Now published: CJS Focus on Volunteering in association with The Conservation Volunteers

CJS Focus on Volunteering - now published

40 pages in total, the lead article is from The Conservation Volunteers on how they are inspiring the conservation workforce of the future via traineeships. Keep Scotland Beautiful will launch Spring Clean 2020 soon, why not get involved. Denbighshire County Council talk about the wellbeing benefits of volunteering. Debs Carter on why the best Volunteer Managers were once volunteers themselves. Volunteering can and does make a difference – as evidenced by the Dry Stone Walling Association organised Wallathon in Reeth. We ask the latest Volunteer Ranger at North Norfolk District Council about his experience of the role. FSC Biolinks are keen to tell us about the project and their ID training for biological recording volunteers. A relatively new role, Community Ambassador with Northumberland Wildlife Trust, has proved a big hit. We round up with the reflections on 25 years of advertising volunteer roles and the changes that have occurred over that time from CJS Editor, Kerryn. This edition also carries lots of voluntary vacancies and work day opportunities. Read it here