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Volunteer today
Volunteer today

We have a range of activities suitable for all the family! 

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Enjoy a Staff Day Out
Enjoy a Staff Day Out

Why not enjoy a staff day out with our corporate volunteering?  We offer a wide range of activities.

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Want to Protect Red Squirrels?
Want to Protect Red Squirrels?

Join the Coastal Red Squirrel Group and make a difference.

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Join Our Volunteer Community

Our volunteers range from college students, graduates and retirees... we have a role to suit you and your lifestyle!

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Practical Conservationist

Practical Conservationist

Ideal for: Outdoor enthusiasts

Working outdoors to protect the Northumberland coastal region.

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Site Warden

Site Warden

Ideal for: People who want to care for 'their patch'

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Wildlife Surveyor

Wildlife Surveyor

Ideal for: Learning more about nature

A chance to record wildlife and help local conservation.

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Volunteer

Watch our film made by Coast Care volunteers! An incredible story of working together to make a difference forever.  

Click on the end of this link to view:

https://player.vimeo.com/video/446500563

Coast Care is an exciting initiative designed to support volunteers of all ages and abilities to help care for the beautiful Northumberland coast.

With support from the The National Lottery Heritage Fund, we are working together with the Northumberland Wildlife Trust, Seahouses Development Trust and Northumberland Coast AONB to look after the sweeping sandy beaches, rolling dunes, village greens and community spaces, farmland and grasslands, which make up our coastal environment.

Our Partners

With support from the Heritage Lottery Fund, we are working together with Northumberland Wildlife Trust, Seahouses Development Trust and Northumberland Coast AONB to look after our coastal environment.

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Blog

The Farne Islands Trip That Never Was

The Farne Islands Trip That Never Was

30th September 2020

Today 40 of our most dedicated volunteers were due to set sail from Seahouses Harbour for a socially...

Volunteers increase Bamburgh Castle’s Biodiversity

Volunteers increase Bamburgh Castle’s Biodiversity

11th September 2020

A recent plant survey undertaken by Coast Care volunteers has revealed that our work at Bamburgh Cas...

"I met some wonderful people and really felt that my work helped make a difference to my local area."

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