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If you would like to find out more about becoming a welcomer at UHW please contact Jean Martin, on 029 2073 1547 or Beryl Monkely, on 029 2074 2202.
All this was brought about by the large number of volunteers who worked on the day as welcomers and guides and also provided the lovely afternoon Victorian tea.
They used it to motivate and inspire teams of young welcomers or "ambassadors" from local schools.
Lou Chapman, Northumberland Wildlife Trust volunteers co-ordinator, said: "We would love to recruit a team of volunteer site welcomers to greet visitors at the main entrance on open days and to assist with parking and directions on special event days.
Being neither territorial nor aggressive, they make ideal canine welcomers for visitors.
All Pullman hotels provide full wireless and broadband communications, executive floors and lounges, chill-out zones and state-of-the-art meeting and function facilities as well as signature services such as Pullman Welcomers, IT Solution Managers and Pullman Event Managers.
Tears, smiles and warm greetings characterized the impressive outpouring of emotions as the returnees mingled with the welcomers.
Further, in our diocese, courses have been run to help sides people/stewards and others to be better welcomers.
Throughout the summer, the Weston Welcomers and Rangers service organises a programme of entertainments and events for kids in the town's parks and on the beach.
Their eagerness to serve is carried out as welcomers, choir members, and volunteer workers of the Canadian church.
Many of our cathedral welcomers are already trained in assisting visitors with special needs, and guide dogs have always been welcome here,' said Janet Sinclair, the Cathedral's deputy steward.
We have recruited trained welcomers who work alongside our volunteers to encourage people to come into the cathedral, and give each visitor a warm and personal welcome.