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Volunteering

Volunteers in Environmental Education and Outdoor Learning
Volunteers in Environmental Education and Outdoor Learning
Volunteer Moorland ScientistsVolunteer Community Science
Volunteer Moorland Scientists Volunteer Community Science
Volunteer Conservation WorkVolunteers for DofE Gold Award & Queen's Scout Award
Volunteer Conservation Projects Volunteers for DofE Gold Award & Queen's Scout/Guide Award
Corporate Volunteering
Volunteering and Sponsorship for Businesses

Why volunteer at the National Park?

The Peak District is a special place, the UK's oldest National Park, and is cherished by millions of people. As a volunteer for the National Park Authority you will be helping us to deliver our two purposes:

  • conserve and enhance the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage
  • promote opportunities for the understanding and enjoyment of the Peak District's special qualities.

How we look after our volunteers

As a volunteer at the National Park Authority, you can be confident that you will:

  • be involved in work that helps others to understand and enjoy the Peak District
  • have the training and equipment that you need for your role
  • have supervision and work alongside experienced volunteers and regular staff
  • be protected by the same health and safety regulations as paid staff.

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