Two projects run from our Bristol office, the ‘Bristol Conservation Volunteers’ sessions run on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and ‘Lockleaze Green Gym’ sessions run on Thursdays.
Common tasks include tree planting, bench construction, hedge planting, clearance work, step building, bramble bashing, path construction, bridge building, coppicing, pond clearance, hedge laying, fencing, wildlife gardens and much more!
As well as working in Bristol, the Bristol Conservation Volunteers occasionally works in parts of Gloucestershire and Somerset too. A lift is normally available to and from the worksite and Bristol. However, it is advised you let the Project Officer know which tasks you wish to attend.
‘Lockleaze Green Gym’ runs on Thursdays and all activities take place in areas local to Lockleaze in North Bristol. Unfortunately, we cannot offer lifts for this project.
We frequently add new projects to this programme as and when they’re arranged; this is often done at short notice, so do check back frequently.
The Conservation Volunteers in Bristol’s Programme
Claire Dinsdale (Project Officer)
TCV, The Create Centre, Smeaton Rd, Bristol BS1 6XN
07739 447 995
0117 929 1624
Funders and Partners
The Biodiversity Action Team’s current programme is supported by and delivered in partnership with the following organisations:
- Bristol City Council
- Bristol Water
- Congresbury Millennium Green Trust
- Forestry Commission
- Friends of Blaise Castle
- Friends of Old Sneed Park
- Tytherington Parish Council
The Conservation Volunteers would like to thank everyone from these organisations who we have the good fortune to work with while running the Bristol Biodiversity Action Team.