Volunteering

Becca Nelson

We couldn’t do what we do without the support of our amazing volunteers. Visit our volunteering hub to see our current roles and apply.

During the coronavirus crisis, we’re only recruiting for volunteering roles that can be carried out safely from your home. With your support, we can continue to make the countryside in Cheshire a better place for everyone.

From the lush Cheshire plain to the spectacular hills of the Gritstone and Sandstone trails, we’re passionate about enhancing the countryside in Cheshire to make it a better place for everyone to live, work and enjoy. We value the contribution of our volunteers enormously and with your support, we can achieve even more.

By volunteering with us you’ll be part of a friendly team of like-minded people. You’ll gain new skills and we’ll give you the training you may need for your volunteering role. You can join in with our social events, attend workshops and take part in our annual national conference.

Our volunteers support us in many ways including fundraising, providing specialist advice, governance, investigating proposed planning developments, managing our social media and website and much more! You can read about what it’s like to volunteer with us on the CPRE website.

We want to give you a first-class experience when you volunteer with us and our online volunteering hub Assemble is the one-stop place for all your volunteering information. You can apply for an opportunity using an easy online form and you can track your application every step of the way.

Search our current opportunities to find one that’s just right for you. We’d love to hear from you if you’ve other skills to offer or if you’ve any questions about volunteering. You can reach us on info@cprecheshire.org.uk or 01606 835046.

Find your volunteering opportunity

We want you to have an excellent volunteering experience with us and to achieve this we’ve made commitments to our volunteers.

https://www.cpre.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/CPRE-Volunteering-Commitments.pdf