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Corporate Volunteering

Volunteering with your workplace is a great opportunity for a team building day in the stunning location of the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It's a great opportunity to enjoy a motivational day alongside your colleagues in a beautiful location but it also gives your workplace the opportunity to give something back to the local environment and community. 

A corporate group enjoying the sunshine after a day's work at Bamburgh Castle

Coast Care can provide a bespoke volunteering experience for your team. Depending on the season and current sites Coast Care is assisting in the conservation and management, we will try to accommodate your enquiry and offer tasks on a site between Amble to Berwick upon Tweed. 

Corporate volunteering days will give the opportunity for your team to gain some hands on practical conservation experience, an opportunity to learn a new skill, improve health and wellbeing, assist with conservation of this landscape, help local wildlife habitats and hopefully give your staff a feel good feeling!  

A corporate group removing invasive species from Beadnell dunes

Coast Care will provide:

  • On-site health and safety briefing including training on tool use
  • First Aid
  • Equipment and materials
  • Refreshments (lunch can be provided at an extra cost)
  • Follow up promotion on social media to acknowledge and thank your workplaces contribution 

Work together as a team to make a real difference to our natural environment

We ask that corporate groups make a donation to the Coast Care Trust and recommend approximately £350/session to contribute towards the running costs of Coast Care. 

If you are interested in organising a bespoke volunteering day for your team then please contact Coast Care: or 07816 603953

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We are working together with Northumberland Coast AONB to look after our coastal environment.

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

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