Would you like to do something for our local wildlife?
Would you like to work in a team and get to know new people?
Would you like to enhance your CV with suitable experience?
We have over 250 committed and enthusiastic volunteers who are involved in every aspect of the Trust and without whom we could not survive.
Why not join us?
Practical Reserve Work | Survey/Monitoring Work | Marine Awareness | Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities | Tailor made opportunities to get involved | Apply to become a volunteer | Under 16? | Already Volunteering?
For further details, please contact the Bangor office on 01248-351541 or e-mail:email@example.com
Regular work parties are held on our nature reserves, managing species and habitats and maintaining access for visitors.
We have three main work parties:
On reserves in north Conwy, north Gwynedd and Anglesey - meeting regularly on Wednesday and occasionally on Thursday
On reserves on Anglesey and in the Bangor area - meeting regularly on Tuesday and occasionally on Thursday
On reserves in North East Wales (Denbighshire, Flintshire & Wrexham) - meeting on Tuesday and Friday
We also have these special nature reserve projects running at the moment!
At Marford Quarry get involved in the Green Horizons Project, take part to the volunteer tasks each Wednesday! Opportunities to get involved in all aspects of the project, from practical work on reserves, education and also organising events!
At Spinnies Aberogwen help maintain this bird-haven site! NWWT Arfon branch has a monthly work party on the reserve, normally on the first Friday.
At Gwaith Powdwr nr. Porthmadog **BOMBASTIC** Join keen volunteers at Friends of Gwaith Powdwr, meeting regularly on Wednesday to help maintain and develop this ex-gunpowder works site.
Marine Awareness was established in 2001 by a group of enthusiastic volunteers who wanted to spread the word about the wonders of the marine environment and the importance of its conservation. Today, the majority of our work throughout North Wales is achieved by dedicated volunteers.
Why not join us to conserve North Wales’ marine life and become a Marine Awareness volunteer?
Relief Receptionists / Editor Assistant / Events Assistant / Assistant Publicity Officer / Filing Assistant / Sales Assistant
Office Assistant / Assistant Conservation Officer
Summer Tern Volunteer Wardens
For further information, download the Cemlyn Summer Volunteer Wardens leaflet
The first stage is to complete the volunteer application form & return it to us at the Bangor Office (address at bottom of page) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can download the form here.