Building bridges with the Burnham Beeches volunteers
Throughout the year, volunteers help the Rangers look after Burnham Beeches and Stoke Common and play an important role in the management of the reserves. There are a huge range of different activities to get involved with from scrub clearance to fencing, helping with livestock or even getting involved with survey work. New volunteers are always welcome at any of our regular practical tasks. To find out when our next practical tasks are, take a look at our 'What's on' guide on our events page. You can also help as an ‘Eyes and Ears’ volunteer on your walk around the reserve or perhaps with some tasks in the office.
Burnham Beeches Volunteers
Burnham Beeches also has a dedicated group of Information Volunteers who regularly assist in the running of the Information Point at weekends as well as lending a hand at many organised events. If you would like to join us as a volunteer in any capacity please email email@example.com or contact the Burnham Beeches Office on 01753 647358 for further information.
Friends of Stoke Common (FOSC)
The Friends of Stoke Common is an independent community group that encourages and enables people to become involved in the management of Stoke Common. The group was developed through a range of volunteer conservation work days, public events and training courses and in partnership with the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers. They aim to raise awareness of the importance of the lowland heath habitat at Stoke Common. The work carried out by volunteers care for and protect the Common's biodiversity, making it a haven for wildlife and a special place for people to visit.
To volunteer visit the Friends of Stoke Common website or firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively please contact the Burnham Beeches Office on 01753 647358 or email@example.com