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CPRE Oxfordshire is always seeking volunteers. We have a wide range of opportunities available, all over the county. It doesn’t matter how much time you can give – whether you can make a regular commitment or just help out for an occasional hour, we would still love to hear from you.

While skills and experience are necessary for some roles, there are plenty of tasks you could help us with whatever your knowledge or background and we will provide training as appropriate.

So what's in it for you?
Volunteering is for everyone: you'll meet new people, use your skills, learn new ones, have fun and do worthwhile things. It's a great way to explore and enjoy our local landscape. And you’ll be doing your bit to protect our countryside.

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Do you enjoy walking? 

Volunteers needed for the Oxford Green Belt Way
Two volunteers are required for Stage 8 - Hampton Poyle to Beckley (8.2 miles) and Stage 9 - Beckley to Thornhill (4.3miles). 

Volunteers would be required to walk their section at least once a year, ensuring any missing waymarks are replaced, trimming back any overgrown vegetation and reporting any issues.
Anyone interested should please contact Gordon Garraway, CPRE Oxfordshire Rights of Way Advisor: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 01235 522958 o
r call the CPRE Oxfordshire Branch Office on 01491 612029.


We have an ongoing need for:

  • district committee members to help steer and guide our work locally in the districts
  • planning volunteers to help our district groups monitor and respond to local planning applications and consultations
  • fundraising volunteers to help us raise money from individual donors, grants and trusts and corporate donors.

To find out more about opportunities to volunteer with us contact Becky Crockett, Office Administrator, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or telephone 01491 612079.


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