Thank you for you interest in Suffolk National Trust Volunteers. We are one of 60+ groups affiliated to National Trust (NT) who help rangers maintain their properties. Our “patch” extends
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We are one of 60+ groups affiliated to National Trust (NT) who help rangers maintain their properties. Our “patch” extends from Dunwich in the north to Bourne Mill (Colchester) in the south to Ickworth (Bury) in the west.
Founded in 1983, we aim to have a “task” every 2 weeks or so and free transport is generally available. Tasks are usually outdoors on local National Trust countryside sites – mainly woodland and gardens; luckily Suffolk is a relatively dry county! We rotate tasks between several estate rangers in the area; tools are provided and instruction on how to use them safely is given. In addition rangers can provide valuable insight into careers in conservation.
Anyone clocking over 50 hours a year is eligible for (effectively) free NT membership the following year and 20% off NT goods. More details here.