Volunteering

Image by Ian Coates, Crook O'LuneThere are several opportunities for volunteering in and around the Forest of Bowland and there are a number of organisations that will welcome you and, in some cases, offer training depending on your aims and plans. Which organisation you approach will depend on what you want to get out of volunteering and the level of commitment you wish to give. 
If you want to volunteer regularly and/or build a better CV for a paid job in the environmental sector then look at the section on Regular Volunteering
The Forest of Bowland AONB team sometimes has volunteering opportunities available, generally linked to specific projects. Take a look below to find out what is available at the moment or have a look at the opportunities with the Friends of Bowland group.


Promoted Route Monitors

We have a number of volunteer path monitors who help us out by walking our downloadable routes for us – usually twice a year in spring and autumn. If you would like to find out more, and perhaps take on a route, contact sandra.silk@lancashire.gov.uk for more information.