Learn more about the landscape and heritage through walks, talks and other events. Volunteer to help at events, to carry out surveys or practical conservation tasks. Become a champion for the AONB by raising awareness in your own community and by supporting local projects.
Volunteering can make a real difference and some of our work is only possible because of the help we get from volunteers.
The AONB team therefore runs a programme of training events so that even if you are new to conservation, you can still come along and join us and gain the necessary skills to enjoy “making a difference”.
From practical skills such as hedgelaying or drystone-walling, to first-aid and identification skills, there are some great opportunities to learn.
Our next training course is planned for September when our volunteers will be given the opportunity to gain or refresh their first aid skills.
For further information, please contact Tony Riden, the AONB Countryside Officer.
- Telephone:01524 761034