Volunteer training session 2013

Volunteer training session 2013

Already a volunteer? Go to the volunteers pages for news, information and reports of particular interest to our voluntary workers.

Volunteers play an important role in supporting the Conservation Officers and Rangers in their work to preserve and enhance Cleeve Common by:

  • Assisting with habitat monitoring. This work is carried out in the summer and provides a vital record of the grasses and flowers growing on the Common.

  • Assisting with visitor surveys, carried out from time to time to assess who uses the Common and for what purpose.

  • Becoming a Voluntary Warden to support the Rangers’ day-to-day work in monitoring what’s going on, picking up litter, assisting visitors and lending a hand for organized events. This role is best suited to people who are on the Common several times per week. Anyone who is involved with young visitors must undergo a CRB check.

If you want to become involved, we’ll be delighted to hear from you!  Just get in touch using the Quick Contact form on the right or by phoning or writing to us (contact details)

You might also be interested in volunteer work in the wider Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, for instance by: