Regular Volunteer Days

Everyone is welcome to join us for volunteer events throughout the year – building your skills, helping maintain the varied habitats and rich biodiversity at Denmark Farm Conservation Centre and providing an opportunity for you to enjoy our unique 40 acre nature reserve, meet like-minded people and make a positive difference.

UPCOMING DATES for 2017:

Saturday 22nd July

Saturday 19th August

Saturday 9th September

Please contact: 01570 493358 / volunteer@denmarkfarm.org.uk

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All our volunteering days are supervised by our Activity Leader.

Tasks vary according to season and may include woodland management, wildlife gardening, pruning shrubs & trees, checking bird and dormouse boxes, maintaining paths & boardwalks – and various other jobs around the 40 acre site.

Volunteer days tend to start at 10am and finish around 4pm (unless stated otherwise), though you are welcome to join us for half a day if you are pressed for time!

Details subject to change so please phone or email first to check.

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Don’t worry if you haven’t any previous experience as we’ll provide all the guidance and tools you need.

Please bring outdoor clothing and packed lunch. Drinks and cake are provided. Lift shares can be arranged on request.

Other volunteering opportunities are sometimes available depending on your skills. Please get in touch if you are interested.

 

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