Volunteering is a sociable and enjoyable activity, a chance to gain new experiences and to spend your time on something enjoyable and rewarding. Your effort, time and skills enable us to carry out projects across the whole county and to manage our nature reserves to a high standard. 

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      Removing Himalayan Balsam © Sarah Stebbing

Regular volunteering can help to get you fit, help regain your confidence and helps you to gain more skills to succeed in the work place. Most of our volunteers agree that they love giving something back to nature and doing their bit for the environment. We have numerous Wild Connections volunteer opportunities every week and we are always looking for potential volunteer leaders to train. You could be:

  • tree planting;
  • helping to install a kissing gate;
  • putting up bird boxes;
  • surveying birds, insects or mammals for our records; or
  • helping to run one of our events.

Volunteering is both challenging and rewarding

Whatever you choose, your time is invaluable to us and we want to give something back to you to say thanks. It goes without saying that we will provide the tea, coffee and biscuits, but regular volunteers can also gain full training in leadership skills, First Aid, hedge-laying, and chainsaw certificates as well as much more.

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