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Goodwick
All Year: Yes
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Persons: 1
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 41842
Country: Wales

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Last Updated: May 30, 2016

We are currently looking for someone to start as soon as possible for at least 4 weeks.

We are looking for someone to help create a workshop from the chaos of our garage! So someone who's good at painting, organising, lifting, moving junk and dump runs!
You would also need to be able to drive in the UK, as I can't drive.

We hope to find:
A happy adaptable person to come and stay in our home, as part of a young team that supports a Bohemian couple, who both have Multiple Sclerosis, living in a cottage by the coast in West Wales with their adult family.

Please note: All our personal care is sorted so we are NOT looking for that, but we do need someone to take part in daily life in the house, so also some housework would be great if you could cook, preferable meat eater.

Hours: 5-6 hours a day x 5 days in return for bed and food.

Pembrokeshire is a great place to be:
•Costal paths cover 186 miles along the most breath-taking coastline in Britain. It covers almost every kind of maritime landscape from rugged cliff tops and sheltered coves to wide-open beaches and winding estuaries.
•Coasteering – Cliff climbing cliff jumping and swimming.
•Bouldering – Some great places.
•Art Galleries – Pembrokeshire is full of artists and craft people.

The above sounds a bit idyllic, the reality of living with a disability is our house can be noisy, stressful, and sometimes chaotic, but we try to have fun!

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