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Wildwood Trust Charity Profile
Wildwood Trust's extensive collection of animals includes badgers, foxes, otters, pine marten and red squirrels that have inhabited Britain for the last 10,000 years and animals that have been hunted to extinction in the UK, such as wolves, lynx and beaver. Visit the Wildwood's animals pages for details on all the species at Wildwood,and learn about our conservation work helping restore natural habitats and support endangered native species.
Wildwood Trust Volunteer Information
Wildwood is always looking for volunteers to work around the park and we can cater for all abilities, and levels of experience. Wildwood is very popular so we do operate waiting lists.
There are several areas where we need your help:
If you want to help us look after our huge number of animals on site, or need to complete work experience for an animal management course, please contact us at the details below. You will be helping us prepare food including raw meat, and clearing out animal waste. The work is demanding and requires a certain level of physical fitness. Wildwood has only limited spaces for volunteers so there is often a waiting list for these positions.
You will need to complete the form below and return it to email@example.com
You will need to be over 18 except if you are on a recognised animal care course and then you can be 16 or over.
Wildwood is set in many acres of ancient woodland, and needs your help in keeping this in top condition, as well as helping us construct and maintain animal enclosures. If you have practical skills, and would like to help our team, then please contact the head ranger on 01227 712111.
Wildwood has collaborated with the charity Mind to enable people who are mental health service users the opportunity to volunteer at Wildwood and learn new practical skills in our wonderful woodland surroundings. If you have direct experience of mental distress and would like to volunteer under this scheme, please contact the Volunteer Coordinator on 01227 712111.