We are a busy glamping, wedding and event venue and have regular, part-time work during the season from April through October. It’s a fun place to work and we have staff who have been coming for the last 3 seasons.

You need your own transport to get to and from Barnutopia, which is about 5 miles from Oswestry. There is no public transport. Barnutopia, Tanycoed Farm, Llansilin, Oswestry, Shropshire SY10 9BS

To apply, please get in touch by email MrsB@Barnutopia.com or Facebook Messenger (see chat window) with details of your suitability and/or previous experience. It is extremely important that you are reliable and always turn up when you have agreed to do a shift.

Event work will be given first to folks who also take on the housekeeping and kitchen work. Rates are not negotiable.

£8.50 per hour HOUSEKEEPING (mostly weekdays but some Sundays)

  • Whatever is needed to get the site ready for the next guests/group/wedding/event.
  • Vacuuming, dusting, tidying, stripping, changing beds, sweeping/mopping floors in barns, cleaning bathrooms.
  • This is not difficult work and we don’t expect you to race around like steam trains.
  • Usually 4 hour shifts.

£8.50 KITCHEN ASSISTANT (could be any days)

  • For food prepared and served in the farmhouse (no going back and forth to the event barn)
  • Preparing, cooking, serving food and drinks. Setting up, clearing tables, washing up and putting away.
  • Typical kitchen work. Not difficult.
  • Usually 2-4 hour shifts.

£10.00 per hour EVENT WORK (mostly Saturdays, but some midweek)

  • Any work that involves going back and forth to the event barn during an event.
  • Serving food, drinks (and bar work), setting up tables/chairs, clearing tables, taking down tables chairs, washing up fetching, carrying and whatever else is need to make the event happen. May involve preparing and cooking food.
  • This is more demanding. Not difficult, but you do a lot more walking around things have to be done quickly.
  • Usually 6-8 hour shifts but often longer up to 8-10 hours.
Getting barn ready at Barnutopia