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8th April 2021 by admin
The role of volunteer History Rangers is to visit and carry out surveys of heritage sites and 20th Century military buildings (particularly pillboxes) in the TTTV landscape; as the project progresses to be involved in works to restore, conserve and maintain many of these sites and to work with the Cultural Heritage Officer to identify […]
7th April 2021 by admin
You will be part of a survey and recording team responsible for increasing the number and quality of our biological records within the scheme area. You will be trained in different survey techniques, and how to use different platforms to record biological records (eg i-record app, database for Staffordshire Ecological Records Centre). The role will […]
The placement represents a unique opportunity to undertake training and develop skills and knowledge in order to further a career in biodiversity conservation, ecology and practical conservation tasks. The trainee (with support and training) will provide assistance to Transforming the Trent Valley staff in practical habitat management and restoration projects together with some field survey, […]
8th November 2020 by admin
Along the three rivers in the scheme area (Trent, Dove and Tame) a network of pillboxes, known as “Stop Line Number 5”, was constructed during the Second World War in response to the threat of invasion. The role of Volunteer Military Heritage Researchers is , working with the Staffordshire Records office, libraries and other archives, […]
18th February 2020 by admin
The Wildchild Activity volunteer will support the Wildchild Officer with the delivery of activities.
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