Green Angels is an exciting training opportunity with an environmental focus, giving you the chance to learn new skills, change your future prospects and make a difference in your community.
Our FREE courses cover subjects such as wildlife conservation, landscaping, environmental education, horticulture and more. Training programmes usually last around six weeks, with regular sessions that combine learning with hands-on experience.
Courses are running at Fort Burgoyne now
Due to the current circumstances regarding Coronavirus, we may have to cancel or postpone our courses at short notice, but we will endeavour to inform you of any changes or cancellations as soon as possible. If you are interested in getting involved, please still get in touch, and we will keep you informed about specific dates for courses when they are formally arranged.
Our proposed courses for the coming year are below:
To express your interest or to apply for one of the Green Angels opportunities in Fort Burgoyne, please either:
Please note that to ensure all needs are catered for, all applicants will also be required to complete and submit a welfare form before being accepted onto the course. Please only complete this form once you have discussed your chosen course with a member of the Green Angels team. To access the welfare form, you can either:
Courses will run within the Fort Burgoyne site and are delivered in partnership with The White Cliffs Countryside Partnership.
For further details or if you have any questions, contact Carolyn Hassall, Green Angels Project Manager, on 01925 852005 or 07795 256145, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
It is great to see people using the sites I manage, even if they often don't realise the work involved in keeping them safe and welcoming.
Charles Langtree, Estates Manager
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