A new volunteer warden group is being set up to take on tasks including maintenance, practical conservation, woodland management and wildlife surveys, as well as helping with environmental education, guided walks and workshops at the historic 266 acre park
Warden Mark Eborn says, “Lydiard Park is a wonderful place to learn about conservation, wildlife and ecology and volunteering will be a rewarding and enjoyable experience. As well as increasing your knowledge, volunteering will help develop your skills and is a great place to build your confidence if you’re looking to return to work or have recently retired.
“The warden work offers opportunities for relaxing and stress-relieving work in a beautiful outdoor setting, and the opportunity to be physically active.
“Support, training, equipment, and a sense of achievement are offered in return for volunteers’ valuable time.”
For details call Mark on 771419 or mail: firstname.lastname@example.org