Conservation Work Parties - Cambridgeshire
*Please note: all work parties are currently on hold due to the Covid-19 pandemic.*
Work parties take place on many of our nature reserves, as well as other sites across Cambridgeshire. They are a great way to get hands-on to help wildlife in your local area, and help us to achieve a #WilderFuture where nature and people can thrive.
Generally no skills are needed as training and tools are provided. You will need to wear suitable outdoor clothing and footwear and bring something to eat and drink. Please contact the task leader of the work party you are interested in before attending, as they can provide you with directions and other details.
The first work parties listed for each county are run regularly by Trust staff and usually have capacity for new volunteers. The smaller, reserve-based work parties are more informal and infrequent.
Check out the list below for what is happening near you and for who to contact.
Cambridge Midweek Conservation Group
Trumpington Meadows Conservation Group
Peterborough Midweek Team
Peterborough Conservation Volunteers
Monthly Sundays, contact Voluntary Warden George Cottam on 01480 450809
Doghouse Grove, Wilburton
One Sunday a month from October to March,
Contact Voluntary Warden Peter Pilbeam on 01954 251544
Fleam Dyke and Roman Road
Occasional Sundays, contact Voluntary Warden Martin Baker on 01487 831994
Lower Wood, Weston Colville
Last Saturday of the month Sept-March.
Contact Voluntary Warden Duncan Mackay on 01223 517000
Norwood Road, March
Occasional Sundays, contact Voluntary Warden Martin Baker, 01487 831994
Occasional Sundays, contact Voluntary Warden Martin Baker 01487 831994
Waresley and Gransden Woods
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