There are lots of opportunities to help out at the Wildlife Trust Countryside Centre and in the local community:
Please contact Mandy or Louise if you would like to help with any of the above or would like to find out more.
"I volunteer with school visits and at family events because I want to enthuse children to learn about the amazing fenland environment and the history which created it."
Anne, Great Fen volunteer
"I volunteer for the Great Fen Education team for many reasons. I have always been passionate about the environment and believe that the children should be given every opportunity to enjoy, explore and understand the environment. I also thoroughly enjoy working with so many enthusiastic people at the Great Fen. I go home after each visit smiling because I've had so much fun."
Helen, Great Fen volunteer
This is the weekend club for kids aged 7-12. Have a look at the video to see what it's all about, and see the upcoming activities on the Events page.
If you would like to find out more about helping, please contact us or read the following: Watch Leader Role Description 188Kb.pdf
"Wildlife Watch enables young people to learn all about wildlife. We do all sorts of fun activities, from dissecting owl pellets to making model animals, quizzes, art projects and pond dipping."
Barbara Cracknell, Wildlife Watch Volunteer Leader