Brighton Conservation Volunteers is a group of countryside enthusiasts from widely differing backgrounds, and of all ages and abilities, who share the enjoyment of working outdoors, the challenge of learning new skills and the satisfaction of making a contribution to the community.

We work in and around the Brighton area mostly on local nature reserves. Projects include coppicing, chalk grassland management, woodland conservation, pondwork, footpath building and maintenance, fencing and meadow management. If you'd like to join us but have more questions see our FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) page or you can read more about us .

Next Task

Tuesday, 22 August 2017 Ditchling Common Task: path clearing + bracken raking+ pond clearing. more...

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New Volunteers are always welcome.

We meet every Tuesday, absolutely no experience necessary.
Phone the contact number below or just turn up at the pickup point on the day.

Tel. 01273 736135

Latest News

Friday, 19 May 2017 LONGEST OUTDOOR STAIRWAY IN BRIGHTON? Our volunteers have completed a flight of more than 130 oak steps more...