Based on current Government advice on Covid19 and for the safety of our volunteers, all Trust volunteer activities up to 31 August have been cancelled. We look forward to welcoming volunteers back in a few months’ time! New volunteers are still welcome to register and will be contacted when normal service resumes
A team building day with a difference
Our Corporate Challenge Days (CCDs) are available from the beginning of September to the end of February and offer a rewarding outdoor experience that benefits wildlife in Surrey.
Corporate Challenge Days are great for helping improve motivation and team building skills, enhancing staff performance, morale and retention.
Research shows that this kind of activity is also beneficial for both physical and mental well-being.
No experience necessary!
We provide all tools, training and Health & Safety expertise, so all you have to do is turn up and have fun.
About Corporate Challenge Days
✓ A range of practical conservation activities for groups of all sizes and abilities.
|✓ Equipment and materials necessary for the task.|
|✓ Full training and on-site briefing for the day’s task by our expert staff.|
|✓ Tea and coffee breaks to keep you going throughout the day.|
|✓ The opportunity to come back in spring for a guided walk to see the effects of your work.|
Non-corporate partners (groups of up to 49)
|£50 per person (minimum payment £550) +VAT|
|Non-corporate partners (groups of 50+)||£40 per person +VAT|
|Bronze corporate partners||£45 per person (minimum payment £450) +VAT|
|Silver corporate partners||£40 per person (minimum payment £400) +VAT|
|Gold corporate partners||£35 per person (minimum payment £350) +VAT|
Don't have a budget?
If your team doesn't have a budget, why not consider fundraising to cover the costs of participating through a fundraising event or sponsored activity? For smaller business teams (up to 5 staff) with no budget it's also possible to participate in a basic volunteering day.
Corporate Challenge Day Enquiries
Call: 01483 795464
I very much enjoyed helping to clear the trees to develop the lowland heathland. Would love to go back and have another go, and see how it's doing.Siemens