In over five decades of inspiring people and improving places, The Conservation Volunteers has consistently supported people working locally to improve their environment and their life chances, and created resilience in the most vulnerable communities.
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The Seven Lochs Wetland Park recently received funding from Awards for All to help engage local communities with nature through a range of activities. Some of this funding was used to provide transport for members of the Glasgow Disability Alliance … Continue reading
Neil Spiers is a trainee on the Coastal Communities programme in East Lothian, where over the course of a year, eight young people develop their skills in both practical conservation (with TCV) and outdoor-based youth work (with Strive). Here, he gives … Continue reading
On Saturday 27th September, the Health for Life team worked with NSC with The Challenge and Holloway Hall for the grand opening of Ley Hill community allotments. The Challenge brought around 100 volunteers from schools around Birmingham to come and … Continue reading
I’ve been on holiday for a few weeks and was delighted to come back to one of my favourite jobs – path clearance! On Wednesday the Glasgow Mid-Week Group headed over to Bridge of Weir to work on a very … Continue reading
Hello all , my name is Scott Gardner and I’ve recently started work with the Conservation Volunteers ( TCV ) Stirling as a Discovering Nature Trainee (part of the Inner Forth Landscape Initiative and the Forth Coastal project). This … Continue reading
Hello one and all, welcome to another monthly update about our goings on at the Tree Life Centre, in Kingswood, just outside of Bristol. This blog will be slightly shorter than usual and apologies for the lack of photos this … Continue reading
This is a six week project involving TCV staff and volunteers near Wick, I attended during week 2 of the project. The idea is to move already established marram grass to an area of newly created dunes to help stabilise … Continue reading
Over the past year, I joined up with with TCV as part of the volunteering unit with the CLIP project. After I completed all the hours with clip I still continued going out with TCV because I enjoy it and it … Continue reading
The weather is still warm but don’t be fooled, as autumn is upon us once again. Which means it’s time to start preparing for the first frosts, as well as getting ready for a bright start for spring. Here is … Continue reading
The finishing touches have now been put to the big new pond project at Skelton Grange and the wildlife is settling in now. Thanks to the support of First Direct and WREN, as well as all the volunteers who got … Continue reading