Volunteer for wildlife

Like many other things, all our volunteering activities and opportunities have been impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic. We’re very pleased to announce that after a few months of no activities at all, we’re now able once again to welcome some volunteers.

Although this is great news and we’re very excited, it is still vital that we follow all government guidelines to keep everyone as safe as possible. This means that currently we have fewer volunteering opportunities than we have had before and groups will be smaller.

We are really sorry that we can’t have as many of you out volunteering with us as usual, but we still need your help and there are lots of practical things you can do to help nature in the meantime on our get involved page.

Thank you for your understanding and patience at this time.

Get Involved

Volunteer for wildlife

(c) Tom Marshall

Get involved!

Give an hour, give a day, give something back to nature

Very simply, we couldn’t do what we do without volunteers. As a volunteer you will be joining a network of over 350 like-minded people, who give anything from a few hours to a few days each year to our projects across Cheshire. Volunteers help with everything from answering the telephone with a friendly voice, to putting in the hard yards on our nature reserves.

Being a volunteer with us is a rewarding experience, that's why our volunteers keep coming back. We offer you a chance to acquire more skills and meet new people. We value our volunteers and whatever amount of time and energy they can give to us.

Please note, unless it is specified on the volunteer opportunity we are unable to accept volunteers under the age of 18.

Engagement volunteer with child

(c) Tom Marshall

Engagement volunteering

Inspire a love of wildlife

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Volunteer burning rhodedendron

(c) Katie Greenwood

Conservation volunteering

Conservation volunteering in the wild 

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Volunteer enquiries

Email volunteering@cheshirewt.org.uk

Call 01948 820728

In these challenging times our work will still continue to defend local wildlife

We can’t do this without your support so please donate what you can.