Volunteering has always been, and remains, fundamental to the success of The Wildlife Trusts movement.

Mae'n ddrwg gennym, ond niw yw hyn sydd ar gael yn cymraeg ar hyn o bryd.

In each and every county, volunteers are helping to conserve and protect wildlife for the future. This is no different in Radnorshire where volunteers help our small team of staff to do a variety of tasks.

If you think you can volunteer your time and skills to Radnorshire Wildlife Trust, please get in touch with the relevant member of staff listed below.  Thank You.

Practical Conservation Work

Regular work parties are held on our nature reserves, managing species and habitats and maintaining access for visitors.

The work involves hedge laying, path maintenance, scrub clearing and bracken cutting.

Much of the work is carried out on a Tuesday and there is a maximum number that the staff are able to supervise.

Person to contact: Reserves Officer Jonathan Stone


Helping in the Shop

The shop in Llandrindod Wells is open Tuesday and Friday 10am - 1pm.

The work involves weighing out bird food and serving customers.

Person to contact: Administration Officer Emma Morgan

Delivering Newsletters

Three times a year we produce the Radnorshire Wildlife Trust newsletter for members. 

The work involves delivering newsletters in the area of your choice.

Person to contact: Administration Officer Emma Morgan


Survey Work

Throughout the year, volunteers help staff and the wildlife consultancy team to survey and monitor wildlife.

The work involves helping with roadside verge monitoring, bat activity and observing wildlife species.

Person to contact:

Living Landscapes Project Officer Darylle Hardy

Gilfach Visitor Centre

At seasonal times of the year, volunteers help with welcoming visitors to Gilfach Nature Reserve.

The work involves sharing wildlife experiences with visitors, pointing them in the right direction and serving hot drinks.

Person to Contact: People & Wildlife Officer Suzie Fraser

Mae'n ddrwg gennym, ond niw yw hyn sydd ar gael yn cymraeg ar hyn o bryd.