Volunteering

Kersal Dale Volunteer

Salford Voluntary Rangers

Conservation volunteering provides the perfect opportunity to get out, get fit and get involved in your local environment.

Days involve practical conservation work delivered by the Salford Ranger Team. Volunteers can choose to take up opportunities at a number of sites across the city.

The programme is designed to provide opportunities for all abilities such as community clean-ups, bench building and woodland management.

The rangers work closely with volunteers and local communities to create exciting opportunities and innovative projects which will help shape their local area.

A mixture of weekday and weekend tasks are available and volunteers can even choose to become qualified by attending a free training course and undertaking a series of task days.

The Salford Voluntary Rangers is open to anyone aged 16 and over who would like to get involved in improving their local environment.

How to get involved

If you are interested in becoming a Salford Voluntary Ranger, email the Salford Ranger Team or call 0161 793 4219.

This page was last updated on 27 November 2013

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