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Volunteers make rugs the traditional way at Kinver Edge

Volunteers make rugs the traditional way at Kinver Edge

Volunteering at Kinver Edge

Volunteers make an invaluable contribution to our conservation work at Kinver Edge and the Rock Houses. Whether you want to get your hands dirty in the outdoors, teach our visitors about the fascinating history of these homes carved into the rock, or help to run great events, there are lots of ways that you can join in.

 

Our volunteer roles

Countryside conservation

Clearing the heathland to provide a home for rare species 

We are restoring rare heathland habitat on Kinver Edge to provide a home for species such as adders and common lizards. Join our Wednesday volunteer groups to clear the encroaching scrub, monitor widlife, and much more.

Room guides

A tour guide toasts bread in a cosy fire in the Rock Houses 

Volunteers bring the Rock Houses to life. You will teach visitors about the history of these quirky homes, and show them around the restored rooms. If you enjoy working with people, and can offer a warm welcome, then please get in touch.

Learning and events

Time travel in the Rock Houses © Laura Broadhurst

Fancy making rugs the traditional way? Are you briliant at bug-hunting? There's nothing like a great day out, and we need Events Assistants to make them happen. With plenty of school visits, there's opportunities to work with young people too.

Keen to get started?

Time for tea in the unique setting of the Rock House Tea Rooms

If you're ready to join in, please get in touch with Laura Broadhurst, the Engagement Manager for Kinver Edge, by email or by calling 01562 712 822.

 

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