Volunteers play a very important part in assisting our Partnership Projects and other countryside conservation groups to manage Surrey's Countryside.
Are you looking for a way to make a difference in conserving the environment for future generations? Whatever your interests or skills, whether you are a group of an individual, we'd love to hear from you. Learn new skills, meet new people, work right at the heart of amazing landscapes. For contact names and addresses of countryside conservation groups, take a look at Voluntary organisations for the environment.
Our Partnership Projects are spread out over the county - take a look at the map for the areas they cover. Please use the contact details below to get in touch.
The Surrey Heathland Project is not able to run a volunteer task programme due to the size of the conservation tasks they undertake. Please contact them for details of other conservation organisations carrying out heathland tasks.
A limited number of countryside management trainee posts are available, please view our Heritage Skills Trainee Programme page for further details.
Our Projects also welcome corporate groups who want to spend a day in the countryside on team building exercises. Please contact each Project directly to discuss your requirements.
Surrey's Countryside Access Team also regularly work with volunteer groups (such as the Ramblers' Association and Sustrans) to help manage the public rights of way network and promote access to publicly accessible land; please visit our rights of way pages to find out how to become involved.
The Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) have set up the Surrey Hills Society to help conserve and enhance the beautiful Surrey Hills - to find out more visit their website.
Surrey Wildlife Trust also run volunteer tasks in the countryside.