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How to volunteer

Whatever your time, whatever your skill, whatever your interest; you can help us and help your local wildlife as a result!

We have a variety of opportunities to get involved! Take a look at the list and click on the links. Choose a specific opportunity and add it to your registration form. 

If you are under 18 you will need to be accompanied by an adult at one of our family friendly volunteering events please get in touch to find out which opportunities you can get involved in.

Role descriptions can be found in the volunteer handbook by clicking here. If you would like a copy of the full handbook please let us know.

Practical Conservation Work Parties

We have a variety of opportunities across the region and on different days, hopefully one on the link below will match your requirements. Groups will be taking part in things like; coppicing trees, pulling invasive plants, raking hay meadows, clearing out ponds, creating footpaths, making fences, hedges and boardwalks. This work is vital for the habitat conservation and wildlife in the area.

Work Party Calendar March - Please click and select one to add to your registration form
Map of our volunteering opportunities

 

Slowing the Flow Volunteer

In partnership with the Environment Agency and supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, South West Peak Partnership Landscape will see our new Slowing the Flow Project where Cheshire, Derbyshire and Staffordshire meet. The project is working to implement a range of natural flood management techniques. Get involved in anything from creating leaky dams, to building temporary water storage areas, to planting woodlands. Help Ashley Deane, the project manager, out by registering to volunteer on the project.

Event Volunteer

We have an active event and training calendar, and we need some support in delivering this. From helping promote the events, to aiding us in the administrative side, to being there on the day to help us run the event. Whether you're good with people, enjoying marketing and promotion, or love getting analytical. If you think you could help let us know!

Gardening Volunteer

Do you fancy helping to create a thriving wildlife friendly garden at Bickley Hall Farm? Why not join our thursday garden club!

Working with Children and Young People

We run learning and environmental education sessions and need volunteers to help inspire and engage with this audience. If you think that is for you maybe you want to become a Forest School Assistant, People and Wildlife Volunteer or Watch Leader.

Office and Administration 

Come and join our team of reception and office volunteers at our headquarters near Malpas. These are vital roles to help the smooth running of the organisation. We need support with event administration and promotion, gerenal admin and even some support with the crafty creation of our educational materials.

Wildlife Surveys

The trust relies upon records and surveys so that we know how best to manage our sites. We currently survey across the county for species like birds, butterflies and dragonflies. We only have the capacity for experienced surveyors at the moment, but you can begin to learn by booking onto one of our training courses. You can then use your new skills to collect valuable data that can be submitted to rECOrd

 

Once you have chosen the specific opportunity, please complete the form below and return to us.

Click here for our induction pack so you can have more information on what to expect.

 

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