Volunteering in Shropshire
Volunteering is a great way to get outdoors, stay healthy and meet like minded people - as well as learning new skills that could lead to a career in conservation! You will also have the satisfaction of contributing to the preservation and conservation of your local environment.
You don’t need lots of experience! We have practical volunteering opportunities at all levels, usually outdoors on our nature reserves although some of them are office-based, and relevant training is given before you start.
For an informal chat about volunteering with Shropshire Wildlife Trust, contact Diane Monether Volunteer Coordinator - email@example.com or 01743 284296.
Visit this page regularly to see new opportunities!
We are looking for people to help in our visitor services team in Shrewsbury and a volunteer Corporate Biodiversity Assistant (3 days a week for 1 year). For full role descriptions please see the downloads below:
If you are interested in volunteer opportunities, please complete the online enquiry form below and we will contact you within 20 days.
If you are are aged 11-25, you can also get involved with the Growing Confidence project. Click here for more information.
A list of partner conservation organisations offering practical opportunities can be downloaded below as well as our work party programmes - We recruit for practical work parties on nature reserves between September and February.