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Corporate Volunteering

Our corporate volunteering opportunities are a great way for employers to provide a chance for their staff to make a real difference within the environment and local community, at the same time working outdoors - and having fun!

Your employees will not only benefit from physical exercise and being outside, but also the improved mental wellbeing that is often experienced when connecting with the natural world.  Employees will also learn new skills, particularly working as a team and improving staff morale, all the while making a meaningful contribution to improving our green spaces and supporting our work in:  

  • Conservation – improving our green spaces for the benefit of all and for the future
  • Biodiversity – enhancing habitats for the wide variety of plant and animal life
  • Lifelong Learning – offering educational events, delivering nature-based outdoor learning sessions to school children, young people and adults of all ages and abilities
  • Wellbeing – community growing and gardening in the community

For details and how to book, get in touch!

We can offer half and full day hands on packages, led by one of our team. We will work with you to arrange the best possible package to suit your availability, abilities, and team size (max 10).

Tasks may include building stag beetle loggeries, litter picking in the Beverley Brook, building and planting raised beds, planting hedging and more.

All packages include a team briefing, PPE (gloves, high vis vests, tools etc), as much tea, coffee and biscuits as you can manage and of course general wellbeing!

Packages start at £35* per person with a minimum total of £300+VAT.

Groups we have worked with previously include Danone, Mortlake Power Station Youth Group, Alexa Capital, Barnes Goldens, Marks & Spencer Barnes, Ofgem, Radnor House School staff and students,

*Depending on the type of tasks the team would like to get involved in. 

Corporate Volunteering

Our corporate volunteering opportunities are a great way for employers to provide a chance for their staff to make a real difference within the environment and local community, at the same time working outdoors - and having fun!

Your employees will not only benefit from physical exercise and being outside, but also the improved mental wellbeing that is often experienced when connecting with the natural world.  Employees will also learn new skills, particularly working as a team and improving staff morale, all the while making a meaningful contribution to improving our green spaces and supporting our work in:  

  • Conservation – improving our green spaces for the benefit of all and for the future
  • Biodiversity – enhancing habitats for the wide variety of plant and animal life
  • Lifelong Learning – offering educational events, delivering nature-based outdoor learning sessions to school children, young people and adults of all ages and abilities
  • Wellbeing – community growing and gardening in the community

For details and how to book, get in touch!

We can offer half and full day hands on packages, led by one of our team. We will work with you to arrange the best possible package to suit your availability, abilities, and team size (max 10).

Tasks may include building stag beetle loggeries, litter picking in the Beverley Brook, building and planting raised beds, planting hedging and more.

All packages include a team briefing, PPE (gloves, high vis vests, tools etc), as much tea, coffee and biscuits as you can manage and of course general wellbeing!

Packages start at £35* per person with a minimum total of £300+VAT.

Groups we have worked with previously include Danone, Mortlake Power Station Youth Group, Alexa Capital, Barnes Goldens, Marks & Spencer Barnes, Ofgem, Radnor House School staff and students,

*Depending on the type of tasks the team would like to get involved in. 

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