There are a variety of ways for you to get involved with the council and the community by volunteering.
The Tree Warden Scheme is a national network that enables people to play an active role in conserving and enhancing trees and woodlands in their local area.
Our Countrycare volunteers get involved in work ranging from habitat management work such as pond restoration, to building paths and countryside furniture and bridges. Help is always needed, so if you fancy getting involved in practical conservation work why not give it a try?
We have a wide range of interesting volunteering opportunities available for those looking to develop skills and meet new people in our friendly museum team.
VAEF is on the edge of the forest, at the heart of the community. Promoting, developing and supporting the voluntary sector. Services include
- Volunteer Centre Epping Forest
- Volunteer Centre Harlow
- Supported volunteering - learning disabilities
- Home safety
- Benefits advice
Volunteer Essex has information on recruiting volunteers and volunteering throughout Essex.