September 2021 Update
Thank you to all of our volunteers for your patience and support over the last 18 months. We really appreciate your help and support with the changes in the way we volunteer now and during the pandemic.
Going forward we will continue to implement safe systems of work, which ensure social distancing and additional hygiene measures are maintained. We know that many of our volunteers have had their vaccine but we must ensure that we continue to operate COVID-19 safe systems of working in order to continue to keep everyone safe.
All of our volunteer opportunities are now open and we are processing volunteer enquiries again. This means that we are welcoming both new and longstanding volunteers back.
Please continue to use the nature 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.
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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Or for an informal chat about any of our volunteering role you may be interested in contact us on email@example.com / 024 7630 2912.
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How volunteering changed my life... I was made to feel welcome from the beginning, the others volunteers were friendly and talkative. I remember that day that the thing which surprised me the most was the fact that only five minutes walk from the busy city centre was a haven for wildlife.