What can I do?
We have a range of opportunities to get involved including:
Visitor Services Volunteers
We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help our visitors get the most out of their visit to Dalby. You could be giving general information about the facilities, advising on the best cycle trail or explaining where to spot our Gruffalo!
Volunteering with us is a great way to get outside, meet people, learn something new and develop new skills – all in the beautiful setting of Dalby Forest!
We have a new partnership volunteering opportunity to work for both the Forestry Commission and the North York Moors National Park in their visitor centres.
Add a bit of variety to your role, and benefit by being able to talk to visitors about both organisations and locations.
Friends of Dalby Forest volunteers
Friends of Dalby Forest work in partnership with the Forestry Commission on a variety of different tasks and events throughout the year, with regular meetings the 2nd Sunday of every month.
Bike Trail volunteering
Dalby has some fantastic mountain bike trails and we work with volunteers to develop and maintain these. SingletrAction run regular volunteer days on the mountain bike trails in Dalby Forest and Stainburn in partnership with the Forestry Commission
The Big Forest Find
We're recruiting volunteers to join us as part of the Big Forest Find taking place across the country. From birds and butterflies, to insects and plant life on the forest floor, play a key role on this journey of discovery through England’s wooded landscapes as part of our centenary celebrations. We have 3 roles available - as a nature expert, a facilitator or a number cruncher. To find out more about these roles visit The Big Forest Find volunteers or to get involved please email email@example.com
Volunteering opportunities in the area
The Friends of Guisborough Forest and Walkway are a very active group working in partnership with the Forestry Commission and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council. Help out with tasks in the forest and along the old railway line or come along and help at an event.