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CPRE relies on the fantastic support of loyal volunteers to promote, enhance and protect a thriving and beautiful countryside. In Hampshire we have around 115 volunteers who help us in all areas of our organisation and we couldn’t provide the services we do without them.

We would love to hear from you if you can offer some time as a volunteer. There are lots of ways you could get involved, for example:

  • Joining one of our District Groups
  • Monitoring planning proposals in your area
  • Helping at local events
  • Raising the profile of CPRE Hampshire
  • Becoming a hedgerow hero volunteer

If you are interested in getting involved or would like to know more, please browse our current volunteering opportunities or contact us.

We want to give you a first-class experience when you volunteer and our dedicated volunteer hub Assemble is your one-stop place for everything you need to know about volunteering with us, from finding opportunities to guidance and support. You can apply for an opportunity using an easy online form and track your application every step of the way.

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So, if you are looking for the next adventure then why not join us and volunteer with CPRE Hampshire?

If you’ve got a spare few hours, want to help out at our events or even hold your own fundraising activity to support us, please browse our current volunteering opportunities or get in touch

Are you a Hedgerow Hero?

We are currently looking for volunteers to become involved in our current schedule of hedge planting dates, as part of the creation of the Hampshire Hedge.

Find out more here.

A big ‘Thank You’ to our current volunteers

We couldn’t do it without you and that’s a fact. As a charity known for ‘punching above it’s weight’ we have a small team of part-time staff with a broad range of volunteers whose knowledge, experience, passion, commitment and time means we can fulfil our vision and get the job done. Thank you.

As part of Volunteers’ Week 2022, our Chair, Margaret Paren, put her thoughts and thank you on film.