A day of practical conservation with Somerset Wildlife Trust on Westhay Moor NNR for 12-17 year-olds. Help clear scrub with hand-tools and burn brash to restore grassland and mire habitats on this fantastic wetland reserve.
Young Wardens is a programme of activities designed for 12-17 year olds covering a range of practical skills useful for those interested in wildlife, conservation work, improving their CV or completing Duke of Edinburgh volunteer hours.
Sessions over the year cover practical land management, species surveying and identifying and hands-on heritage work. Individual sessions can be attended, the programme booked as a whole to gain a certificate or necessary hours completed for DofE.
Places limited, booking essential. Charge: £5 per young person.How to get involved Places are limited and booking is essential. Charge: £5 per young person. For further information, booking and registration please contact Julie Merrett by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01458 860120. Accessibility Young Wardens is a programme of activities designed for 12-17 year olds. The scheme is based at the Avalon Marshes Centre with sessions running across a number of local nature reserves. Details and directions for each session will be given when you book. Where
Avalon Marshes Centre
Shapwick Road, Westhay
Glastonbury, Somerset BA6 9TT United Kingdom