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New section: Volunteering from home. Ways you can volunteer during the coronavirus outbreak.

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JOB: Nottingham Ecology Towpath Taskforce
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LOC: The Notts Beeston Canal, Nottingham
FOR: Canal and River Trust

Join us for a practical day of volunteering in Nottingham along the Notts Beeston Canal. Works during these sessions will focus heavily on ecology, helping us to bring the Notts Beeston Canal to life, and provide Nottingham with a waterway teeming with life, nature and interest. Volunteers will help us to enhance the Notts Beeston Canal whilst safeguarding and encouraging the canals nature and wildlife. Volunteering tasks will vary and may include removal and monitoring of invasive species, pond work, pruning, looking after habitats for native species, wildflower & bulb planting, and much more. Task days are held every Thursday between 10am and 2pm. Some additional sessions may be added as required. For more information and to sign up please visit:

Education & Engagement Volunteer Trainee - Kent Wildlife Trust

Logo: Kent Wildlife Trust

11 month position. Training and travel allowance will be provided.

Based at Sevenoaks and Tyland Barn

Are you looking to start your career in environmental education? Do you enjoy sharing your enthusiasm and passion for nature and wildlife with others?

We are looking for someone to help us in the delivery of our exciting education and engagement programmes. As a trainee, you will gain valuable experience in all aspects of people engagement including education, community engagement and visitor centres.

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