Somerset Wildlife Trust

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Wildlife Watch Leaders and Helpers


If you are passionate about inspiring the next generation, you may be interested in becoming a Wildlife Watch leader or helper. 


Wildlife Watch is the Wildlife Trust's junior club and there are currently eight groups in Somerset that meet regularly to take part in fun wildlife activities. Helpers would need to be available for a morning of activities, usually once a month, on a Saturday or Sunday. Group leaders would need to have a little more time to plan and organise activities.  


Volunteer with your local family club

All our clubs would welcome an extra pair of hands and there are clubs meeting near:

  • Glastonbury
  • Bruton
  • Yeovil
  • Cheddar
  • Frome
  • Minehead
  • Taunton

At the moment we are particularly in need of leaders for our Taunton Deane group and West Mendip group. We are also looking to set up new clubs in different parts of the county if you would like to set-up a new club for families near you. 


Get in touch

If you would like to try volunteering with our Wildlife Watch clubs please contact the Trust's Watch Co-ordinator, Jolyon Chesworth on



Minibeast investigation   

Wildlife Watch

Upton Noble 2

Harridge Woods