COVID-19 update as of 21.07.20
Update: 5th November 2020
Unfortunately, we will not be taking on any new volunteers now, until 2021, when we will review our volunteering needs and requirements.
England moved into a national lockdown today, Thursday 5th November. We now have government guidance that states under the Work and Volunteering section “You can leave home for work purposes, or to provide voluntary or charitable services, where you cannot do this from home.” More information on the restrictions and guidance can be found here.
This means, that at present, volunteering and practical management work with volunteers can continue at the Trust. Of course continued adherence to the controls put in place to keep staff and volunteers safe in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic is essential. The work undertaken at this time of year cannot be achieved at other times so we wish to continue as and where we can safely.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of our valued volunteers for their time, support and patience. Things are different for our volunteering activities but we very much enjoy seeing you all when we can. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding, as we all take on board and incorporate the health and safety measures.
Please continue to use the reserves and green spaces on your doorsteps and keep in contact with us via our social media pages and newsletter, Nature News, which you can sign up to here on our homepage.
Volunteer with us - we need your help! You don’t have to be an expert or have experience, you just need lots of enthusiasm.
With over 500 active volunteers, volunteering is a key part of everything we do here at Warwickshire Wildlife Trust. Each role contributes to protecting and enhancing wildlife, natural habitats and geology throughout Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull. Volunteers work in many different roles, helping us to deliver a wide range of environmental services. We’re looking for volunteers to support a number of our projects, so if you’ve got some time to give we’d love to hear from you!
Unfortunately most of our nature reserves and offices are not on public transport routes which means most volunteers do need their own transport.
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