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BTCV (British Trust for Conservation Volunteers)

About this organisation

BTCV is a national conservation charity. With groups of volunteers we carry out conservation projects to improve environment.

This organisation covers the following geographical area(s)

Greater Nottingham

Meeting Place Address

Outside Royal Centre
South Sherwood Street

Meeting Details

Conservation days - Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays each week. Transport provided to and from sites. Pick up - outside the Royal Concert Hall. Wear suitable clothing and sturdy footwear, and bring a packed lunch. Extra protective clothing,tea and biscuits are provided. Drop off time is usually between 4pm and 5pm

Disabled Facilities:

Yes (training centre is suitable)


Name : Mr Ian Ward

Position : Project Officer

Work Telephone : 0115 931 3316



Conservation Training Centre
Chestnut Grove
Burton Joyce
NG14 5DZ

Website links

Other Information

To find out information on task days go to: and click Volunteer - East Midlands region - Nottinghamshire Field Office. Also Facebook page listed under BTCV Nottinghamshire Field Office.

This organisation is currently listed under the following categories

Last updated 05/04/2014


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