The advice I was given when I first started volunteering still holds good.
Do not get separated from your lunch!
Find all the information you need here...
In line with the government guidelines, all volunteering activities, including work parties, have now been suspended. For more details please contact your normal point of contact or email email@example.com. Thank you for your support and please regularly check the website for more ways to connect with nature during this time.
Everything you do with us helps to create a wilder Derbyshire and a wilder future - thank you!
Here you will find all the information that you may need in your volunteering journey with us, including dates for volunteer catch ups and Health & Safety information.
Reserve contact details
Living Landscapes North Derbyshire
Sam Willis Tel 07754 683190
The Avenue Washlands, Broadhurst Edge Wood, Ladybower Wood, Long Clough
Julia Gow Tel 07761 103034
Chee Dale: Deep Dale: Hillbridge & Park wood, Priestcliffe Lees, Rose End Meadows, Hopton Quarry:M illers Dale
Living Landscapes South Derbyshire
Alex Morley Tel 07815 318126
Crich Chase Meadows, Aqueduct Cottage, Lea Wood, HollyWood
George Bird Tel 01773 881188
Drakelow, Hilton Gravel Pits, Willington Gravel Pits
Paul Harasimow Tel 07732 168942
Vic Bevan Tel 07540 126733
Witches Oak Water
Skills survey form
Volunteer travel expense claim form
Individual Volunteering Time Record Sheet
Volunteer code of conduct
Health & Safety policy
What's happening across the Trust?
Pioneering ‘Green Influencers’ scheme in Derbyshire reaches milestone
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Hundreds of thousands of Derbyshire residents to help with local flooding
This week, Derbyshire Wildlife Trust is asking 268,480 households about their experiences with flooding in Derbyshire.
Beavers set to be released in Derbyshire today
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust have just released beavers at their Willington Wetlands Nature Reserve in the south of Derbyshire today.
Thank you for your dedication and support. Because of you, Derbyshire has a wilder future.
CEO Derbyshire Wildlife Trust