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Volunteering in the Park

Why Volunteer?

  • Learn new skills
  • Meet new people
  • Helping to keep you fit and healthy
  • Conserving the park for future generations
  • Improve your CV
  • Make a difference to your local park

Types of Volunteering Available

What is Involved?

Volunteers working hard in the park

You can commit to as much or as little time as you like, we have volunteers who we see once a year and those we see more than once a week. Whatever your commitment we really value your help.

Volunteers taking a break for a photo

Conservation volunteer task days run on the first Thursday of every month, and tasks vary from coppicing in the winter to mowing, raking and planting in the summer.

No experience is necessary, and all tools and personal protective equipment is provided. Free tea and coffee is provided for all volunteers.

Volunteers working on the board walk

Any tools and training you may need are provided.

For more information please email

Volunteers at the end of a the day
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