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Huntingdon District Council Countryside Team has three main countryside open spaces. Holt Island an island by St Ives that floods. Hinchingbrooke Country Park in Huntingdon and Paxton Pits Nature ...

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Paxton Pits Nature Reserve Practical Volunteer

Paxton Pits Nature Reserve Practical Volunteer

Organisation role · Flexible hours
Paxton Pits Nature Reserve, High St., St Neots, England PE19 6ET, United Kingdom
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Huntingdonshire District Council Countryside Team
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Paxton Pits Nature Reserve needs a steady supply of enthusiastic volunteers to maintain the site the site

Detailed description

The practical volunteer role on our countryside sites is popular. At the moment their is a waiting list but expressions of interest will ensure we always have a supply of suitably skilled volunteers. Our practical volunteers are to be found out in all weathers. Maintaining the site requires a diverse skill base.

Hides need building, repairing and replacing. Security features need installing on our buildings and storage yards. Hedges need cutting, Paths need to be kept open. The list goes on and is varied.

Getting there

Paxton Pits Nature Reserve is at the end of the High Street Little Paxton.
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About Huntingdonshire District Council Countryside Team

Huntingdon District Council Countryside Team has three main countryside open spaces. Holt Island an island by St Ives that floods. Hinchingbrooke Country Park in Huntingdon and Paxton Pits Nature Reserve in Little Paxton. They all require volunteers to operate. Paxton Pits Nature Reserve is a haven for wildlife and people too. The volunteers in the Paxton Pits Visitor Centre are an essential part of the nature reserve. The walkers, and wildlife watchers always appreciate a welcoming smile in a warm comfortable environment after their time on the reserve. Please come and experience the wonderful environment the reserve is, and consider volunteering your time to support us as the reserve grows. Hinchingbrooke Country Park is a wonderful open space. The events team need volunteers to run the organised events to add value to the park giving the visitors an enjoyable time. The Christmas Grotto giving hundreds of children a truly magical experience. The other sites all use practical volunteers to keep the sites well cared for.