Our regular Wednesday and Saturday conservation workdays have now started up again. Wednesday workdays run from 10am to 3pm. Saturday workdays run from 11am to 2pm.
You can just turn up and try out a workday but you will need to fill in a volunteer welfare form the first time you volunteer. Ring Joanne Smith or Tony Day on 0208 293 1904 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries, to find out more or to visit the site beforehand. We can send you the form in advance via email if needed or you can pop in to the site any day we are open. We meet in the gatehouse (the wooden building by the river) at the start of each workday.
We are currently recruiting 2 Volunteer Officer Wardens. This is an exciting opportunity to gain real life experience of managing key habitats at a fantastic urban wetland site, as well as developing leadership skills and volunteer management experience. The focus of this placement is to assist the park wardens in running the regular Saturday and Wednesday volunteer workdays but to also gain experience in some of the behind the scenes work involved in running an ecology park. The role also provides opportunities to develop skills in organising environmental events, producing displays and quiz trails and undertaking wildlife surveys. Free training in leadership of practical projects and first aid will be provided as well as mentoring from highly experienced wardens and access to TCV's wide rnage of online training. This role requires a commitment 3 days per week for a period of 6 months. After training and gaining experience in the field, there is the oppotunity to gain paid session work with TCV. The role is suitable for people with a background in or some knowledge of conservation or ecology who wants to gain practical experience and skills. Ring Joanne or Tony on 020 8293 1904 or email us at email@example.com to find out more. We will ask you to send a CV and will arrange an informal interview.
A Community Engagement Day gives corporate teams the opportunity to carry out practical conservation and environmental work to improve green spaces in their local community. At Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park, teams can help with some of our larger habitat management tasks, such as reed cutting, meadow cutting and shingle beach digging as well as unique tasks such as tern raft management and compost turning. This is a great opportunity for businesses to help maintain the park’s unique biodiversity, while fulfilling their team building aspirations. We can host teams of 10 to 20 people any time from September to April.
As a charity we are committed to full cost recovery and we will work together to your requirements and budgets.
Costs include; trained volunteer support officers to lead your day - great care is taken to ensure that all volunteers (new and long-serving) have a safe, inclusive and enjoyable experience, project planning and set-up costs, full risk assessment and insurance, provision of tools and safety equipment.