Workington Nature Partnership is a joint venture between Workington Town Council and Allerdale Borough Council. The partnership is designed to support the natural environment in and around Workington by undertaking a wide range of conservation activities on our nature reserves, parks, open spaces, woodlands and access networks. The initiative provides a great opportunity for volunteers of all ages and abilities to get involved in improving the land on their doorstep.
The work of the Nature Partnership is so important to our wildlife, click each of the areas below for more information.
For a list of Workington Nature Partnership events, please click here to visit their Facebook page. There really are some great opportunities to get involved, help out, meet new people and learn something new.
The Partnership received Heritage Lottery Funding to review its resilience in 2018. You can read the report here.
Fancy getting involved?
They are always looking for volunteers who can help with improving, developing and maintaining our parks, open spaces and nature reserves. depending on the season we can offer a wide range of activities such as woodland management, scrub clearance, meadow cutting, recording local wildlife, path maintenance, control of invasive species, tree planting and other conservation activities.
If you are interested, please contact the Workington Nature Partnership Officer.