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Volunteer voices: thank you Beth!

Hi, my name is Beth and I am currently studying Physical Geography at Durham University.

The first time I heard about the LANCE trust was at a local Earth Day where I chatted to one of the trustees about their work and ambitions for the future. From this, I wanted to get involved!


I grew up near Long Ashton and have always enjoyed the green spaces and wildlife near my house so it’s important for me to protect these for current and future generations to enjoy.


The climate and biodiversity crises are causing our local environment to be under great threat. So, it only felt right to get involved and do all I can to improve the situation and that is why I decided to volunteer for the LANCE trust.


I have helped to collect data that will be used locally and nationally, to inform decisions about the sustainable management of the environment.

The volunteering has been great! I have enjoyed improving my ability to identify butterflies, tree and other plant species, as well as gaining a better understanding of sustainable environmental practices.


Using these skills, I have helped to collect data that will be used locally and nationally to inform decisions about the sustainable management of the environment. Therefore, I know the time I have given has gone to good use.


I would recommend volunteering with the LANCE trust to anyone who wishes to take positive action for a better environment in our local area. The team are lovely and appreciate anytime you can give so everyone should get involved.



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