Gang up in North Pembrokeshire

Firewatch © Nicky Middleton-Jones

Firewatch

Come and join us to help care for the North Pembrokeshire coast. Work with great people in amazing places. Join us for one day a week.

The tasks

Hedgerow restoration, path creation, traditional Pembrokeshire hedge banking, tree planting and fencing - these are just a few of the different tasks that volunteers get involved in with the rangers in North and Mid-Pembrokeshire.

Be a weekly volunteer

Every Thursday our team of volunteer conservation assistants meet at one of our places to get stuck into some outdoor practical work. Come rain or shine volunteers arrive with a packed lunch, and the rangers are armed with a supply of hand tools for the job.

Work and make friends

Volunteering can be a great way to see the hidden gems of the Pembrokeshire countryside that often go unseen. Socialising and making friends are all part of the fun, not forgetting what you can learn from the rangers. You can:

  • Complete a task in a traditional way
  • Discover the history and biodiversity of the area
  • Understand how to use tools safely

What's in store for 2013?

Here are just a few of the tasks that are underway or planned this year:

Gathering and moving our Welsh Mountain ponies, building a livestock pens, boundary fence repairs on the St David's Commons, footpath creation work on the Southwood estate and heathland restoration on the St David's peninsula coast.

If you'd like to get involved or are interested in what we do please contact our North Pembrokeshire office on 01348 837860 or find us on Facebook.