PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL OF OUR VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNTIES ARE CURRENTLY POSTPONED DUE TO THE COVID PANDEMIC. PLEASE FOLLOW OUR SOCIAL MEDIA OR KEEP CHECKING THIS PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT WHEN WE WILL BE RESTARTING.
Individual volunteering opportunities include:
- Pendle Hill Volunteers meet every 3rd Wednesday and 1st Sunday of every month. To carry out practical conservation work. To find the next Pendle Volunteer day, please see the calendar on the “Whats On page” https://pendlehillproject.com/whats-on
- Promoted Route Volunteers help us to monitor the footpaths that we promote as good walking routes for visitors, helping us to maintain the network to a good standard.
- Family Learning Assistant to help with the preparation and delivery of family events during school holidays and in the week. Hands on volunteering, with outdoor play opportunities for 0-12 year olds.
- Outdoor Learning Assistant support the Outdoor Learning Officer with educational trips, teacher training and in school and learning organisations grounds. Advocate learning from the land to local schools and educational groups.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL OUR GROUP VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES ARE CURRENTLY POSTPONED DUE TO THE PANDEMIC. HOWEVER, PLEASE STILL GET IN TOUCH IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO DISCUSS FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES.
Are you a group leader or member of a group, which meets in either Pendle, Ribble Valley, Burnley or Hyndburn and close to Pendle Hill? Would you like the opportunity to get your group involved in volunteering outdoors in the Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership?
As part of the PHLP's Get Into Volunteering initiative we are offering local groups the opportunities to spend a day volunteering out in the Pendle Hill landscape, learning new skills and enjoying the benefits of fresh air. We are hoping to offer this opportunity to groups who may not have had the chance to volunteer outdoors before, may not have spent much time in their local landscape or maybe haven't even thought about volunteering in the local landscape before.
Opportunities include practical conservation work, wildlife surveys, rural skills and much more.
If you are interested in any of the above opportunities, or would like to know more information, please get in touch with our Community Engagement Officer.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01200420420.