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TCV in Northern Ireland

A better environment is at the core of everything The Conservation Volunteers do.

We work to give everyone access to a good quality natural environment where biodiversity is enhanced, and environmental inequalities, along with the social and economic consequences, are minimised.

We also believe that the quality of our natural environment is a powerful driver of health and well-being. Our Green Gyms, a social alternative to conventional gyms, promote better health and well-being.

Where we are - offices and activities

What we do


Hoverfly on corn marigold

We dedicate over 30,000 volunteer workdays each year to protecting and improving Northern Ireland’s environment

Health & Well-being

People outdoors

Green Gym gets people outdoors, increases physical activity, promotes mental well-being and improves the environment


People working in the local community

We work with all sections of society to conserve nature and reconnect people with their local, natural environment


Woman using a chainsaw

We help people gain knowledge and skills to improve their environment. We run a wide variety of training courses

Tree Nursery

Young, newly planted trees

We produce local provenance native trees for a number of major partners and for our own tree planting projects

European Social Fund

Woman rotovating a field

TCV in Northern Ireland offers places on the training programmes Training for Success and Training for Employment

Latest News

Mid Ulster Allotments Gathering

Tully Measdows Community Garden Group and Chair of the Council, Councillor Trevor Wilson with their prize winning produce

Mid Ulster’s first ever 'Allotments Gathering' took place...

Wildflower passion at the Cornfield

Volunteers planting at The Cornfield

The Cornfield, a Woodland Trust green-field site in Coleraine bordering...

Contact TCV in Northern Ireland

The Conservation Volunteers
Beech House
159 Ravenhill Road


Tel: 028 9064 5169

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The Conservation Volunteers in Northern Ireland 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.