Volunteering

Want to get involved and make a difference to your local greenspace? Perhaps you are an individual, school, business or community group who would like to participate in community action? Then why not become a volunteer? Volunteering provides an opportunity to exercise in the fresh air and learn new skills with on the-job training.

Volunteers play an important role in the management of Cambridge’s Local Nature Reserves and there are a number of ways you can get involved.

Things you need to know

  • All ages are welcome (Children must be accompanied by an adult)
  • Wear old clothes, strong shoes and bring waterproofs
  • All tools and necessary training are provided
  • Don’t forget your tetanus jab
  • Bring a packed lunch
  • And most importantly of all….tea and biscuits are provided!

Weekly Thursday and monthly Saturday Conservation group:

These teams carry out a variety of practical tasks and assist with the manangement work of the city’s nature reserves. If you would like to get involved please sign up to our register. You will then be contacted to see if you are available to assist with this enjoyable, important work. To apply please contact:

01223 457000
parks@cambridge.gov.uk

Weekly Tuesday Conservation group:

Working in partnership with the City Greenways Project Officer Iain Webb, a variety of tasks are carried out on a number of sites across the city including LNR’s and green corridors.

Contact Iain Webb (City Greenways Project Officer)
Iain.webb@wildlifebcn.org
01954 713500

Or contact parks@cambridge.gov.uk
01223 457000