Full and part time voluntary placements, updated weekly.
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Ecology vacancies: roles covering ecology, biodiversity, mitigation, consultancy roles e.g. Ecological Clerk of Works and advice provision also fieldwork such as bat surveys and EIA.
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JOB: Long Term Residential Volunteer - Practical Conservation
LOC: Insh Marshes, Cairngorms National Park, Highlands
PAY: Training / accommodation
FOR: RSPBThis is an ideal opportunity for someone with an aspiration to work in the conservation sector. Insh Marshes reserve is flanked by the Cairngorm & Monadhliath mountain ranges & is home to a fantastic & unique array of wildlife. With only three full time staff members on the 1030 ha reserve, long term residential volunteers are crucial in assisting with the work program & implementing the reserve management plan on this internationally important site. Work includes habitat management (this involves strenuous work in all weathers), infrastructure maintenance, & surveys & monitoring in the spring. We are looking for a motivated & enthusiastic individual with a passion for conservation & wildlife to become a valued member of our team. You'll need to be at least 18 years old, have a full driving licence & ideally be available to start in October. 3 - 6 months, 5 days a week Monday to Friday. Some weekend working may be expected. ASK: Contact Pete Moore Inshmarshes@rspb.org.uk
JOB: Biodiversity Surveyor
LOC: Various locations in Charnwood Borough
PAY: Travel expenses reimbursed where needed
FOR: RSPBThe RSPB is partnering with idverde, the UK’s largest grounds maintenance company, to conserve biodiversity in parks and green spaces managed by idverde on behalf of Charnwood Borough Council. To help wildlife in our green spaces, we need to know which species are present. Help us survey the wildlife in Charnwood’s green spaces, so we can better conserve them, and to monitor the effectiveness of our conservation efforts. This a great opportunity to assist the RSPB in biodiversity conservation and make a real difference in your local area. It’s also a chance to spend time in nature and possibly discover a local or national rarity! You’ll gain useful experience of survey work and improve your identification skills. Flexible and reliable, you will need to have a decent amount of identification knowledge in either birds or insects ... or other! Time commitment: flexible, from a few days a month to a few days a year. ASK: Contact: Rita Gries, 07881615080 or email@example.com
JOB: Voluntary Reserve Assistant
LOC: Goss Moor National Nature Reserve
PAY: Training, PPE & expenses
FOR: Natural England6 hours per month. A monthly practical task day is launching this autumn to increase community involvement in the management of Goss Moor NNR. Tasks will vary from cutting scrub & maintaining the multi-use trail, to creating charcoal, & livestock management. Your input will help to diversify the landscape of the moor, & improve the habitats for notified species like the marsh fritillary butterfly. All are welcome to come along & pick up a hand tool - no prior experience is required; just a passion to be part of a team & a love of the outdoors, working in all weather. ASK: For further information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
JOB: Truleigh Hill Project Volunteer - 'Pondscapes' Champion
BE4: N / A
LOC: Truleigh Hill, South Downs Way, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN43 5FB
FOR: South Downs National Park AuthorityAssist the Truleigh Hill Community Landscape Officer in the creation, management and monitoring of ponds, supporting terrestrial habitats and the development of 'Pondscapes'. Involves: practical habitat management, creation and surveying (including dusk and dawn surveys and inputting data onto a national database), working with the team, volunteers, the public and project partners including Froglife and people of varying backgrounds. The ability to support at events and to have an interest in ponds, wetlands and associated species particularly amphibians. All reasonable equipment will be provided. Benefits: project and site induction, personal safety and ongoing support. Ideally volunteers will have their own transport, alternatively they can join specified project workdays delivered by the SNDPA where transport will be provided. Initially the practical activities will be delivered over Saturdays with opportunities for weekday involvement. October 2019 to March 2020) with a review for spring / summer 2020 - extension onto further years funding dependant. ASK: Please contact email@example.com with any queries or to apply.
JOB: Volunteer Officer
PAY: Regular training opportunities and travel expenses
FOR: The Conservation VolunteersTCV is looking to recruit an enthusiastic Volunteer Officer to support the delivery of all practical conservation work in Edinburgh. When fully trained, you will often be out at our partner sites around Edinburgh (in all weathers) helping to run a TCV project for volunteer groups conducting a variety of conservation activities. You will be helping with pre-project planning (including risk assessments), running projects as well as with the required administration that accompany and compliment all our activities. You will also get to contribute to our local operational and strategic plans. Looking ahead, TCV also recognises the benefits to project continuity that the possibility of recruiting those with previous experience, practical skills and a working knowledge of the organisation provides. 1 day a week for at least 6 months. ASK: If you’d like to apply, please send a CV and a short covering letter explaining why you are interested in the role and what skills you would bring to firstname.lastname@example.org.
JOB: Residential Volunteer - Long term - Visitor experience - Loch Lomond
BE4: Please apply ASAP
LOC: Loch Lomond, Dunbartonshire
PAY: Accommodation, training & expenses
FOR: RSPBWith visitor numbers increasing each year, exciting plans and iconic wildlife on your doorstep it is a really an amazing time to be part of the team. Loch Lomond is a very busy site. We aim to deliver a first-class visitor experience at all times, as well as giving an outstanding home to nature. Although the main focus of the role will be on visitor experience, you will regularly assist with the survey and practical work on site and we aim to develop your skills to make you a competitive candidate for nature conservation roles. You will be an integral part of our small and friendly team and assist with all aspects of our work. 6-12 months commitment required. ASK: For further details at https://www.rspb.org.uk/residentialvolunteering or call Emma Martinelli 01389 830670. Applications should be sent in the form of a CV to email@example.com.
JOB: North Living Landscapes Voluntary Trainee
LOC: York and nature reserves across North Yorkshire
PAY: Travel expenses and training budget
FOR: Yorkshire Wildlife TrustAcross North Yorkshire, our reserves team carries out front line nature conservation through practical conservation tasks, leading volunteer groups and carrying out office-based reserve management to enhance and protect nature. We are offering the opportunity for a new voluntary trainee to gain valuable experience within this team and develop skills in all aspects of habitat management. You’ll be involved with helping to look after a suite of nature reserves across central North Yorkshire with varied habitats including wildflower meadows, wetlands and rivers. As the range of sites that we manage varies so much in this area, you can expect to gain valuable experience in nature reserve management across a broad range of fascinating habitats and locations with this opportunity. Commitment: 12 months, 3 days a week. ASK: To find out more information or to apply please download an application form from our website www.ywt.org.uk
JOB: Nature Reserves Trainee- South Yorkshire
LOC: Potteric Carr Doncaster
PAY: Travel expenses and training budget
FOR: Yorkshire Wildlife TrustAcross South Yorkshire, our reserves team carries out vital practical conservation tasks, leading volunteer groups and carrying out office-based reserve management to enhance and protect nature. Gain valuable experience within this team and develop skills in all aspects of habitat management. Our reserves in South Yorkshire are incredible sites where you can see wildlife spectacles throughout the year. From the vast wetland bird haven and our flagship reserve Potteric Carr, to the flower-rich grasslands of Carr Lodge, with this opportunity you can expect to gain valuable experience in nature reserve management across a broad range of fascinating habitats and locations. The role will be split between office-based tasks and practical habitat conservation work on various public nature reserves throughout South Yorkshire, with most time spent at our reserves nature reserves. Commitment: 12 months, 3 days a week. ASK: To find out more information or to apply please download an application form from our website www.ywt.org.uk
JOB: SeaWatch Observer
LOC: Yorkshire Coast
FOR: Yorkshire Wildlife TrustAre you passionate about protecting marine wildlife? Do you have a special interest in whales, dolphins, porpoises? You help us to learn more about Yorkshire’s cetacean populations by regularly carrying out surveys. By becoming a SeaWatch Observer you will provide important information about how, where and when cetaceans use Yorkshire coastal waters, enabling us to better protect these animals using conservation measures. Anyone can be an Observer! Essential training will be given which will take place on Saturday 23 November at Spurn Discovery Centre. To be an observer you must be available on the training day. Time commitment: minimum of one survey a month for a few hours - flexible to suit volunteer. ASK: To find out more information or to apply please download an application form from our website www.ywt.org.uk
JOB: Immersive Volunteer Ranger
LOC: North York Moors
FOR: National Trust3-4 days a week for no more than twelve months in one of the National Trust’s most diverse properties. The North York Moors 1500 ha covering moorland, farmland, common land, woodlands, SSSIs & archaeological sites. As volunteer you will become part of the ranger team out in all weathers undertaking a wide variety of practical conservation tasks, access maintenance, visitor engagement & assisting with volunteer groups. You will receive formal training in first aid, plus a ‘ticket’ relevant to the ranger role e.g. brushcutter, the opportunity to take on projects as agreed as part of a personal development plan. Additional external training may be available if needed. Learn about all aspects of rangering from day-to-day tasks to wider land management. Suitable for someone looking to develop their skills & knowledge towards a career as a Ranger. Full driving licence essential (state on your CV). ASK: Send CV & covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
JOB: North Living Landscapes Voluntary Trainee - Skipton Area
PAY: Travel expenses and training budget
FOR: Yorkshire Wildlife Trust12 months, 3 days week. Across North Yorkshire, our reserves team carries out front line nature conservation through practical conservation tasks, leading volunteer groups & carrying out office-based reserve management to enhance & protect nature. We are offering the opportunity for a new Voluntary Trainee to gain valuable experience within this team & develop skills in all aspects of habitat management. You’ll be involved with helping to look after a suite of nature reserves across North West Yorkshire with varied habitats incl wildflower meadows, woodlands & upland areas. As the range of sites that we manage varies so much in this area, you can expect to gain valuable experience in nature reserve management across a broad range of fascinating habitats & locations with this opportunity. ASK: To find out more or to apply visit www.ywt.org.uk
JOB: Work Experience Placements
LOC: Portaferry, Northern Ireland
FOR: Exploris Aquarium & Seal SanctuaryWe are delighted to be able to offer a number of work experience placements, providing training in animal husbandry, conservation & seal rehabilitation. Unique opportunity to develop your skills across a variety of departments. There is also the opportunity to complete research projects & dissertations. Gain valuable experience to add to your CV, showing future employers that you are committed to a career in animal welfare & conservation. Applications are open from mid-September. We are flexible & placements can be either short or long term. Uniform provided. Accommodation can be provided. ASK: To apply please send a CV & covering letter to Gerard@explorisni.com Please provide as much information as possible relating to placement length, areas of interest & whether you are required to complete a project or dissertation whilst completing your work placement. For further information please contact Gerard Toner, General Manager, 02842 728062 or via email.
JOB: Volunteer Conservation Traineeship
LOC: Rainton Meadows, Houghton-le-Spring
PAY: £111 / week bursary, training & travel
FOR: Durham Wildlife Trust12 months, 4 days per week. (Tues to Fri, plus one weekend day per month. To support Living Landscape Officers in their work, particularly the management of the Trust’s nature reserves & planning & leading volunteer tasks. Applicants will gain practical exp in conservation skills co-ordinating & leading tasks & assisting with education events plus significant ecology training. Full training is provided including access to external courses: chainsaw, pesticides, first aid, off road, ATV, safe use of brushcutters. You should be an enthusiastic person with good communication skills, dedicated to nature conservation & working with people. Applicants must hold a full clean driving licence, have good communication & people skills & a willing ness to learn. ASK: Applications / chat: Chris Jones, Living Landscapes Officer (North) email@example.com or 01388 488728.
JOB: Coast and Countryside Volunteer Ranger
LOC: Botallack TR197QQ
PAY: £750 training budget for the year
FOR: National TrustThis is an opportunity involved in the conservation & management of the West Cornwall estate including areas of SSI, WHS, AONBs & over one hundred scheduled monuments within a landscape of an intensity of archaeology that is rivalled by few places in Western Europe. This role will suit people who: enjoy working on the coast & in the countryside; are looking to learn new skills & want hands-on experience for a future in conservation; enjoy being part of a dedicated team & enjoy engaging with members of the public; have a full UK driving licence; are good communicators; are looking for a detailed & immersive experience of the National Trust or the sector & interested in understanding how we care for our places at National Trust over time; interested in volunteering 4 days a week for 12 months to give you a well-rounded experience. ASK: Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01736 785 903 for more information & an application form.
JOB: Grounds and Surveying Volunteer
LOC: Nettlecombe Court Field Centre, Williton, West Somerset.
PAY: Tea and cake
FOR: Field Studies CouncilAn opportunity to be part of a busy Field Studies Centre by helping to look after the surrounding grounds; creating wildlife friendly habitats and doing biological surveying work. Flexible hours to suit. No experience is necessary just an enthusiasm to work outdoors and be physically fit. ASK: To find out more email: email@example.com or call Verity Jones on 01984 640 320.
JOB: Roadside Nature Reserve Wardens
BE4: N / A
LOC: Roadside Verges, Kent
FOR: Kent Wildlife TrustWe're looking for volunteers to join our Roadside Nature Reserves Team across the county. Our volunteers help us on task days, and keep an eye on our roadside verges throughout the year. Fortnightly commitment. Roadside Nature Reserves can link existing wildlife areas, helping to reconnect and restore landscape so that wildlife is no longer struggling to survive in isolation. This supports a living landscape, which benefits both people and wildlife and makes nature more resilient to future change. They provide vital wildlife corridors for many species, particularly reptiles such as slow-worms and viviparous lizards, and mammals such as badgers. Our Roadside Nature Reserve Volunteers help us by participating in task days, carrying out essential work on the verges and roadside alongside our staff team. Volunteers can join us for a full or part day, and you don't need any previous experience in conservation work, so long as you are enthusiastic and willing to learn. ASK: More information: https://c-js.co.uk/2HwF53y
JOB: Roadside Wardens
BE4: N / A
FOR: Kent Wildlife TrustWe're looking for Volunteer Roadside Wardens who can help us to keep an eye on the roadside verges and roads close to their homes. We're currently looking for volunteers in the Dover, Swale and Medway areas, as well as some other areas across Kent (please see the application form for more information). This is a flexible role, and monitoring can be carried out at your convenience during daylight hours. We'll need you to monitor the verges on at least a monthly basis. You will be provided with full and on-going training and you will be provided with a point of contact to report any issues or concerns. ASK: More information: https://c-js.co.uk/2HwF53y
JOB: Ecology Group Volunteers
BE4: N / A
FOR: Kent Wildlife TrustLocation: Darent, Sevenoaks, Dover, Medway, Lower Stour, Weald Area, Ashford Area, Kent. We're looking for volunteers with a passion for conservation to assist us with carrying out Ecological Surveys throughout the county. Our Ecology Groups have been established to demonstrate the effect of our reserve management work and to assess the quality of the habitats we manage. You’ll be working as part of a team in the field. Typical tasks include identifying and recording plants in various habitats using industry-standard methods. You’ll learn a huge amount through this work, gaining skills to identify plants, provide valuable data and see it used to assist with conservation preservation in your area. You’ll have the opportunity to learn from experienced botanists who will help to develop your plant identification skills. We’ll need you to have an interest in botany and wildlife, although you don’t need a background or any prior knowledge in this, but you’ll want to grow your skills and help us to make a difference to wildlife in Kent. ASK: More information: https://c-js.co.uk/30quQXa
JOB: Buzzing Bee Road Volunteers
BE4: N / A
FOR: Kent Wildlife TrustWe are looking for volunteers to help out with the exciting ‘Making a Buzz for the Coast’ project in The Swale. The Making a Buzz for the Coast project is an ambitious project led by the Bumblebee Conservation Trust in partnership with Kent Wildlife Trust. We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help us with our Bee Road work, helping to conserve rare bumblebees and other pollinators in the Swale. We have a number of different volunteer roles, including wardens on sites and wildlife monitoring. ASK: More information: https://c-js.co.uk/30ukeqj
JOB: Conservation volunteer
BE4: N / A
LOC: West Dunbartonshire*
FOR: West Dunbartonshire CouncilWe are looking for more volunteers to join us on our practical conservation workdays (weekly) and our wildlife surveys (3 a month June - September across the 3 sites) *Balloch Castle Country Park, the Saltings LNR, Brucehill Cliffs pLNR. Around 5 hours commitment per week. Benefits: lunch / refreshments / travel reimbursement / PPE / on job training. No particular training necessary, just a willingness to join in and learn on the job. All dates and locations are published on our website and there is an online booking form there. We are also looking for people willing to help with data input so we can update our biological records and contribute to the local records centre. ASK: https://c-js.co.uk/2HZazjX
JOB: Voluntary River Steward
PAY: Training / reasonable travel expenses
FOR: River Stewardship Company2 or 3 days per week for a continuous 9 month period. The Voluntary River Steward will assist the RSC Landscape team to deliver a variety of waterway maintenance tasks and habitat improvements on Yorkshire’s waterways. The successful post holder will gain experience in tasks including: felling, coppicing and pollarding trees; planting trees, shrubs and other flora; habitat creation such as the erection of kingfisher perches and otter holts; invasive species control and litter and debris management within the river channel, banks and riverside footpaths. There will also be an opportunity to assist in the delivery of a variety of community engagement activities, such as running practical volunteer days. ASK: Contact Sarah Emberson firstname.lastname@example.org
JOB: Practical Conservation Volunteers
BE4: N / A
LOC: Across Worcestershire
PAY: Learn new skills
FOR: Worcestershire Wildlife TrustVolunteers are the lifeblood of our organisation, carrying out thousands of hours of practical conservation across our reserves each year. We have volunteer work parties based on reserves all across Worcestershire - joining your local volunteer group is a great way to meet new people, get fit (and stay fit!) and get closer to the wildlife that's local to you. Learn new skills alongside our experienced team. Time commitment is variable – you decide. From woodlands to wetlands, from gentle tasks to a full 'wild work-out', there is something for everyone. ASK: Why not visit our website to find out more about the opportunities local to you: https://c-js.co.uk/2Lx8F9N or contact Helen Dorey, Conservation Assistant & Volunteer Coordinator email@example.com or 01905 754919.
JOB: Conservation Ranger
LOC: Staunton Country Park, Havant
PAY: Parking, refreshments, training
FOR: Hampshire County CouncilThis role will work alongside other volunteers and Staunton Country Park Ranger staff to carry out a wide variety of conservation tasks. This is an exciting time for Staunton Country Park, which has been awarded a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant to restore Staunton’s Regency heritage, enhance community facilities for visitors and to increase our volunteer offer. Dependent on the seasons, conservation tasks could include; clearing overgrowing vegetation over paths or fence lines, installing and maintaining gates, fences, signs and benches, coppicing, scrub management, wildlife surveying /monitoring and keeping the park tidy and litter free. No specific skills are needed for this role, although, as most of the work is based outdoors, an interest in the countryside and a willingness to volunteer in all weathers is desirable. A basic level of fitness is needed, as conservation tasks require physical activity on uneven terrain. Volunteers must be able to follow instructions and comply with our health and safety procedures. Flexible time commitment. ASK: Email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
JOB: Surrey Countryside Partnerships Voluntary Internships
LOC: Based at Caterham (Downlands) & / or Epsom (Lower Mole)*
FOR: Surrey Countryside Partnerships (Hosted By Surrey County Council)Gain a wide range of practical conservation experience working to maintain/restore a diverse range of habitats, in particular rare chalk grassland & woodlands. Principally weekdays; we are flexible on duration/days of week. You would be joining in on scheduled task days, gaining essential on-the-job experience learning about targeted countryside/rare habitat management practices; helping to prepare for tasks, carpentry & opportunities to work with our Downlands Partnership grazing service; some formal training (brushcutters etc.) could also be made available. We work closely with volunteers of all ages, plus school & corporate groups so excellent communication skills are required & you need to be able to work confidently as part of a small busy team. Physically demanding at times and involves working outdoors in all weathers. Full clean driving licence and access to a vehicle essential. An ideal first internship during / post countryside management studies. *but required to work across partnerships' area (principally North / NE Surrey and in to Croydon, Sutton, Kingston). ASK: Please email your interest and CV to: email@example.com. Find out more: https://c-js.co.uk/2wttDTU.
JOB: BogLIFE Project Voluntary Warden
LOC: Fenn’s, Whixall & Bettisfield Mosses NNR, & NNR Base (N Shropshire)
PAY: Travel expenses / Training
FOR: Marches Mosses Boglife ProjectA great opportunity to assist with the restoration of Britain’s 3rd largest lowland raised peat bog as part of the Marches Mosses BogLIFE Project. The National Nature Reserve is 690ha & straddles the English / Welsh border, 4 miles from Whitchurch, Shropshire & 10 miles from Wrexham. Role is varied & can include practical estate & habitat management tasks, surveying / monitoring, assisting with events / guided walks & office projects. Protective clothing & some formal courses & in-house training provided. Suitable for a student looking for a work placement or someone wanting to gain further experience in the conservation sector. Applicants must be reliable & enthusiastic, have a keen interest in wildlife & conservation and be physically fit & prepared to work outdoors. ASK: Apply to Steve Dobbin, Reserve Manager and Volunteer Adviser; firstname.lastname@example.org, 01948 880362
JOB: Conservation Volunteer
LOC: Grangemouth (covering East Central Scotland)
FOR: Scottish Wildlife TrustAny day Monday to Thursday. You are free to choose your commitment but if you volunteer, you must be available for a full day. A varied range of outdoor practical tasks on our nature reserves such as grassland, woodland & peat bog management. Travel from Grangemouth to the work sites & back is provided. You should be interested in the environment & in carrying out physical work outdoors sometimes in poor weather. Willing to work as part of a team. ASK: Information from email@example.com
JOB: Our Past, Our Future Volunteer
BE4: N / A
LOC: New Forest National Park
PAY: Travel expenses
FOR: New Forest National Park AuthorityThe Our Past, Our Future Landscape Partnership Scheme volunteers can take part in archaeological digs, botanical surveys, digitising historical documents, recording the history of commoning, clearing invasive plants, surveying historic routes & much more. The range of activities are supported by 11 different partners to inspire a new generation to champion & care for the New Forest. Volunteers can give as much time as they would like. No previous experience or qualifications required, just a desire & passion to learn about, improve & enjoy the New Forest National Park. ASK: Contact Richard Austin, firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
JOB: Conservation Volunteer
LOC: Plymouth & Surrounding Area
FOR: Plymouth Environmental Action (PEA)We carry out a variety of projects including: tree planting; beach cleans; species & habitat surveys; wildlife pond creation; hedgelaying; invasive plant species management (e.g. rhododendron, parrotfeather, Himalayan balsam etc.); coppicing (a traditional woodland management technique); dry stone walling, to name but a few! Events each weekend, but no requirement to commit to a certain number of days. You will gain valuable nature conservation skills in countryside management, such as how to create & restore important habitats for wildlife & people. You will also gain other key skills such as communication, team working & leadership. If you are really keen you may want to progress to become a Volunteer Project Officer (VPO) & get more involved ‘behind the scenes’ planning & leading practical projects & social events. You don’t need to have any skills, experience or abilities to join as a volunteer; all you need is a love of the outdoors & be a good team player. ASK: Find out more from Chris Bond, email@example.com https://www.pea-volunteering.co.uk
JOB: Dragonfly Recorder
BE4: N / A
FOR: British Dragonfly SocietyThe British Dragonfly Society (BDS) needs your help in protecting Britain’s dragonflies. Join the DragonflyWatch and record dragonflies at your local wetland sites. Your records will help the BDS monitor the health of dragonfly populations across the county, identifying important sites, and influencing conservation action. Beginners are always welcome and advice, and support, is available to those who need it. BDS recorders are also encouraged to pursue other volunteering activities for dragonflies, depending on their personal interests, including fundraising, engagement, research, and practical habitat management. ASK: Visit https://www.british-dragonflies.org.uk/content/get-involved
JOB: Practical Volunteer
BE4: N / A
LOC: Across Penwith, Cornwall
PAY: Travel expenses & training available
FOR: Cornwall Wildlife TrustCome & learn more about the work we do across Penwith in practical conservation, archaeology, ecology improving public access & farming practices. We are running volunteer sessions to clear vegetation to uncover some of Penwith’s archaeological treasures, restore Cornish hedges & improve access along trails connecting ancient sites. We need people who are willing to roll up their sleeves & get stuck in, embrace learning new skills & enjoy working outside in all weathers. The sessions are fascinating days out with friendly people - a great way to boost your health & wellbeing. Bring sturdy footwear, lunch & waterproof / outdoor clothing. All training, tools, equipment & refreshments (tea / coffee & biscuits!) provided. Other volunteering opportunities are available for a range of different tasks. ASK: For more information and to register contact Holly on firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://www.penwithlandscape.com.
JOB: Hounslow Heath Conservation Volunteer
BE4: N / A
LOC: Hounslow, Middlesex
PAY: Local tool box talk training
FOR: Lampton Greenspace 3601 day per week min. Various volunteer roles available including work with grazing herds (cattle / goats / sheep), survey work (adders / birds / butterfly / moth), and practical habitat management across a number of countryside sites within Hounslow. ASK: Contact the Rangers at email@example.com
JOB: Volunteer Ranger
BE4: N / A
LOC: Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire
FOR: Hampshire County CouncilHampshire Countryside Service are looking for volunteers to help maintain and improve four of our sites around Bishop's Waltham. These sites are: Claylands, The Moors, Dundridge Meadows and the Rail Path; each covering a variety of different habitats to manage. Our tasks run twice a month, on a Tuesday, from September to March and once a month through the rest of the year. Tasks begin at 10:30am and run until about 3pm. This is a great opportunity to gain valuable experience in conservation work and to meet like-minded people. The work can vary from scrub control to infrastructure repairs and surveys. Tea/coffee and biscuits are provided free of charge, as are all tools and equipment. ASK: If you are interested, please contact the Central Sites Team on: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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