Volunteer for NWT
Volunteers play a very important part in the success of Norfolk Wildlife Trust and we really value their support, commitment and enthusiasm. We have more than 800 volunteers contributing 28,000 hours a year. As well as helping us to protect Norfolk's wildlife for the future, our volunteers learn new skills, meet new people and enjoy looking after some of Norfolk's most valuable natural areas.
We have volunteers of all ages and backgrounds and a range of tasks and activities to suit everyone at stunning locations all over Norfolk. Whether you are looking for a social activity, work experience, to get closer to wildlife or simply feel passionate about the Trust's work, we want to hear from you.
See our volunteer vacancies!
Some of the ways you can get involved:
Habitat management such as coppicing, fencing, brushcutting, or checking grazing animals, participating in bird counts and species monitoring
Welcoming visitors, sharing wildlife information, promoting the work of the Trust, dealing with sales transactions. A very varied role and an essential part of what we do.
Outdoor Learning / Environmental Education
Helping to plan, assist and or/lead educational events, and work with school groups. (In order to work with children it is necessary to have an Independent Safeguarding Agency/CRB Certificate, together with two character references.)
Surveys and Wildlife Monitoring
Identifying field signs and species which help our conservation staff to build up a picture of the county's biodiversity
Join your local members’ group and get involved in wildlife issues and conservation in your local community. Groups meet informally throughout the year for talks, walks and social occasions.
Current volunteering vacancies
Our current volunteering vacancies are on the link on the left, with downloadable role descriptions. If you are interested in any of our volunteering opportunities, please download a Volunteer Application Form and return it to Angela Collins, Volunteer Coordinator, Norfolk Wildlife Trust, Bewick House, 22 Thorpe Road, Norwich NR1 1RY or by email. If you would like paper copies of these, please telephone the NWT office on 01603 625540 and we will post out to you.
To view our job vacancies please click here.