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Volunteering opportunities

Volunteers play a crucial role in looking after the landscapes and wildlife of the Norfolk Coast. Their support and commitment is hugely valued by the Partnership, while volunteers themselves also benefit from taking part.

If you have some spare time and would like to help look after the Norfolk Coast, there are plenty of ways to be involved. Have a look at the following pages for more information and see which activities appeal to you...

Norfolk Coast Partnership volunteers
In addition to our River Guardians, there are often other volunteering opportunities with the Norfolk Coast Partnership team

A number of our partners and other organisations also welcome volunteers, often for practical conservation work on nature reserves.If you have time to spare and would like to make a practical contribution, have a look through the wide range of opportunities available.

For those with a little more time to spare there are often longer term volunteer roles requiring ongoing commitment. This section outlines the latest voluntary positions being advertised by our partners and other relevant organisations.

Beach cleans are run by dedicated organisers along the coast, who are always happy to have an extra pair of helpong hands.
If you're interested in organising your own beach clean, go to the Marine Conservation Society website for more information.

For businesses and groups wishing to arrange their own conservation activity, there are several organisations that run corporate volunteering events

You may be able to contribute to valuable knowledge about wildlife without the need to leave your home! Many national wildlife organisations gain a picture about particular species simply from the data gathered by people in their own back garden. Have a look through the latest wildlife surveys available that may interest you.