Our practical volunteer group carries out many interesting and enlightening conservation tasks throughout the region. This is a great chance to learn new skills, meet new friends and enjoy the countryside while carrying out practical work to help conserve the environment.
How you could get involved
Practical Conservation Task Days
Join us to carry out practical conservation projects throughout York and the surrounding countryside. We run these every Tuesday and Wednesday and Thursday throughout the year and no experience is required. Join in and feel good, start making a real difference to how you feel and help the environment! Transport from the centre is provided along with hot drinks, biscuits and good company. Contact our office to get your details on our mailing list.
Hull Road Park Green Spaces Project
Volunteer on a Thursday 10.30am – 2pm (Term time) in Hull Road Park York. Help add colour, vibrancy and interest to the park. Get a little active and do something for the community, try something new or rediscover an old interest in gardening and being outdoors. Give as much time as you like, come every week or once a month we would love to meet you. Contact the office for more details.
We offer regular opportunities to get more involved with TCV York by becoming a full time key volunteer. Playing a key role in our organisation, this is an excellent chance to gain valuable work experience. Contact the office to find out more and to arrange a visit.
We can support a range of projects involving young people and local communities with advice and information on getting started and funding. We work in partnership with many organisations such as Schools and Friends of Groups within the region – find out how we could work with your organisation by contacting TCV York.
The Conservation Volunteers,
Tang Hall Community Centre,
Tel: 01904 414927