North Devon needs you!


North Devon National Trust is looking for volunteers at all of our sites. We need people from Hartland to Croyde, from Mortehoe to Heddon Valley and from Watersmeet to Countisbury. Our volunteers help with everything from wildlife surveys, events, office admin and making sure our members and visitors have had a great time.

You can find out more at our volunteering drop-in day on Thursday 30th April at Baggy Point, Croyde from 11am to 3pm. If you can’t make it then email or call Nicola Jackson on 01598 763306 nicola.jackson@nationaltrust.org.uk

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You could help at a Bucks Mills Cabin Open Day

One of the privileges of working at the National Trust is the astonishing range and enthusiasm of people who volunteer their time to help us achieve our goals. As a charity we depend very much on our volunteers, whether they can offer us a day a week or a week a month.

Wildlife surveys are an important part of our volunteer roles

Wildlife surveys are an important part of our volunteer roles

The specific roles we are looking for include:

Gardeners to look after the tea-garden at Watersmeet.
Teams to carry out environmental and wildlife surveys at Woolacombe/Mortehoe, Bideford Bay and Hartland and at West Exmoor based from Heddon Valley.
Admin support at Woolacombe and Brownsham, near Hartland.
Visitor Welcome Officers across North Devon including Baggy Point, Morte Point and Heddon Valley
Car Park volunteers at Baggy Point
Accessibility Champion responsible for the Tramper mobility scooter  – Heddon
Photo journalist across North Devon
We also have some administration roles that after training could be carried out in our office or from home including:
. Bringing order to our photo archive
. Helping with digital/social media admin

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