Archive of: Youth Ranger

  • Be part of something

    Be part of something

    As part of #IWill Week, a Youth Ranger blogs about how volunteering has helped them gain confidence and experience

  • Bags of Fun

    Bags of Fun

    Thanks to a £3,000 donation from the Southern Co-operative’s ‘Love Your Neighbourhood’ campaign, we have been able to develop our work with children and young people.

  • Converting to conservation

    Converting to conservation

    Craig Ifield aged 19, joined Wild About Worthing’s Youth Rangers 6 months ago on the recommendation of his Environmental Sciences teacher. Find out how he got on.

  • Pond Heroes

    Pond Heroes

    Five Sussex Wildlife Trust Youth Rangers aged 16-25 are restoring an overgrown pond at Thomas A Becket Junior School in Glebeside Avenue, Worthing. Pupils aged 7-11 will use it for pond dipping activities and learn all about the amazing world of underwater wildlife living right on their doorstep.

  • Let's Make Every Child Wild

    Let's Make Every Child Wild

    Wildlife Rangers Christmas bash at Seven Sisters Country Park on 12 December and Stanmer Park in Brighton on 22 December where we’ll be making festive wreaths, fire lighting, whittling and cooking

  • Wild Youths

    Youth Ranger in actionAuthor Tom ForwardGatwick Greenspace Partnership Community Project OfficerWhat a year it has been for both our Wildlife Rangers(12-16s) and Youth Rangers (16-25s) groups! These great young people have
  • Changing horizons

    Author James RobertsWork Experience Placement with Gatwick GreenspaceJames Roberts aged 22 from Crawley, was referred to us for a work experience placement via the Job Centre. He joined the weekly Youth Rangers group and our regular conservation work parties.
  • The White Hawk soars again!

    youth rangers working on the hawk / Paul GorringeAuthor Huw MorganPeople and Wildlife Officer (Brighton)The Sussex Wildlife Trust Youth Rangers were involved in an unusual
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