Northam Burrows Rangers seek volunteers for Summer projects.

Volunteer recruitment is underway once again in Torridge for an exciting new programme of conservation projects.

As well as helping to care for some of the region’s amazing country parks and nature reserves the volunteer days are also a great way to learn new skills, acquire new insights into nature and meet like-minded people – all in the great outdoors!

The events run right through to the beginning of July, and as usual, will be heavily reliant on a willing volunteer workforce to partner with the rangers in their tasks.

 The last two volunteering days will be on Thursday 27 June and Thursday 11 July, when volunteers will be asked to help to conduct plant surveys at the council’s wildflower meadows and verges and then Northam Burrows respectively.

In addition, the rangers will also be running a  beach clean at Westward Ho! On Sunday 23 June between 10am and 12pm. Please meet rangers at the slipway.

All volunteer events are free to attend. Please feel free to drop in at any beach clean, but pre-booking is essential for all other events as spaces are limited. No experience is necessary, and all equipment will be provided. More information can be found by emailing [email protected] or calling 01237 479708.


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