Come and Volunteer with us..

make new friends, learn new skills

Volunteering update

Our Volunteering Programme is currently on hold due to the current lockdown restrictions.  We will be monitoring the situation closely and following the latest official government guidance as to when we can restart the programme safely.

We will continue to ensure that we can mitigate the risks of Covid-19 as much as possible. 

For further information on the new protocols please click on the link to the Volunteer Information Sheet.


Making new friends, keeping fit, working in an amazing landscape and knowing that you are helping your local environment are all great reasons for becoming a volunteer.

We are fortunate to have about 40 volunteers who regularly help the Trust in many ways:

Since 2006, much of the access infrastructure in woodlands and meadows around the Ironbridge Gorge, such as paths, steps, and kissing gates have been installed by our volunteers with training by staff and our contractors. During the summer months, you may see us hand scything the meadows or undertaking wildflower identification. In the winter months, hedge-laying and coppicing. The volunteer programme covers a wide variety of tasks with hand tools.

Our volunteering day is on a Thursday, between 10-3pm – we work on a variety of sites based in the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site and surrounding areas.

If you would like  to discover, improve and enjoy your local green space then get in touch with us, we love to welcome new and returning volunteers. Just fill in the enquiry form below and we will get back to you to answer any queries you may have.

Our current volunteer programme can be found below, take a look to see what tasks are planned for the next few weeks.

Volunteering Contact Form

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