Conservation volunteering

Volunteer

Conservation volunteering

Katrina Martin / 2020VISION

Get hands on for wildlife

If you like working outdoors, or would like to give it a try, why not come along to one of our conservation work parties?

These take place on our nature reserves every week throughout the year. It’s a great way to get involved with practical conservation work, whilst enjoying the company of other people. 

Become a volunteer

About conservation volunteering days

Our work days usually run from 10 a.m. until late afternoon but you can come along for the whole day or just for a couple of hours. All help is greatly appreciated and no experience is required. Our staff are always on hand to provide tools, training and support. All you need are old clothes (appropriate for the weather); work boots or wellies and a packed lunch.

Volunteer work parties are a great way to meet a wide variety of people who share similar interests
Jane Saunders, Volunteer

Specific projects

As well as our regular volunteering opportunities, you can also get more involved in specific projects within the Trust. Below are some examples:

Wrexham Industrial Estate Living Landscape

Volunteer tree planting on the Wrexham Industrial Estate Living Landscape

Wild About Mold

Alun and Chwiler Living Landscape guided walk

Our River Wellbeing

Pike_Linda Pitkin

Volunteer enquiries

Katy Haines, Volunteer Development Officer
Email katy.haines@northwaleswildlifetrust.org.uk
Call 01248 351 541