Our work

Our ranger team testing a newly installed memorial bench at the Warren © Kaia Kriiva

Our ranger team testing a newly installed memorial bench at the Warren

Coastal grassland conservation

Wildflowers along the coast path

Our rangers look after an extensive network of sites that are rich in wildflowers, grasses and other species. Restoration of the grasslands has taken years of hard work by staff and volunteers and been a great success.

Looking after footpaths

Volunteer is strimming to keep the paths clear

To help you explore South East Cornwall we look after over 30 miles of footpaths along the coast and countryside. Work goes on all year round clearing vegetation and maintaining the steps, bridges and gates.

Community engagement

Funday is a great way to engage with a local community

Our work means that we get involved in many aspects of community life in the area, from hosting scout camps to helping out with school activities and putting on events such as our annual family funday.

Volunteering

Our volunteers get involved in a wide range of activities

Our volunteers get involved in a wide range of activities

If you'd like to get involved with the ranger team in South East Cornwall please send us an email. At certain times of year we also have opportunities for people looking for work experience through our internships and summer placements programme.

Real experiences

We have volunteers helping out on open days for the Gribbin Daymark, doing dormouse surveys and even taking photos of the area and the work we do. Volunteering is a great way to learn new skills while having a good time.

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