Make a Difference
We have a wide range of volunteering opportunities across the Chilterns and are always looking for new people to get involved and join our ever growing team of over 500 volunteers.
Browse the vacancy board below and apply online if you’re interested or would like further information on any of the roles.
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Path Rep Vacancy for Lewknor
The Chiltern Society has a network of volunteer path reps who monitor the rights of way in their parish by walking them at least twice a year and also carrying out very light maintenance work to ensure that footpaths and bridleways are kept as accessible as possible. There is a vacancy for a path rep… LEARN MORE
Central Path Maintenance Volunteers (PMVs) Quarter Master
The Central PMV group is looking for a new Quartermaster. This is a key role in the Group and compromises: Loading the Group’s trailer with the tools required for a morning’s work parties. Towing the trailer to the designated pub’ which is to be the meeting point for the work parties. Towing the trailer back… LEARN MORE
Volunteers Invited to Join the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Group
Location: Chilterns Wide Hours: Variable The GIS (Geographic Information Systems) group was formed in 2016 to introduce computer-based mapping to the Chiltern Society. The small group of 5-6 individuals from fields as diverse as I.T. and city planning meet once quarterly to further the adoption of modern mapping techniques in the Society’s different departments. Initially,… LEARN MORE
Planning Field Officers
Location: Chilterns Wide, please refer to list of specific areas below Hours: Variable, depending on location and how much you’re able to commit. This is a very flexible volunteer role. Are you concerned about new developments in your local area? If so, we’d like you to join our friendly Planning Group. As an organisation, we… LEARN MORE
Chilterns Heritage Festival Committee Members
The Chiltern Society Heritage Festival Committee has successfully organised and run the Chilterns Heritage Festival over the last two years and is now planning a brilliant programme of events for the 2020 Festival which will take place from 19th September – 4th October. LEARN MORE
Lacey Green Windmill Wardens
Lacey Green Windmill is the oldest surviving smock mill in England; its important timber machinery is over 350 years old. By the late 1960s the mill had deteriorated and was on the verge of collapse. Restoration started in 1971 and it took more than fifteen years for Chiltern Society volunteers to return it to glory. LEARN MORE