Volunteering Opportunities

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Bradgate Park Patrol Volunteer

Bradgate Park Patrol Volunteer

Ongoing

15.4 miles

As a Bradgate Park volunteer patroller, you are the eyes and ears of the Park. Armed with a map, radio and litter picking equipment you’ll cover your designated area of the Estate at your own pace. As a first point of contact for visitors you’ll be able to communicate effectively and inform the Ranger team of any incidents or issues. Best of all, you’ll be walking through tranquil woodlands, over rugged parkland and taking in the sights and sounds of nature whilst contributing to the day to day running of the Park.

Bradgate Park Tour Guide Volunteer

Bradgate Park Tour Guide Volunteer

Ongoing

15.4 miles

As a Tour Guide, you will be trained to effectively communicate the facts and history of the Ruins of Bradgate House and / or Old John to visiting members of the public. The Tour Guide role is based at the Ruins and / or Old John and requires an interest in visitor engagement that will give people a true insight into our historic buildings and landscape. If being around these historic buildings and sharing their story is for you, get involved with the Tour Guides!

Bradgate Park Steward Volunteer

Bradgate Park Steward Volunteer

Ongoing

15.4 miles

Our Volunteer Stewards help visitors make the most of our events and open days in areas such as the Ruins and Old John. An interest in visitor engagement is essential but this is less formalised than the Tour Guide role so you don’t worry if you don’t know all the facts and figures off hand. If you think you’d enjoying sharing the story of the Park but you don’t fancy leading a full tour, volunteering as a Steward may be more up your street!

Equality Action Community Allotment

Ongoing

9.9 miles

Maintaining the plot, weeding, preparing beds for planting, watering and feeding plants.

Fearon Halls Community Garden

Fearon Halls Community Garden

Ongoing

9.4 miles

Fearon Hall's small enclosed community garden is kept in tip top shape by the team of garden volunteers. It is a space for community gardening and growing activities.

Loughborough Students Landscaping and Gardening Society (LAGS)

Loughborough Students Landscaping and Gardening Society (LAGS)

Ongoing

Loughborough University

10.3 miles

Students and local volunteers of all ages work in the garden regularly -watering, weeding, dead-heading, planting etc. We grow a mixture of flowers, herbs and vegetables.

Loughborough Green Gym

Loughborough Green Gym

Ongoing

9.4 miles

Green Gym is a refreshing approach to outdoor exercise, designed by The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) to improve people's health and wellbeing and make a positive impact on the local environment.

The Marios Tinenti Centre Allotment

The Marios Tinenti Centre Allotment

Ongoing

9.9 miles

The allotment group was started because it gives people the opportunity to get out of the hustle and bustle of everyday life and into the peace and tranquility the allotment offers. There are many people who do not have the time or skills to garden anymore. The group allows people of any skill level and some none at all to come and spend time with others gardening.

Watermead Country Parkrun Volunteer

Watermead Country Parkrun Volunteer

Ongoing

Watermead Country Park

15.5 miles

Parkrun volunteers marshal and administer the weekly timed 5k which takes places every Saturday morning

Watermead Country Park Volunteer

Watermead Country Park Volunteer

Ongoing

Watermead Country Park

15.5 miles

As a Watermead County Park Volunteer you will be working as part of a group, undertaking various park habitat management jobs as well as maintenance work

Bradgate Park Visitor Experience Volunteer

Bradgate Park Visitor Experience Volunteer

Ongoing

15.4 miles

Our Visitor Centre Volunteers help guide visitors around our exciting and interactive Visitor Centre space, sharing their knowledge of the Park and Estate with members of the public. Within the wide-ranging history, geology and wildlife of the Park there is huge scope to develop your own understanding and to then pass that on. If engaging our visitors and delivering the ‘Bradgate Park Experience’ is what you’re looking for, then this role is for you!

Yew Trail Educational Volunteer

Yew Trail Educational Volunteer

Ongoing

Shuttlewood Clarke Foundation - Ulverscroft Manor

14.9 miles

Educational volunteers are required to assist with activities at the Ulverscroft Manor outdoor classroom including Woodland Trails, Pond Dipping and more!

Grow with Us Volunteer

Grow with Us Volunteer

Ongoing

Shuttlewood Clarke Foundation - Ulverscroft Grange

14.9 miles

Volunteers are required to assist at The Shuttlewood Clarke Foundation community allotment project for young people with disabilities

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