Would you like to be volunteer at Doncaster’s Potteric Carr Nature Reserve?
We’re looking for people who are wild about nature! On 24th June 2017 Yorkshire Wildlife Trust will be holding its annual Summer Showcase at Potteric Carr Nature Reserve, on the edge of Doncaster. We’re looking for lots of one-off volunteers to help with this event so we’re contacting lots of local community groups and organisations whose members might be interested in getting involved.
The Potteric Carr Summer Showcase is a celebration of everything wild at this brilliant nature reserve! We’ve got pond dipping, minibeast hunts, wild games, den building, woodland crafts and much more. To make the day a success we need a team of enthusiastic volunteers to help run this year’s Summer Showcase. From directing visitors for car parking and setting up tables to helping run activities and guided walks you’ll be involved in everything! You’ll need to be free to volunteer either from 9am-1:30pm or 12:30pm-5pm on the day, and also be free for an induction session on the 5th June, either 10am-12pm or 6:30pm-8:30pm.
If you’ve ever wondered what Potteric Carr is like, or you remember the joys of pond dipping and watching butterflies then this is for you. By volunteering you’ll have the chance to learn new skills, have great fun and give something back to nature and the community. If you’re a people person with a passion for nature and want to be part of a friendly, buzzing team at this brilliant event get in touch with our Volunteering Development Team for more information: email@example.com