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Exmoor Festival Of Nature Volunteers

Exmoor Festival Of Nature Volunteers

Task · 4–8 hrs · by 25 May 2024
Nettlecombe Court, Taunton TA4 4HT, UK
Nature & sustainabilityCommunity & familyArt & culture
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National Trust - Somerset Coast & Countryside
#80649
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Summary

Come and join us at Nettlecombe Court for the Exmoor Festival of Nature on Saturday the 25th of May 2024 to celebrate Exmoor’s wonderful world of wildlife!

Detailed description

We are looking for volunteers to support this wonderful partnership event.


Park and ride parking officer x2 

Helping the public park at the Combe Sydenham 'Park and Ride' safely and efficiently.

*We can offer this as a half day role and organise a swap with an onsite volunteer role to keep the day more interesting if needed. (A porta loo will be at the park and ride).

 

Festival on site Volunteer x4

Being a general helper, helping set up, pack down and throughout the day to help with the smooth running of the event


Volunteers must be 18+

What we will provide to volunteers

💸 Reimbursement of costs

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About National Trust - Somerset Coast & Countryside

As Europe’s largest conservation charity, we look after nature, beauty and history for everyone to enjoy. We do it with the help of millions of members, volunteers, staff and donors. Without this, we couldn’t care for the miles of coastline, woodlands, countryside and the hundreds of historic buildings, gardens and precious collections we protect.

Volunteering on the coast or in the countryside enables you to get outdoors and play a vital role in managing and conserving precious natural environments for both people to enjoy and wildlife to thrive.