Join the West Runton and Beeston Regis Heath team

Volunteers checking that livestock grazing on Incleborough Hill are safe

Could you cut it as a volunteer? Our volunteers need to be adaptable and sometimes prepared to become worn out and wet! But it's rewarding and enjoyable work in good company.

Conservation field work mainly involves the removal of those plants that tend to dominate if left to their own devices. We use machinery for this work and we'll provide training where appropriate. But there's still a lot of work done by hand and for this we'll provide gloves, ear defenders and hand tools as well as the machines.
 
We work on Thursday mornings for three hours from September to March, so as not to disturb the wildlife. With a refreshment break in the middle, it sounds easy. The reward is the sight of regenerating heaths and the knowledge that the diversity of wildlife is increasing.
Some volunteers at West Runton also choose to work at Felbrigg Hall and/or Sheringham Park. It's up to you.
 
 
 
A happy group of volunteers trying out the new bench they have installed
A happy group of volunteers  trying out the new bench they have installed

Many hands make light of the work

Many hands make lighter work or so the saying goes. Join our group of volunteers and work hard to make our site more enjoyable for our visitors.

Interested?
Just email us for further information
 
Or download an application form