Volunteering

Our Countryside Service run regular volunteer activities across the district on our countryside sites, led by our countryside rangers.

Most of these sites hold international, national or regional designations on account of their wildlife interest. Tasks take place across a variety of habitats, including Heathlands, Reedbeds, Wetlands and Grassland.

There are a variety of different volunteering roles to suit different interests and abilities. You can stay for as long as you wish and take part in as much of the task as you can. Taking part in a taster day is the best way to start. Volunteer tasks are relaxed and a great way to get outside and socialise whilst also helping the community and improving your own health and wellbeing.

Everybody is welcome, but under-16s must be accompanied by an adult. Activities more suitable for younger children can be found on our activities and events page. 

No matter what your fitness level, please do contact us to discuss coming along. There are a variety of different volunteering roles to suit different interests and abilities. You can also stay for as long as you wish and take part in as much of the task as you can. Taking part in a Taster Day is the best way to start, please see below for more information.

We accommodate corporate groups too - please see our below section on teamwork/group days.

Please complete the Volunteer Online Application Form to register your interest in Volunteering with Hart Countryside Services. We aim to respond within five working days.