Can you offer a few hours of your time to make Croydon a better place for wildlife and people?
The Conservation Volunteers (TCV Croydon)
Pond Cottage, Conduit Lane, Croydon, CR0 5RQ. Tel: 020 8726 0974, www.tcv.org.uk email@example.com
Action For Croydon’s Environment
In Croydon, volunteers put in thousands of hours of conservation work each year, improving biodiversity andencouraging use of local open spaces. TCV is the organisation that leads thisvoluntary activity, supporting individuals and groups in hands on practical activity. We work in partnership with Croydon Council and the City of London, who support our activities. Click here to download the latest task list (324Kb PDF) or go to our Facebook page www.facebook.com/btcvcroydon.
City of London
For volunteering opportunities on Farthing Downs, Riddlesdown, Coulsdon Common and Kenley Common see the Other Groups page.
Croydon Conservation Volunteers
132 Purley Oaks Road, South Croydon. Tel. 020 8657 4577.
The group meets on different Sundays each month to work on various sites in Croydon, mostly on City of London sites. They carry out a wide variety of work, ranging from woodland work, bog garden management, hedge laying, access work, to improving chalk grassland and heathland sites.
Click here to download the CCV task list (5.5Mb PDF).
Downlands Countryside Management Project
DCMP carries out work both in Croydon and beyond. Our programme includes practical tasks dates and events, which we hope you will find interesting, challenging and worthy of joining. Please feel welcome to come along. We'd be delighted to see you! For details about upcoming events please visit
Friends of Foxley meet on the second Sunday of each month (except November when we meet on the third Sunday) and the last Wednesday of each month (except December) to carry out work to preserve and enhance the habitat mixture.
Hutchinson's Bank Volunteers
On second and third Sundays each month and every Tuesday volunteers are removing scrub to restore chalk grassland. We meet at 10.30am in Farleigh Dean Crescent which is accessible either from Featherbed Lane or by walking down from the tram terminus in New Addington. There are permanent water supplies in five fenced paddocks which are grazed at various times by sheep, ponies, etc.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 020 8651 0558
Or email@example.com 020 8289 3839
For information on guided walks see the Croydon Council publication Walk Croydon-Into the Great Green Yonder.
Friends of Kings Wood meet every Tuesday morning.
Friends of Littleheath Woods meet every Tuesday morning for a variety of tasks. If you are interested in joining a work party or helping in any other way, then please ring Chris on 020 8651 4914.
London Wildlife Trust
The group has work mornings in the park on the last Saturday of every month except December.