Now published: CJS Focus on Volunteering in association with the National Trust

35 pages in total with 46 placements, 85 regular volunteer positions and details of projects, groups and work parties. 5 articles: In the lead article from the National Trust, a spotlight is thrown on volunteer management, the way the Trust involves, supports and manages volunteers directly impacts on the volunteers ability to support and champion the cause. Keep Wales Tidy sees Corporate Social Responsibility as an opportunity to make significant positive changes to local communities and the environment across Wales. CSR is also a very good for a company’s image & the wellbeing of staff. Lancashire Wildlife Trust’s Biodiverse Society Project has succeeded in updating knowledge of Local Wildlife Site systems through engagement of volunteers, local naturalist groups & provision of wildlife survey training. Volunteers working across the 15 members of the UK National Park family are recognised at the annual Volunteer Awards. They provide much-deserved recognition for those generously donating their time. Since the launch of the Canal & River Trust in 2012 volunteer numbers have risen from a few hundred to today’s 2700 volunteers delivering 540,000 hours. CRT realises they need to know what volunteers want and act on suggestions to ensure those volunteers are happy. Read it here