Practical conservation volunteers meet weekly to carry out a wide range of tasks on our reserves throughout the Sherwood Forest Area. As a volunteer you will be working as part of a fantastic…
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Volunteering and coronavirus
Unfortunately due to COVID-19 volunteering at Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is on a temporary hiatus.
Should you be interested in volunteering for the project then please apply, and we will be in touch with how you can get involved. Thank you for you interest in helping us with our work, we aim get volunteering up and running again as soon as it's safe to do so.
However, during this time of social distancing our partnership project in Sherwood Forest, Miner 2 Major would very much still like you to register your interest as a volunteer and get involved with the project. By nature, we are a practical volunteer group, but during this time and until we resume regular services, we would like to offer an online group presence for discussing our reserves and the project. We will use this opportunity as a platform to share any training and ideas too! This is so we can hit the ground running post COVID-19.
In the meantime read our tips for staying connected with wildlife at home
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