Trust Would you like to volunteer in parks and green spaces throughout Cardiff?
If you enjoy being outdoors, there are plenty of opportunities for volunteers to get involved in looking after the parks and green spaces throughout Cardiff.
Varied programme of volunteering throughout the year where volunteers can get involved in conservation, events and education.
Some volunteers may be considering this as part of the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme or Community Challenge as part of the Welsh Baccalaureate, while some may be thinking of further education courses in this area, or even a future career, others may have time on their hands and want to use it to volunteer or some might because they want to contribute to helping look after this wealth of parks and green spaces we have in Cardiff.
If you are interested in ensuring the future of our beautiful parks and green spaces around Cardiff, please contact 029 20445 903 (Cardiff Council Rangers).
Once a month (occasionally more) Hailey Park has volunteer opportunities for all to join in (or arrangements can be made for groups to be led by the ranger involved in this park on request). See park noticeboards or website for details.
Keep Wales Tidy Another organisation working helping to look after public open spaces, speak to Gareth Davies, Cardiff Project Officer Tel: 07824 504809 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cardiff Rivers Group Making A Difference in Rivers and Waterways in Cardiff and Surrounding Areas. WEBSITE Cardiff Conservation Volunteers Thier primary aim is to promote the conservation, protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment anywhere, whilst having an enjoyable time doing so. WEBSITE Green Days/Innovate TrustGreen Days project helps adults with learning disabilities and/or mental health problems to gain the skills and confidence that will help them to lead independent lives within their local communities. The project is carried out in parks, nature reserves and green spaces across South Wales in the Cardiff, Vale of Glamorgan and Rhondda Cynon Taff. It is supported by volunteers from all walks of life, who mentor, encourage and act as positive role models for our participants. There are lots of benefits to volunteering with them, such as learning new skills, meeting new people and improved physical and mental health areas. WEBSITE