Can you provide a friendly face, a cheerful greeting and a willingness to help people get the most from their visit at Mere Sands Wood?
If you would like to Volunteer with the Trust, we have a wide range of opportunities, ranging from practical conservation to helping to inspire children about nature!
To find out about the best opportunities for you, or to register as a volunteer, just visit this link. We also have a range of roles at our Brockholes nature reserve. You can find more out about volunteering at Brockholes by clicking here.
You can view a snapshot of some specific roles we are looking to fill is below...
Our Red Squirrel Project needs your help! There are various roles available for those who can help us monitor, fundraise and more.
The Lancashire Wildlife Trust is looking for volunteers to help deliver its conservation efforts on peatland sites by taking part in practical tasks.
Myplace is an exciting project that works with people who have physical or mental health issues and/or are experiencing long-term unemployment. Participants are supported in their recovery and/or…
Can you help to support us on land agency matters?
Do you have experience of working with young people, using hand tools and outdoor practical work? We'd love you to assist on our Woodland Oasis Dirtworks group!
Our Visitor Engagement Volunteer Team are based in the Welcome Centre on our floating Visitor Village and have an essential role to play in providing a warm welcome to all our visitors.
Volunteer Rangers are our eyes and ears out on the reserve. This role involves patrolling the nature reserve and carrying out daily checks as well as being on hand to assist in emergencies or out…
Could you help families with younger children to experience the outdoors and explore The HIVE through fun engagement activities?
Our Woodland Oasis Project, funded by Young Lancashire, is a three-year project, in which we are developing three woodland sites in Lancashire.