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Jul 15, 2014
Category: Jobs

We need an enthusiastic Project Manager to lead and manage ‘The Biodiverse Society’, a partnership project between Lancashire Wildlife Trust, Lancashire Environmental Records Network, and Merseyside BioBank, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. 

Jul 15, 2014
Category: Jobs

We need enthusiastic Project Officers to effectively develop and co-ordinate ‘The Biodiverse Society’, a partnership project between Lancashire Wildlife Trust, Lancashire Environmental Records Network, and Merseyside BioBank, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Jun 17, 2014
Category: Ongoing

Are you interested in wildlife and nature ? Do you enjoy meeting new people? This could be the job for you .

We are currently seeking an enthusiastic person with good communication skills to engage the public at pre booked venues such as local events, garden centres , DIY stores , supermarkets , shopping centres and farmers markets promoting the Trusts work and encouraging people to join as members . Experience in sales and fundraising would be an advantage but is not essential as full training will be given. No hard selling is required, and training and support is provided. Access to your own vehicle is essential.

May 28, 2014
Category: Volunteer Opportunities

Our brand new Good to Grow Project at The Hive in Moss Bank Park, Bolton has opportunities for members of the community with a Military background and their families to develop skills in growing produce and make new friends in their local area.

May 7, 2014
Category: Volunteer Opportunities

Our new Outdoor Kitchen Project based at The Hive in Moss Bank Park, Bolton will address local food needs by encouraging healthy eating and providing workshops for people to learn how to cook delicious and nourishing food on a small food budget.  We are offering you the opportunity to help us to host fun and interactive outdoor cooking workshops and food growing sessions or you can put your marketing skills to the test by helping us to promote the project. 

Mar 1, 2014
Category: Volunteer Opportunities

Nature Tots is a weekly activity session delivered by the Lancashire Wildlife Trust at Brockholes Nature Reserve in Preston, “The Hive” at Moss Bank Park in Bolton, The Bolton Environmental Resource Centre and Astley Park in Chorley.  Sessions are designed for young children (aged 15 months – 5 years) and their parents/guardians and involve a variety of activities from nature hunts to story time and natural art. 

Mar 1, 2014
Category: Volunteer Opportunities

As a volunteer for Retail & Visitor Services you will provide a warm welcome for visitors, helping to ensure that their Brockholes experience is a positive one.

Mar 1, 2014
Category: Volunteer Opportunities

The Seasonal Activities Volunteer role is ideal for friendly, outgoing people who want to utilise their creative skills and help visitors – in particular children – enjoy the reserve.

Mar 1, 2014
Category: Volunteer Opportunities

Our food growing volunteers can become involved in a number of tasks, at a variety of locations across the region. The work could involve being part of a team maintaining an established food growing garden, or using your knowledge and experience to help develop new gardens and train new food growers.

Mar 1, 2014
Category: Volunteer Opportunities

The Croall Irwell Local Group are looking for a volunteer who would be able to give up an evening a fortnight to act as Programme Secretary, meeting up with the rest of the group and helping to plan and organise the talks and field trips for each year and to write up the programme using IT skills.

Find out more information here.

To express an interest in this role please click here to complete the volunteer registration form and mention the role title on the 'interest' page. If you are already registered please contact the Volunteering Support Officer on 01772 318374 or e-mail volunteer@lancswt.org.uk

Mar 1, 2014
Category: Volunteer Opportunities

Forest Schools is a unique learning experience that offers children, young people and adults regular opportunities to achieve, and develop confidence and self esteem through hands-on learning experiences in a woodland environment.

Mar 1, 2014
Category: Volunteer Opportunities

The Hive is a food growing project within Moss Bank Park and we are looking for someone who can help in the small shop on site.

Mar 1, 2014
Category: Volunteer Opportunities

The North Lancashire Naturalists Local Group are looking for a volunteer who would be able to give up an evening a fortnight to act as Programme Secretary, meeting up with the rest of the group and helping to plan and organise the talks and field trips for each year and to write up the programme using IT skills.

Find out more information here.

To express an interest in this role please click here to complete the volunteer registration form and mention the role title on the 'interest' page. If you are already registered please contact the Volunteering Support Officer on 01772 318374 or e-mail volunteer@lancswt.org.uk

Mar 1, 2014
Category: Volunteer Opportunities

Our Red Squirrel project based at Seaforth Nature Reserve, Liverpool requires a volunteer with excellent communication skills to help organise and attend events to increase the profile of the project. 

Find out more about volunteering opportunities at Brockholes here.

Details of any vacancies are also available on environmentjob.co.uk

 

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Jul 15, 2014

We need an enthusiastic Project Manager to lead and manage ‘The Biodiverse Society’, a partnership project between Lancashire Wildlife Trust, Lancashire Environmental Records Network, and Merseyside BioBank, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. 

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