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Our volunteers are incredibly important to the Trust; after all, they are the vital work force we need to help deliver our projects, and the eyes and ears of this vast area!

With over 3,114 miles of rivers and streams in the catchment there are activities that people people of all ages and abilities can get involved in. It is incredibly rewarding and an excellent opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors and meet like-minded people, as well as gaining experience and learning new skills.

All your help is appreciated, and volunteers can do as much or as little as they can manage. All tools and training is provided by us, as well as the most important part of any volunteer day- the brews and biscuits. Volunteer hours are also tracked, so we can send you certificates of achievement every time you reach a milestone number of hours worked with us.

If you would like to volunteer please sign up here.

All ages and abilities are welcome and the team will always be there to help. Basic training is provided free of charge and we’ll provide all the equipment needed. All we ask is that volunteers bring welly’s, waterproofs, warm clothes, and a packed lunch.

If you would like to volunteer please sign up here.