Caring for the AONB
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We need your help. Each year countryside volunteers in the AONB put in many thousands of hours of work. They get to do everything from dry stone walling, hedge laying and heather burning to counting natterjack toads or listening for black grouse.
Volunteering is good fun, gets you out in the fresh air and teaches you new skills that look good on your CV. And it means you’re putting something back into the landscape.
Because an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty doesn’t just happen. It needs constant work.
These practical tasks start at 10am and finish between 3 and 4 pm. You need to “dress for a mess” with comfortable boots that grip well. Don’t forget your waterproofs and a packed lunch – and please make sure your tetanus jab is up to date!
We’ll provide full training. If you want to try an activity first, just come along to one of our events (see below for the full programme).
Want to know more?
Contact the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB
Loggerheads Country Park - 01352 810614
Llangollen - 01978 869618
Volunteer Programme April to September 2013
There are a range of opportunities for you to get involved in the work of Denbighshire Countryside Service – and we need your help! From Rhyl & Prestatyn in the north along the Clwydian Range to Hiraethog and the Dee Valley in the south, you can join in every once in a while or every week – the choice is yours.