Lower Mole Partnership – volunteer information
The Lower Mole Partnership volunteers carry out practical conservation work together with the task leading staff on many sites in Surrey's glorious countryside across North Surrey and in to Kingston-upon-Thames, to enhance and maintain the natural beauty of the local area. If you have some spare time on your hands and enjoy the great outdoors, why not come and give us a try? There is no fixed commitment, you can join in as often as you like.
Volunteering with the Lower Mole Partnership
For all tasks our happy band of volunteers meet at 10am on site. However we do provide a lift from our office at Horton Country Park at 9.15am on every task day by prior arrangement only (spaces are limited in the partnership vehicles). If you would like a lift please kindly ensure you call the office the day before your chosen task - many thanks. Task days end around 4pm, subject to weather.
Please wear suitable outdoor clothing for the season and bring waterproofs as required, plus wear strong boots/shoes. Full supervision, first aid and insurance cover are provided. We also provide coffee, tea, squash and biscuits, but please remember to bring a packed lunch if staying all day.
Please let us know beforehand whether you will be attending a task; this is so we know to expect you and to let you know of any last minute changes - our answerphone also provides the latest weekly task information.
- Contact our office staff by telephone: 01372 743783
- Email us: email@example.com.
Further information and everything you need to know about volunteering with us can be found on our Countryside Partnerships Volunteer Information page, as well as:
- Surrey Countryside Partnerships (SCP) Volunteer Policy (PDF)
- Surrey Countryside Partnerships Health and Safety information for volunteers (PDF).
- Surrey County Council Volunteer Promise (PDF).
Lower Mole Partnership's seasonal volunteer task programme
Please visit our Lower Mole Partnership Volunteer Task Programme webpage to view the wide range of practical countryside volunteering opportunities we have currently on offer.
Countryside volunteering in the great outdoors with like-minded people is good for health, happiness and habitat!
We look forward to welcoming you along with our friendly conservation crew soon.
Files available to download
- Surrey Countryside Partnerships Health & Safety Information for Volunteers (PDF)
Health and safety information for practical conservation volunteering with the Surrey Countryside Partnerships
- Surrey County Council's Volunteer Promise (PDF)
Information about how we value volunteers at Surrey County Council and what you can expect
- Surrey Countryside Partnership Volunteer Policy 2020 (PDF)
What you can expect as a volunteer with Surrey Countryside Partnerships.