Friends of the Cornfield Project, Coleraine
Interested in getting outdoors, learning new skills and meeting like-minded people? Then our volunteer programme could be for you – meeting on a fortnightly basis to manage and maintain your local green space at the Cornfield, Coleraine.
Voluntary work can be inspiring and rewarding – a real learning experience. You can develop new practical skills, meet new people and learn about your local environment. Volunteering can help you gain confidence and self-esteem and can also have health benefits as you are being active outdoors. You can really make a difference to your local green space by protecting it and improving it for the benefit of the local wildlife and community. Volunteering provides opportunities to enhance your CV and is highly commended by employers and of course, it can be great fun.
Our ‘Friends of’ volunteer group will undertake a wide range of tasks at the Cornfield such as tree planting, site clean-ups, alien species removal, wildflower meadow management, gardening activities, creating homes for wildlife and much more….
Commencing: Wednesday 8th March 2017 from 10.30am -12.30pm
Group Meeting Point: Community Gardens @ The Cornfield Project, Hartford Park, Ballysally, Coleraine
Advice to Participants: This is an outdoor venue, participants should be prepared for inclement weather and come equipped with suitable outdoor clothing and footwear. Bring your own refreshments if required.
Volunteers are required to complete a registration form available from Focus on Family or Millburn Community Association offices or using the contact details below.
Further details and to register interest:
Tel: (028) 7032 9550 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org