Volunteer now to become a Tree Warden for Bognor Regis!
Published: 25 June 2019
The Bognor Regis in Bloom Working Group are looking for a willing and enthusiastic volunteer to become a Tree Warden for Bognor Regis!
Tree Wardens are volunteers who play a active role in conserving trees and woods in their communities. The types of activities that Tree Wardens can get involved in include:
- surveying local trees and gathering information about them
- liaising with the local community
- protecting trees and woods
- organising activities, such as planting and caring for new trees.
The role is entirely voluntary, and the Bognor Regis in Bloom Working Group will choose an applicant, they think best befits the role and will give them a trial period.
You do not have to be a tree 'expert' to apply, just enthusiastic and willing to learn and give a little time here and there!
Training and support will be provided by West Sussex County Council, including an induction pack, which has all the information needed to get started.
If you feel you may be interested in applying for the role, or to find out more information, please contact the Bognor Regis in Bloom Committee Clerk, Rebecca Vervecken, by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org