Volunteering

Volunteering is a hugely valuable and rewarding experience for both volunteers and the communities they support.

As well as making a positive difference in your community volunteering can help you:

  • learn and develop new skills
  • meet lots of new people
  • enhance your CV and make yourself more employable.

Case studies

Bridge Community Farms

A social enterprise and working farm, based in Ellesmere Port, that brings people together from all parts of the local community and offers those in need a helping hand.

Friends of Anderton and Marbury (FoAM)

A group of local residents that came together to support, influence and play an active role in the future of Northwich Woodlands.

Friends of Cuddington Railway Station

A group of local residents that created and maintain flower beds and planters to enhance Cuddington Railway Station.

Parkgate Community Spirit

A community group taking pride in Parkgate and working together to create a cleaner, tidier and nicer place for residents and visitors.

Frodsham Transition Initiative

This group helps the Frodsham community to live a more sustainable way of life and to become happier and more resilient in the face of global uncertainties.

Friends of Westminster Park

The Friends of Westminster Park is an umbrella organisation for the park’s wide range of sporting and recreational groups and local residents who use the park.

Turning Point

Turning Point uses volunteering as an aid to recovery and the support they give has a positive impact on the local community.

Cheshire Wildlife Trust

Cheshire Wildlife Trust looks after a network of 45 nature reserve with habitats ranging from grasslands and wet meadows to reedbeds, coastal dunes and wetlands.