The Wildlife Trust or the Gravel Pits Action Group?
 
Many students approach the Wildlife trust for CV experience. As the publicist for GPAG I also had the opportunity to take part in a years placement at The Wildlife Trust as a volunteer leader managing Seven Acres. I however would highly recommend anybody looking for a placement at The Wildlife Trust to focus specifically on working with Elspeth Ingleby on the Chat Moss Project.

Here at GPAG, we can't offer placements as a community group. We can however offer volunteering that suits your time table.

If you would like to know more or are interested in volunteering. Please select HOME and then VOLUNTEER/CONTACT US.
Alternatively you can visit our Facebook Page and message our page.

What can we offer students?
 
The Gravel Pits Action Group offers students the opportunity to visit the site for the following CV opportunities:


Limited 10 spaces per year for University and sixth form volunteers.
Access to a Site of Biological Importance, Grade A.
Conservation techniques in wetland and forest management.
Volunteering alongside Natural England license holders.
Hosting public events, working with the community, birthday parties, corporate days, working regularly with Bolton School.

Invited to participate in Great Crested Newt surveying. Torching and egg search.
All GPAG members are DRB checked.


 

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