Some people might prefer to volunteer at a time and place that suits them, rather than to be part of an organised group. We are currently developing these opportunities.
- Footpath Warden – walk the inland paths in your local area and report back on their condition. Training provided.
- Site Guardian – be a visible National Park presence at sites such as St Govan’s and St Davids Airfield. Take responsibility for regular checks of a site near you and report back on its condition and usage.
- Tree Warden – check on the condition of special trees in your area and report back. Several training opportunities.
- Heritage Guardian – monitor our heritage assets and report on their condition. Training provided.
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Volunteering at our Sites, Centres and Head Office
Volunteering for the National Park Authority doesn’t always mean working outdoors or travelling to different sites.
Helping the public to understand and enjoy the National Park
Are you interested in helping deliver the Authority's programme of activities and events, including guided walks?
Examples of other volunteering opportunities with groups and organisations with similar aims.
Volunteering case studies
Hear from people who’ve enjoyed helping out in various volunteering roles with the National Park Authority.