Becoming a volunteer
Anyone over 16 years can become a volunteer. We provide volunteers with safety equipment and training. We place strong emphasis on health and safety and members are fully insured. Much of our work is done with hand tools, although we do have qualified chainsaw users for felling and removing branches prior to processing.
We have a regular Tuesday workday from 9am, meeting at the Alder Carr woodland, Llangattock. Activities vary depending on the season but can involve tree planting, splitting and stacking of wood, coppicing, tree nursery duties and firewood deliveries. Refreshments are provided and we have a composting toilet on site and a covered seating area where we have our tea and lunch break. See where to find us below.
If you would like to work with us then please complete and return to us a membership registration form.
Board of trustees
As a registered charity, we have a Board of Trustees. Currently there are seven trustees and the current Chair is Jackie Charlton. Other trustees are Barry Sandilands, Rob Dunning, Eric Gower, Andrew Peach, Paul Watts and Jane Lee.
- Where to find us
Unless the week’s plan indicates something different, our activity will take place in Alder Carr woodland and meadow that adjoins the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal at Llangattock. See the site map here.
- Contact Us.
If you are interested in volunteering with us please contact Jackie Charlton, Chair by text 07444495633 or email email@example.com