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Tour guide roles available at National Trust for Beatles’ Childhood Homes

National Trust seeks Beatles’ Childhood Homes tour guides to welcome visitors inside the childhood homes of Paul McCartney and John Lennon.

Located in South Liverpool, the former homes of the music legends have been carefully preserved and presented as they would have been when the McCartney and Lennon families lived there in the 1950s and 60s. 20 Forthlin Road, Paul McCartney’s childhood home, was where many of the Beatles’ earliest songs were composed and rehearsed.

The Welcome and Service Assistant roles offer excitement, a fast-paced working environment, and the chance to inspire visitors from around the world.

These roles will involve being part of a team to lead tours at 20 Forthlin Road and ‘Mendips’, John Lennon’s childhood home, as well as being responsible for the day-to-day care of the properties.

“The successful candidate must be as enthusiastic about bringing the early years of two of the Beatles’ stories to life as they are about caring for our visitors and providing an enjoyable experience,” says Simon Osborne, General Manager of the National Trust’s Liverpool properties. “This is an incredible opportunity for any fan of the Beatles and provide excellent customer service.”

Applications must be received through the National Trust Jobs website here. The deadline is Sunday 23 January. The salary for these part time, fixed term roles is £6,475 based on 690 annualised hours until 4 December 2022.

For Beatles fans wanting to book their place on what is arguably the most authentic Beatles experience in the world, tickets for guided tours between March and November will go on sale from Friday 28 January at 10am via the National Trust’s website.

Tours are limited and popular, so the charity recommends booking quickly.

READ MORE: National Trust places you can visit in Liverpool

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