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Volunteering with the Friends of Devil's Dyke

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Meet Amy - Specialist volunteer

 © Catherine Cragg

A typical day starts with a quick catch up with tea before we head out into the field. I am using GPS to create informative maps using GIS software.

Meet Joc - Education volunteer

 © Jenna Addison

I was invited along to an education planning meeting and before I knew it I had been asked to dress up as a gypsy fortune teller and asked to co-ordinate a Girl Guide trip.

Meet Jenna - Practical volunteer

 © Catherine Cragg

I had a chance to take a 6-month sabbatical - this is where I chose. There isn’t a typical day, I could be making bonfires, cutting trees, hedge laying or dressing as a Victorian.

Situations vacant: Tour guide leaders

This winter we are looking to develop a new team of tour guides who can show our visitors around Saddlescombe Farm.

Read our latest newsletter

For the latest news of our tasks, events and guided walks here at Devil's Dyke and Saddlescombe, read our Friends of Devil's Dyke newsletter: Up on the Downs.

Where the Friends of Devil's Dyke work

 © Simon Roulstone

Friends of Devil's Dyke (FODD) help look after over 2,000 acres of glorious downland, woodland and farmland. Without them the Devil's Dyke estate and people's enjoyment of it would be a lot poorer. FODD can be found working at Devil's Dyke, Saddlescombe Farm and Newtimber Hill, Fulking Escarpment, Wolstonbury Hill and Southwick Hill. Why not join them?

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