Beach Rangers Wanted!


After a successful first year in 2010, the National Trust in North Devon is again recruiting a team of ‘Beach Rangers’  – its a great role which is really varied.  You’ll help to engage with visitors and the local community and expand our audiences at Woolacombe Beach by running events, working alongside representatives from other organisations, as well as carrying out practical management tasks with an overall aim to achieve a good balance between access, conservation, presentation, interpretation and enjoyment of Woolacombe Beach and Dune system.

We are looking for people who are highly motivated and enthusiastic.

You will have strong practical skills and a clear ability to engage and involve people in our work. You will be equally comfortable harnessing the energy and enthusiasm of a group of volunteers as you will leading a community event. Comfortable communicating with people from all backgrounds, you’ll need a full driving licence, the ability to work efficiently by yourself and as part of a team and a desire to enthuse people about the benefits of getting involved with the National Trust.

To get more information, such as the role profile and application form, please contact Jemma Lowin (jemma.lowin@nationaltrust.org.uk) or call 01271 870555. Last date for application 15th May.  Interviews 19th May 

One response to “Beach Rangers Wanted!

  1. What do you do with the old fencing? My husband recycles this old fencing into hand-crafted art work of beach scenes, lighthouses, etc. This fencing is hard to find at times, so if you are getting rid of any please let contact me. I will be glad to pay any shipping charges for thid old fencing.

    Carol A. Nolan

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