There’s a lot happening on our coastline and many opportunities to volunteer with our partner organisations. From wildlife surveying to practical conservation tasks there’s something for everyone.
Durham County Council Countryside Rangers
Countryside Rangers carry out practical conservation tasks every Wednesday and once a month on a Saturday throughout the County. If you’d like further information about volunteering and how to get involved, please contact the Countryside Team on 03000 264 589 or email email@example.com.
Durham Wildlife Trust
Durham Wildlife Trust has lots of exciting opportunities for volunteering and are always looking for willing volunteers who share their passion for wildlife, conservation and broadening awareness. As a volunteer you can plan an integral role – it is also a wonderful way to socialise and become part of an invaluable team. There’s a wide range of ways you can support your local Wildlife Trust. If you want to know more, please call 0191 584 3112 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and they can talk you through the different roles that are available.
Castle Eden Dene – Natural England
As a volunteer you can help out with a wide range of practical conservation tasks, help patrol footpaths and help with educational activities, public events and guided walks. For more information contact the reserve office on 0191 586 0004.
We can help support you and your group if you would like to be involved in any local beach cleans – please contact us on email@example.com or telephone 03000 268131 for more information, or follow us on Facebook (‘Durham Heritage Coast’) where we advertise beach cleans for our Partner organisations.