Green fields highlighted by sunrays through heavy clouds from Curbar Edge

Current volunteering opportunities

For more information please call 01629 816200 or email:

Footpath Sign Maker Volunteer

Our Countryside Maintenance & Projects Team (CMPT) are looking for a small group of volunteers to assist in the manufacture of bespoke wooden finger posts. This year round, workshop-based opportunity would suit those with some practical experience, though full training will be given on the woodwork machinery we use. Join us to create these handcrafted signs which are an important feature within our landscape.

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Are you interested in becoming a Trails Volunteer working alongside our Trails Rangers undertaking maintenance projects and cycle patrols on the Monsal, Tissington and High Peak Trails.

For an informal chat please phone Dave Watts on 07831622976 or Click here to sign up


Green Leaders Programme (18-25)

The Green Leaders programme (young people 18-25) is about giving young people the opportunity to take a leadership role in caring for and protecting our National Parks, nature and the environment.  These projects run once a month, working alongside the staff from the Peak Park Conservation Volunteers team undertaking practical conservation projects around the Peak District National Park.  As part of the day there is an opportunity to meet and chat with a person who has developed a career with National Park or in the environmental sector.

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Peak Park Conservation Volunteers

PPCV provides a unique opportunity for individuals to join in and help protect the environment through practical conservation projects. Anyone can join the PPCV Individual programme (although we do ask if you’re under 18 that a parent or guardian accompanies you). We run projects throughout the year. There is no minimum volunteer commitment: if you’re busy, it’s too far away, or you just don’t fancy the project that month then don’t worry, there is always next month.

It’s easy and free to get involved.

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For more information on PPCV, please contact the PPCV Team.

Youth Engagement Volunteer

Help inspire future generations of conservationists and adventurers: come and join our Youth Engagement Volunteers Ranger! Each year, our Young People and Communities Engagement team provide outdoor learning experiences for thousands of young people, helping to introduce them to the Peak District’s special qualities, and connect them with nature. Every day is different! We work with all sorts of group from nursery to A-level, providing activities ranging from den building and outdoor play to habitat studies, river exploration and developing fieldwork skills. You don’t have to be from a teaching background to apply, you just need to enjoy working with young people, being outdoors (and not mind getting a bit wet and muddy occasionally!). We’re especially keen to hear from people who are able to travel to our learning centres at Longdendale (near Glossop/Tameside), Macclesfield Forest and Longshaw (near Grindleford).

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Volunteer Rangers

We’re looking for more volunteer rangers to join our wonderful and welcoming team. Are you interested in supporting the National Park, sharing your love of the area with visitors, and working with our rangers? If so, we’d like to hear from you. Our volunteer rangers are involved in a broad range of activities, from engaging with the public or leading health walks, to monitoring footpaths and rights of way. It’s a varied and flexible role with opportunities right across the Peak District. See the role description below for more info on the training and time commitment.

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Applications close on Friday 5 April

Intake days will be held on Saturday 20 & Sunday 21 April (volunteers only need to attend one of these days)

Volunteer Ranger Role Description (50KB)

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