Volunteering with Norfolk Wildlife Trust

Hedge planting at Wardens Base 1/6
Volunteer with Norfolk Wildlife Trust 2/6
Lunch during sycamore clearing project 3/6
At beautiful locations across Norfolk 4/6
Experience some of Norfolk's most stunning wildlife 5/6
Great Yarmouth Green Gym on the steps they built 6/6
Volunteers play a very important part in the success of Norfolk Wildlife Trust and we really value their support and commitment. 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. Volunteering can also provide valuable work experience which can enhance your  CV.

We involve volunteers of all ages and backgrounds, completing a range of tasks and activities at locations all over Norfolk, including our head office in Norwich. Volunteering can be for as little as a couple of hours a week, and for many roles no particular skills or experience are required, as full training will be given.
Our volunteers are wonderful ambassadors for the Norfolk Wildlife Trust, inspiring and enthusing others and are often the public face of NWT.  Read about some of our wonderful volunteers for examples of how you can get involved.