ENTHUSIASTIC individuals are being sought to join the team as The National Wallace Monument in Stirling enters its busiest period.

Responsible for helping to meet and greet visitors, volunteers are integral to maintaining the attraction's high standard of service.

With no qualifications required, the opportunity enables individuals to help with the smooth running of the attraction.

Starting her new position in March 2018, Catherine was previously Libraries and Culture Assistant at Clydebank Museum.

Speaking about the volunteer search, Catherine said: "Volunteering is a great way to gain experience in the heritage sector and to support the local community. I can't wait to work with our existing volunteers and new recruits to build new and exciting roles which enhance the overall visitor experience."

The visitor attraction would like to hear from prospective volunteers with friendly personalities who are happy to talk to visitors. Full training will be provided, however a passion for Scottish history or the ability to speak another language is desirable, but not essential.

Anyone interested in volunteering at the popular heritage attraction should email volunteer@nationalwallacemonument.com.