Wanted: conservation leader with passion’
CONSERVATION volunteers in Huntingdonshire are in need of a new leader. The district s RSPB group is seeking somebody with a passion for wildlife, who wants to do their bit for conservation. A leader does not need to be an expert on birds, but the role i
CONSERVATION volunteers in Huntingdonshire are in need of a new leader.
The district's RSPB group is seeking somebody with a passion for wildlife, who wants to do their bit for conservation.
A leader does not need to be an expert on birds, but the role involves increasing awareness about the RSPB in the local area. A programme secretary is also required to book speakers for meetings and organise venues.
Retiring group leader, Pam Peacock, said: "My 18 years as group leader have had their ups and downs, but I have enjoyed it immensely and I'm very proud to have helped the group to spread the RSPB message, a cause I believe in very much. I would recommend the role to anyone who cares about our wildlife and the environment."
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INFORMATION: For more details about the roles or the group's activities, contact Pam Peacock on 01487 840615, email: PamP@oldpostoffice.fsnet.co.uk or visit www.huntsrspb.co.uk.
The RSPB Huntingdonshire Local Group indoor meetings are on the last Wednesday of the month from September until April at the Free Church in St Ives. New members and volunteers always welcome.
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