Volunteering

The assistance of volunteers is crucial to the success of this project.
It is open to anyone age 16 and above.

We are currently seeking:

Wildlife Conservation Volunteers to help with regular practical workdays to preserve and improve the site for wildlife. This is the perfect way to protect and improve our natural world while learning new skills, keeping fit and meeting like-minded people.
The workdays take place on Fridays and first Saturday of each month.

Researchers
We would like you to research the lives of people buried in the churchyard to discover the many roles they had played in the life of Hampstead.
The collated information will be used to establish the format of a guided walk and a sound trail.
The volunteers can contribute just a few hours or take part throughout the 2-year project.

Tour Guides to conduct monthly tours to the general public. You can also help with producing a commentary about each stage/place of the tour and researching lives of the people buried in the churchyard.
The volunteers can contribute just a few hours or take part throughout the 2-year project.

Education Assistants to help with developing and delivering an education programme to school groups in Key Stages1-4 on site. This role will provide an excellent work experience and opportunity to learn how an environmental education programme is delivered.
The volunteers will be expected to contribute for at least 3 months.
Applicants will be subject to CRB check

Events Assistants to help with organising and delivering events to general public such as wildlife workshops and guided walks. This role involves dealing with the public, designing and delivering activities and making links with various community groups.
The volunteers can contribute just a few hours during individual events or take part throughout the 2-year project.

Graphic Designers are needed to help design and print our informative wildlife and tomb trail leaflets, posters advertising our programmes and events.
The volunteers can contribute just a few hours or take part throughout the 2-year project.

Wildlife Surveyors to undertake wildlife monitoring from casual surveys to more detailed butterfly transect and breeding birds surveys. Also, we would like to encourage students to use the site for their dissertation research.
This is a good opportunity to gain experience if you’re working towards a career in conservation or if you are interested in learning more about wildlife.

To get involved and more information please contact:
Honia Bor, project officer
Telephone: 020 7974 5178 or 07920 743286
Email: honorata.bor@camden.gov.uk