Berkshire Conservation Volunteers

Berkshire Conservation Volunteers are a group founded in 1975, who carry out voluntary environmental work on nature reserves in Berkshire and neighbouring counties. The work we do is varied, usually heathland clearance work during the winter with more varied work (footpaths / fencing etc) in the summer. We provide all necessary equipment and instruction. Tasks take place virtually every Sunday of the year. We have a minibus which provides lifts from a number of pickup points in Reading (if pre-booked with the task leader). New volunteers are always welcome, and no experience is required – training is always given. Just wear work clothes and stout boots or wellies, and bring a packed lunch. Tea, coffee, squash and biscuits are provided. If possible, please contact the task leader listed on our website for that Sunday before you come.

Type of organisation
Voluntary organisation
Primary interest
Nature and Environment
Main activity
Environment and conservation
Area of activity
Berkshire and neighbouring counties
RVA member

Is this location wheelchair accessible?
Not specified