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TCV in the North

We specialise in taking volunteers into the greenspaces of Greater Manchester and Merseyside to do practical conservation activities. We have been active in the area for over 20 years.

Or take part in our training courses in leadership, emergency first aid and tools maintenance, as well as a wide range of health and safety courses, such as risk assessment, manual handling and CIEH food safety.

We are experienced and committed to working with businesses and their employees to achieve increased social, economic and environmental benefit.

Where we are - offices and activities

What we do

Volunteering

A woman building a dry stone wall

We run two groups - in Greater Manchester in Merseyside. Volunteer and learn practical skills. No experience necessary

Training

A first aid case

We offer training courses in leadership, emergency first aid and more. We can also tailor courses to suit your needs

Green Gym

A woman cutting vegetation with loppers

A unique and free opportunity to transform local green spacees for wildlife and the community, whilst keeping fit

Community Engagement Days

People on a TCV community engagement day

Bespoke and fun team-building projects to give your team the opportunity to carry out practical conservation work

About TCV in the North

Poeple building a pond access platform

TCV is experienced in a range of skills from habitat management to construction. We are committed to delivering quality

Latest News

Get healthy at The Countess Of Chester Country Park

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The Health for Life Project and Green Gym are now running at The...

Young Roots Project Officer Ruth joins the team!

Young Explorers' Club

This week our new Young Root's Project Officer Ruth joins the TCV...

Contact TCV in the North

The Visitor Centre
Sale Water Park
Rifle Road
Sale
Manchester
M33 2LX

Pex Hill Visitor Centre
Pex Hill Avenue
Cronton
Merseyside
WA8 5QW

Email: manchester@tcv.org.uk

Tel: 0161 962 9409

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Supporters

The Conservation Volunteers in the north of England is able to work with people and communities to transform their health, prospects and outdoor places because of the generous support of many different organisations and individuals - thank you.