Join a network of like-minded people helping to protect Surrey’s wildlife and countryside.
Whether you can spare a few hours or a full day, volunteering is a chance to make a real difference to local wildlife, while learning useful skills, making new friends and increasing your knowledge of wildlife conservation. The time you give makes a huge difference.
Trust wins National Lottery support to engage younger people in Hedgerow Heritage project
Thousand year old mosaic landscape in North Downs to benefit from revival in traditional hedgerow skills
Surrey Wildlife Trust’s outstanding volunteers win Queen’s Award
More than 1,000 volunteers receive recognition for wildlife conservation across Surrey during Volunteers Week 1-7 June
BUPA boosts wildlife health in Surrey
Planting trees, building fences and creating wildlife habitat – office workers rolled up their sleeves and got stuck into a special ‘…