Friends of Beecraigs Country Park
Are you interested in volunteering at Beecraigs Country Park? We have a list of practical outdoor tasks planned for the Park and the 'Friends' group for 2022, to help make Beecraigs an even better place to visit.
The Friends of Beecraigs
The Friends of Beecraigs group aims to enable and encourage the local community to take an interest in the Park. The group focus on the upkeep, enjoyment and protection of the Park, by carrying out tasks such as vegetation control, tree management and maintenance of waymarked and mountain bike routes.
For those looking to carry out practical work in the Park, there are monthly opportunities to carry out all kinds of maintenance work with the Friends group. There is also a mountain-bike sub group for those interested in helping with the upkeep of the mountain bike trails.
You may prefer to come to the Park and carry out tasks on your own or with a friend - if this is something you would be interested in then arrangements can also be made with the Ranger Service to do so.
If you would like to contribute to your local Country Park by volunteering, please contact the Ranger Service at Beecraigs Visitor Centre, or email Bronwen.firstname.lastname@example.org. No experience necessary, just plenty of enthusiasm and keen interest in the outdoors!
West Lothian Volunteer Ranger Service
The Volunteer Ranger Service offers additional volunteering opportunities across West Lothian, with sessions running on one Sunday and one Thursday per month. Planned practical outdoor tasks include vegetation control, tree management and pond work and sites include Beecraigs, Polkemmet and Almondell & Calderwood Country Parks, as well as other local green spaces.
No experience is necessary to get involved.
For details of future sessions, please contact our Ranger on Bronwen.email@example.com