Volunteering at Hopetoun
The Hopetoun Ranger Service welcomes volunteers who assist with practical conservation, wildlife monitoring and patrolling amongst other tasks.
This monthly group assists the Rangers Service with practical conservation work in the grounds of Hopetoun House. We will be improving woodland biodiversity, burning invasive plants, maintaining the nature trails and increasing the wildlife value of the Grounds. Volunteers will gain new skills, meet new friends and take a free form of exercise. As a way of saying thank you if you attend 4 sessions we will reward you with a free House and Grounds season ticket.
You can view the dates of the Green Volunteer sessions here.
These projects are free and all refreshments, tools and necessary safety equipment will be provided. However, please bring old clothes and sturdy boots.
The session runs from 10am - 1pm and booking is required.
Please book your places by telephoning 0131 319 3956 or email email@example.com.
Other Volunteering in Hopetoun Grounds
We also welcome community groups such as local Scout Groups and the Green Team, as well as young people working towards their Duke of Edinburgh or John Muir award.
Hopeotun also works with corporate groups who combine a team building activity with practical conservation work. For further information please contact the Ranger Service by telephoning 0131 319 3956 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Project is supported by Scottish Natural Heritage.