22nd July 2016
Working with schools and local communities, Cumbernauld Living Landscape project aims to reconnect local people to nature to improve the green network in Cumbernauld.
Local communities can get involved by participating in monthly volunteer work parties (called The Nature Ninja's) led by Tracy Lambert, our Community Engagement Officer.
Hello! I'm Peter, and I'm the Volunteer Development Officer for the Trust. We hope you find these pages easy to use. If you're still unsure about something, you might want to check out our FAQs.
Alternatively, if you'd like to talk to me about any aspect of volunteering, please don't hesitate to give me a call on 0131 312 4732 or follow the links below.
Being a Wildlife Watch Leader is inspirational. The children are so enthusiastic about everything we do.
It’s a great opportunity to do something positive with retirement. I like the flexibility of turning up when I can.
A tree can’t say 'don’t cut me down'. I feel like I am helping to provide a 'voice' for wildlife and habitats.
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