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Become a Volunteer
Voluntary work is rewarding and all help is welcome, whether you can spare a few hours or a full day. As well as conservation volunteers, we need people to help with general office work and to support staff at our educational department.
Conservation VolunteersConservation volunteers make a vital contribution to our work providing us with invaluable help and support by carrying out a wide variety of practical tasks.
- Whether you want to learn some traditional countryside skills, like coppicing, hedge laying and fencing, or just want to get out in the fresh air and burn up some energy through scrub clearance or path maintenance, our practical conservation programme offers something for everyone.
- Conservation work is both interesting and varied, but most of all it will help create a better environment for the wildlife of Surrey.
- Suitable for almost everybody, the programme provides a great opportunity to develop new skills, make new friends and learn about the countryside.
- The emphasis is on going out in the fresh air and getting the job done. We have found that this work appeals to people studying for a professional environmental qualification looking to gain experience. However, everyone is welcome to join us, from the newly retired (with time to spare) to residents wanting to be involved with looking after their local environment.
- All conservation work parties are listed in the What's On section.
Interested in volunteering as a field tutor?
Do you have an interest in natural history?
Eager to share your knowledge with future generations?
Then why not join Surrey Wildlife Trust's Education Service promoting natural history on our education nature reserves in support of the national curriculum as part of the out-of-classroom learning experience.
We are always in need of helpers at our head offices in Pirbright. Volunteers at our offices provide invaluable help with everything from general office duties and database updating to delivering leaflets and building maintenance.
No experience is needed but we are always keen to hear from anyone with specialist skills in areas such as marketing, journalism, planning or the environment. We also require people to attend events and shows during the summer months to help our staff promote the Wildlife Trust.
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Where and When
For more information on volunteering and conservation work parties contact:
Volunteer Development Officer
T: 01483 795464