Volunteers have always played an important role in the conservation work of all of the project’s partner organisations; we have even found some old black and white photos of Natural England volunteers working on the dunes at Saltfleetby in Lincolnshire from the 1970s.

Dynamic Dunescapes will have a range of volunteering opportunities across each of our dune project sites, from helping to remove invasive plant species and restoring dune slack ponds, to identifying plants and conducting species surveys.

Saltfleetby NNR Volunteers - Photo by Tom Clifford

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Events for Volunteers

Find out more about our current volunteering opportunities.

Volunteer: Record Natterjack Toads in Cumbria

TBC Free We have teamed up with Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (ARC) to increase our understanding of one…

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Cornwall Wild Allet Volunteer Group

Various times Free Small groups of Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Wild Allet volunteers have started undertaking a few…

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Cumbria: Book a beach clean

Various times Free Want to help our wildlife on the coast? We are looking for volunteers to…

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Cumbria: Citizen Science Volunteer Opportunity

Various Times Free Are you interested in ecological monitoring? Do you want to gain experience or utilize…

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Volunteer Reserve Warden – Lincolnshire

Various times Various times Free We are looking 3 or 4 volunteer reserve wardens to help us…

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Volunteer (Various dates) at Haverigg, Cumbria

Various dates Various times Free Become a volunteer at Haverigg and join our upcoming Conservation Days Do…

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Coastal Engagement Volunteer, Lincolnshire

If you want to help people connect with nature and wildlife along our coastline and would like to help with the occasional event, we’d love to hear from you.

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Register to become a Dynamic Dunescapes Volunteer

Use the forms below to register your details for our volunteer programmes. You can either submit your details and let us know of your general interest with our short form, or if you've got specific ideas in mind or skills that you'd like to let us know about, you can fill out the longer form.

Your message will be sent to the Dynamic Dunescapes core team, who will forward it on to the relevant local partner contact at the location at which you have expressed interest in. They will get in touch, and you will be signed up using the volunteer scheme used by the relevant local partner (i.e. The Wildlife Trusts).

We look forward to hearing from you!


General volunteer registration form

    Anglesey and GwyneddCarmarthenshireCornwallCumbriaDevonDorsetLincolnshireSefton CoastSwansea, Neath, Port Talbot


    Detailed volunteer registration form

      Anglesey and GwyneddCarmarthenshireCornwallCumbriaDevonDorsetLincolnshireSefton CoastSwansea, Neath, Port Talbot

      Helping people get closer to nature (guiding walks or supporting self-guided walks, for example)Exploring or celebrating the history of the coastPractical conservation work. This could be physical work or identifying key species (training provided)Community art (supporting or running workshops)Entrance way projectsBe part of a team to co-design & create new entrance ways, art and signage.Collecting coastal stories (from your community for our Coastal stories project)Creating giant beach artSupporting young people access BursariesBeing a Dune Champion for your community/group

      Experience running or supporting events (nature, play, community based)Community artist / creative / story tellerWildlife identification – sea, dunes, & beyond

      Monday to Friday (day time)Monday to Friday (evenings)Weekends