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The Conservation Volunteers in Scotland

TCV Scotland and coronavirus (Covid-19)

Over recent months we have gradually resumed most of our outdoor volunteer groups and activities where it has been safe to do so within the Covid guidelines. Some restrictions may still be required on the numbers involved, length of sessions, and the number of volunteers who can be transported in vehicles. We have also resumed some ‘in-person’ training courses and activities, as well as continuing with some online events – see our Eventbrite page for details.

The opportunity to get outside and make a difference

TCV Scotland offers a wide range of environmental activities for people from different backgrounds, ages and abilities to help protect and enhance our local greenspaces and biodiversity. At the same time participants learn new skills, improve their physical and mental health, and engage with like-minded people.

We are also committed to providing a diverse range of high-quality learning opportunities for a wide range of participants, we support local communities, and can help you discover your ‘inner scientist’ and that hidden passion for nature.

Where we are - offices and activities

Find out if there is a TCV volunteer group running near you using the map below. And there are hundreds of community conservation and volunteer groups caring for their local habitats and greenspaces. Many of these groups belong to TCV's UK-wide Community Network, with over 270 in Scotland - see map below. Most well-established groups have a Facebook page or website, so a simple web search should help you find them.

Contact TCV in Scotland

The Conservation Volunteers
Balallan House
24 Allan Park

Find a local TCV office

Telephone: 01786 479697


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