give you the basic idea.
In exchange for approx 4 hours work a day you will get fed,watered and a bed.
It is worldwide.
I would suggest a site caled HelpX, (google it!) where I am registered.It is slightly different to the Wwoofing website in that you pay just one fee of £15 for 2 years membership.
You can have a look as a free user though,but to be able to contact hosts and have access to their phone numbers and E mail addresses you do need to pay.
It is well worth it. You can look in just about any part of the world on HelpX...
Have a look.
I have helped in France,Spain and Portugal and had a ball and learned a lot.
 
 
On 2 Jan 2010 at 4:18pm Cliffebimbo wrote:
I was a volunteer on a kibbutz and it was brilliant. The company I used to get a placement, was called Project 67, although I am not sure if it still exists. You get fed, housed and we were even clothed!!
 
 
On 2 Jan 2010 at 9:05pm SG wrote:
You can volunteer with the National Trust, too, and not just in the UK. Might be worth looking into if you're a member.
 
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On 6 Jan 2010 at 1:09am SHS wrote:
Why not travel around England spreading grit?


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