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Volunteering in Nottinghamshire
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We have volunteering opportunities across the East Midlands so if you enjoy the outdoors, want to learn new skills, meet new people and be part of the Forestry Commission team, why not get involved with your local forest today.

Interested in getting involved with your local 'Friends of' group?  Get more information about groups in Forestry Commission woodlands.


Sherwood Pines

Fancy joining the trail evolution and helping maintain and improve mountain bike trails?  Or becoming a trench rat and helping out with the centenary trenches project?  If so Sherwood Pines may be the place for you.


What do other visitors say?

Hello I work for severn trent. I am part of a 15 person team.

We are looking for a team building day.

We are from the metering side of the company.

We have dug ponds out in the past.we are able to do low strenuous jobs sorry.

Neil, 27/Oct/2016

Hi Neil, Hi Neil, I tried to email but it bounced back and I just found it! I am in the market for a team to come and do some work for me. Fancy cutting some rhododendron in Sherwood Forest? Or brashing at Bevercotes Pit Wood? Send an email for Amy's attention and we can go from there.

Forestry Commission Response

Hi my names Lisa, I'm interested in volunteering for the forestry commission I'm not working at the moment but am studying part time through the open university. In my spare time I enjoying hiking, swimming and jogging and have a real enthusiasm for the outdoors, I feel this opportunity would benefit me as I would like to learn a practical skill as well as meet like minded individuals who share the same interests.

Lisa Kelly, 11/Jun/2015

Hi Lisa, we would welcome you into our volunteer groups! If you have looked over the groups on offer get in touch with the relevant ranger direct to organise your first session. I look forward to meeting you.

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