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Volunteer Opportunities

You can make an active contribution by volunteering with the Trust

Volunteers are the lifeblood of the Trust. Without them we would not be able to manage our nature reserves, run our offices effectively or carry out our education work.

Volunteers help us in every aspect of our work. From several days a week to a few times a year, they can choose how much time to give, and all of it is greatly appreciated.

Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, to find out more about how the Trust is working to protect the county's wildlife and to play your own part in that work. Volunteering enables people to use existing skills and learn new ones, to keep work skills current during a career break or gain experience to get a job. By donating your time to the Trust you can make a positive contribution to the wildlife of Derbyshire.

Other opportunities may exist in the areas below - but please bear in mind that volunteer positions may not always be available.
 

  • Location: Derbyshire Wildlife Trust HQ, Middleton

    Assist the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust (DWT) Business and Commercial Development Teams with various aspects of the Trust’s work including:

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  • Location: Whistlestop Discovery Centre, Dale Road, Matlock Bath, Matlock DE4 3PT

    Are you looking to develop customer service skills? Do you want to build your knowledge of retail and sales? Are you passionate about wildlife and have a talent to engage the general public in our vision? If so this volunteering opportunity could be just what you're looking for. The role is to assist in the running of the recently refurbished Whistlestop Discovery Centre at Matlock Bath railway station. Come and be part of this exciting project and help us develop our visitor and retail services.

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  • Location: Derbyshire

    Reference: Weekend work party volunteer

    Some of our larger nature reserves have work parties at the weekends, carrying out practical and monitoring work.

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    Weekend work parties

  • Location: Derbyshire

    Reference: Wildlife Watch Group

    If you enjoy working with children, are enthusiastic about the environment and love being out of doors, why not consider becoming a Wildlife Watch leader?

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    Wildlife Watch Group, Helen Walsh