Volunteering opportunities | Oxfordshire County Council

Volunteering opportunities

Find out about volunteering opportunities

More information on volunteering, and a wide range of opportunities in Oxfordshire.

There are over 100 local wildlife groups in Oxfordshire, so there are often opportunities to get involved in your local area. Visit Wild Oxfordshire to find out more - you can also sign up to their weekly bulletin which often includes local volunteering opportunities.

The Natural Environment Team is able to offer occasional internships for short periods of time, to work on specific projects.

The Chestnut Fund is an independent charity working closely with The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) to support groups which have little money when they are first set up, whose principle purpose is conservation volunteering and to enable them to begin practical work. Groups would need to be members of TCV’s Community Network.

The Oxford Conservation Volunteers organise regular conservation volunteering activity in Oxford and around the county. Visit www.ocv.org.uk for further information.

The three Areas of Outstanding Nature Beauty within Oxfordshire - the Cotswolds, the Chilterns and the North Wessex Downs also offer opportunities for countryside volunteering in many different roles. Further details are available from the individual AONB offices.

Please note that Oxfordshire County Council is not responsible for the volunteering activities provided by other organisations.

Last reviewed
04 January 2016
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