Young people (aged 12-25 years)
Are you aged between 12 and 25 and interested in the environment, nature and great outdoors? Staffordshire Wildlife Trust offers a variety of opportunities for young people - from exploring the landscape to getting involved in some practical conservation work.
Our #GetWild sessions take eight-15 year-olds on outdoor adventures. Kids can leave their parents at home and go wild outdoors building dens, climbing trees and cooking over the campfire. A great chance for kiddos to make friends and connect with nature.
• Where and when? #GetWild takes place in the school holidays at locations including The Wolseley Centre in Wolseley Bridge, Westport Lake Visitor Centre in Stoke-on-Trent, nature reserves, South West Peak and at parks and green spaces around the county - check out What's On for your nearest session and to find out more.
Open to anyone between 14-25 in the Tamworth area.
This youth volunteer group is a fun and friendly way to explore more of Tamworth's green spaces. We work with local volunteer groups to do practical conservation work on different reserves, so join us if you want to: gain experience in conservation, meet new people, learn new skills, improve your CV, make a difference in your local community or just to get outside and benefit both physically and mentally.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 07870767210 for more info!
Staffordshire Wildlife Trust campaigns on local and national issues that affect the county's wildlife and wild places that you can get involved with. The Wildlife Trusts have a long history of campaigning for positive change for nature and people and helping local communities to save special places for wildlife. Find details on our current campaigns here
Staffordshire Wildlife Trusts have a varied events programme that runs throughout the year and many locations across the county. From bat walks to photography courses and wildlife talks. You can find our full list of events here
Live for wildlife
Could you join our incredible community of live streamers? Working together through various live streaming platforms we are gaming, creating art, crafting and so much more, to help ensure that wildlife survives and thrives. We need nature and nature needs us more than ever before. Find out more here
What? Join one of the Trust's regular practical volunteer groups and get involved in a variety of conservation jobs such as scrub clearance, footpath construction, fencing, surveying, monitoring, rush cutting, tree-thinning and much more. We also have volunteering opportunities outside of conservation too such as marketing, planning, people engagement and commercial (charity shops, visitor centres & events).
• Where and when? Opportunities are available all over the county and different groups meet on different days. For full details, check out our volunteering page or email Louise at email@example.com or call on 01889 880100