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Blogger: Annie Sadler, Volunteering Development Officer I started life as a volunteer aged 17 helping out my local conservation group – Stour Valley Volunteers in the Dedham Vale AONB. I was going to start a conservation course at Otley College and was advised to try practical conservation first...
6 Sep 2011
Something to do in the countdown to Christmas
December is here! The first door on the advent calendar has been opened. And so here are our Steps for December, modelled by our regional volunteer team, Annie, Zahra and Jane. Please see below for more detail on December’s Steps. Do: With winter arriving we are preparing for Big Garden...
1 Dec 2011
Your local community needs you
Blogger: Matt Howard, Community Collection Scheme Officer I only started working at the RSPB last July. It is a privilege to work for the Society that I have been a member of for years. What struck me most in the first months is just how vital the 'team ethic' is. Admittedly the job I do in...
8 Mar 2011
Eat food – save nature!
Blogger - Gena Correale-Wardle, Community Fundraising Officer Here in the RSPB office we love our food. Cake is a regular fixture during the week and lunchtimes come with a melee of delicious smells emanating from the kitchen as people reheat their leftover dinners. There are a lot of fine bakers...
10 Jan 2012
Step up and help nature... volunteer for the RSPB
Since I was 15 years old I have been a volunteer – you name it, I've done it (almost). From helping toads cross the road, assisting Guide Dog training, to health-checking cattle, I have spent much of the last 4 years helping animals as a volunteer. Although sometimes hard work, dirty and smelly...
8 Jul 2013
Volunteering has got me closer to nature
Studying BSc Ecology at UEA and volunteering in the RSPB’s communications team are completely different, yet so similar – the bottom line being conservation, conservation, conservation. The past year, I have not only had the closest nature experiences of my life, but have learnt why conserving...
12 Aug 2013
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