Volunteering in North Cornwall

Volunteers helping remove scrub from the North Cornwall coast

If you are interested in volunteering with our ranger teams in North Cornwall you'll find all the information you need here. There can also be opportunities in other areas such as our shops and car parks.

Regrettably we're not currently able to accept new offers to volunteer at this time but please check back as we hope to resume very soon.

There are so many reasons to volunteer with the National Trust. Try your hand at some conservation in action, meet new people and spend a day out in the fresh air. The North Cornwall rangers offer a variety of opportunities to roll up your sleeves and get stuck in. From scrub bashing to beach cleans, we'd love you to join us and help make a real difference.

If you're interested in volunteering in other areas, such as at one of our shops or welcoming visitors at our key coastal places, there may also be opportunities so please do get in touch (contact details below).

Where can I volunteer?

The area covered is much of the coast stretching from Holywell Bay in the south to Morwenstow near the Devon border.

Do I need to have done something like this before?

No experience is necessary and you can volunteer on a regular basis or at one-off events.

What sort of things do you offer?

Coastal volunteering opportunities might include:

  •    Scrub bashing
  •    Beach cleans
  •    Foot path repair
  •    Reed bed management
  •    Ragwort control
  •    Grassland habitat management

When are the volunteering days?

There are usually at least two volunteering days per month with the rangers and the activities vary depending on the time of year. Wider volunteering may be more frequent.

How can I find out more?

For more information email or call us on 01208 863046.