Nature Education Volunteer

Nature Education volunteers work alongside our Education Officer, helping run fun, interactive activities for school children, families, and the local community.


What’s involved?

We run a programme of nature education activities via the “Beelines” project, working with schools, young people’s organisations and the public to teach children and young people about the natural world.

As a Nature Education Volunteer you can:

Help to teach children and young people about the natural world

This is a hands-on role, helping children and young people to take part in activities such as arts and crafts, bug hunts, and practical conservation tasks like bulb-planting and seed-sowing.

Act as the public face of Pets’ Corner

We want everyone to enjoy our parks, and part of this role is to be a friendly face for the general public, answering questions that they might have.

Learn about nature and our relationship with it – as you pass that knowledge on to the next generation.

Who would this role suit?

We are looking for people who are:

Happy to work hard as part of a team.

Passionate about nature and able to pass that enthusiasm on.

Happy to work with children and young people.

People in this role would be expected to undertake a basic level Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.