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Friends of Westonbirt

The friends of Westonbirt Arboretum

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Volunteering opportunities

Become part of Westonbirt's vibrant community of volunteers, helping to protect and enhance our landscape and welcome visitors to The National Arboretum.

Apply for our current volunteering opportunities below:

Visitor Survey Volunteer

We're recruiting a team of survey volunteers to help us to find out more about our visitors and their experience and the impact of our community and youth programmes. Find out more about this role.

Marketing and Communications (Social Media) Volunteer

We're looking for a volunteer to work with the Friends of Westonbirt Arboretum team, assiting with social media activities as part of the development of the new Friend's website. Find out more about this role

Tree Team Database Volunteer

We're looking to recruit a volunteer to help the Propagator and Plant Records Officer in maintaining plant records, specifically helping to maintain detailed propagation records. Find out more about this role

Tree Labelling Volunteer

An exciting opportunity for a volunteer to support the Plant Records Officer in maintaining plant identification labels attached to Westonbirt’s specimen plants, giving key information about their origin, planting date and location. Find out more about this role

Tree Labelling and Cleaning Volunteer

We are looking for a volunteer to support the Plants Records Officer in maintaining plant identification labels attached to Westonbirt’s specimen plants, giving key information about their origin, planting date and location. Find out more about this role

Get involved!

To apply for any of these roles please complete the volunteer application form

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Last updated: 2nd June 2017

Contact

Westonbirt Arboretum

0300 067 4890
westonbirt@­forestry.gsi.gov.uk

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