Volunteering opportunities


 

 

Our volunteers are amazing

Much of what we achieve for wildlife is a result of the commitment and dedication of volunteers
Suffolk Wildlife Trust volunteers give 19,500 days (or 53 years) to nature conservation every year!

 

Woods are coppiced... butterflies are recorded... orchids are counted... phones are answered... by our volunteers!

 

Magazines are delivered... fences are mended... events are organised... sheep are checked... by our volunteers!

 

Hides are built... paths are mowed...hedges are planted...children are inspired... by our volunteers!
 

Celebrating our volunteers

Some of our dedicated volunteers' stories are featured below:
 
 

Margot Wobey
& Kyla Eastwell

Arthur
Rivett

The Lee
brothers

Sally
Shave

Adrian
Hinchliffe

 

 

Joy
Woodall

Terry
Peake

Jan
Cawston

Keith
Reddington

Debs
Crawford

 

Conservation volunteering is a great way to keep fit, make new friends, enjoy the outdoors and learn new skills.