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Volunteer Vacancies for 2018

With lots of project plans for the next few years we are hoping to find more volunteers to help take the charity's work forward so we would love to hear from you!  If any of the roles listed are of interest please contact Charlotte Daniel at (email link - please click) or 01394 382992 to discuss.

VOLUNTEER MANAGER: We are seeking a motivated and enthusiastic individual who enjoys a rewarding challenge!  This role includes promoting the volunteering opportunities at the wildlife site, corresponding with existing volunteers, working with a team of volunteers to organise fundraising stalls and small events, arranging an annual social event for volunteers.  Contributions to social media and news updates.  Sharing updates with staff and keeping the volunteer team informed.   This role involves a commitment of one day a month, or more if this is possible.

VOLUNTEER WILDLIFE SITE GUIDES: We are seeking an enthusiastic individual to engage with visitors and lead guided walks at the wildlife site.  Guide sheets are provided for volunteers to learn about the species and habitats at the wildlife site. We ask for a commitment to lead at least two guided walks each year.

EVENTS VOLUNTEERS: Manning fundraising stalls at local events while promoting the wildlife site and its activities.  Assisting with event preparations and helping at events at the wildlife site.  We ask for a commitment to help with at least two events in a year.

CONSERVATION VOLUNTEERS: We have occasional volunteer days which involve helping to clear nature trails or weed management in the meadows (as an organic site, we control some of the more invasive 'weeds' by hand or by topping).  Projects may also include maintaining nature trail items including signs, benches and sculptures and walking the nature trails to check and manage accessibility.

VOLUNTEER WILDLIFE RECORDERS: For surveys (butterflies, moths, dragonflies, bats, birds, flora, small mammals, terrestrial invertebrates, freshwater invertebrates, fungi and lichens). 

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