Volunteering opportunities

Volunteering in any capacity is a great way to share your enthusiasm, skills and ideas whilst having fun and meeting like-minded people.

By volunteering for the Trust, you would also be making a positive contribution to the conservation of bumblebees, wildflowers and the many other parts of our natural world that depend on bees. All you really need is enthusiasm, a love of wildlife and some time.

For more detailed information on volunteering for the Trust, take a look at our Volunteers Leaflet.

From setting up a display at your local library, running a stall at a fete, or becoming a Local Volunteer Coordinator, our volunteers take on a range of roles. Take a look at the list below for ideas, alternatively if you have other questions about volunteering, or would like to find out if our volunteers can attend your event, please get in touch with us on volunteering@bumblebeeconservation.org


The Trust runs the national bumblebee recording scheme, BeeWalk, to help us understand bumblebee populations across the UK, and you can help! Visit the Surveys page of our website to find out more about how you can get involved.

If you live in Cornwall, Devon, London, Somerset or Staffordshire and would like to get involved in representing the Trust, please e-mail your Local Volunteer Coordinator (LVC) listed below for more information.

If you live in Derbyshire and would like to get involved with our exciting education and community engagement focused project, Pollinating the Peak, please e-mail Rhodri Green, the project's Community Engagement Officer at the email address below.

Along the north Kent coast, our Making a Buzz for the Coast project is creating and restoring wild habitats for bumblebees. We have a variety of volunteering opportunities to do practical conservation work, surveying, and helping at local events. To find out more and to contact the team, visit the project page.

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