Role and Opportunity Details (to apply for this role you must be 16+)
Nature conservation at Bickershaw Country Park
Bickershaw Country Park gets its name from the former coal mine which occupied the site. Since the closure of the mine, nature has re-colonised, and created wonderful areas for plants and animals. We need people to help us maintain the ideal environment for local wildlife.
This is a varied role which involves being outdoors in all weathers!
- Spring/Summer jobs include wildlife surveying and making habitat improvements.
- Autumn/Winter jobs include – tree planting and vegetation removal. Old clothing and sturdy boots required.
Specific Skills Required
Training is given for practical tasks but the ability to work outdoors in all weathers is a must.
Benefits of Volunteering with this organisation
Volunteering with Lancashire Wildlife Trust is a chance to –
- Meet new people
- Improve your wellbeing.
- Make a positive difference to the wildlife on your doorstep.
We value our volunteers and without them we simply couldn’t deliver the valuable work we do.
Level of commitment required
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunity
Date(s) / Time(s) Required
Ideally one day per week on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday
Volunteer Opportunity Number
VO10311 (please make a note of this ‘VO’ number if applying for this role).