Volunteering in Welwyn Hatfield
26th August 2015
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Volunteering is a great way to get out and meet new people and do something good and worthwhile for your local community.  There are lots of opportunities to get involved in Welwyn Hatfield and, if you are looking for volunteers to help your project, write us a blog and we will post it on thebestof Welwyn and Hatfield website and Facebook pages.

Sometimes you just need to know where to look to discover what opportunities are out there. 

So, for starters, how about:

Panshanger Park Volunteer Group

Panshanger Park Volunteer Group has just celebrated its 1st anniversary.  It started with just 4 volunteers in July 2014 and now there are regularly over 25 local Welwyn Hatfield residents who turn up once a month on a Sunday morning to carry out practical task around the 1000 acre park and nature reserve led by Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.  Tasks vary by season but jobs include pond clearing, hedge planting and tree felling. Last month the volunteers helped clear a path around the Panshangar Great Oak to get ready for the opening of the Oak Trail.  If you’d like to get involved, learn more about wildlife and countryside management, gain new skills, get some exercise and meet new people, then contact jennifer.gilbert@hmwt.org or call her on 07793 305701.

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