Volunteering is a key part of our work here at the Quantock Landscape Partnership Scheme and there will be many and varied volunteering opportunities to get involved with.
Our volunteer opportunities are beginning to start again following national restrictions and we aim to reintroduce activities as soon as possible. There are still some work-from-home opportunities taking place, such as our Digital Heritage Assistant role, so if you’re interested in learning more about this and the other roles we will be offering, please drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you.
We have a wide range of projects, such as restoring hedgerows, historic features, and traditional orchards through to educational work with local schools, archaeological excavations, archival research, and a wide ranging and inclusive events programme. There is something for everyone to get involved with.
We also offer regular training and talks for our volunteering community which are announced across our social media channels. Our social channels are also a great opportunity to stay informed and join the conversation around the work we do. Alternatively, you can sign up here to receive the Quantock Hills AONB Volunteer Newsletter for the Quantock and Blackdown Hills AONBs which include our news, events and opportunities to get involved.