Keeping everyone safe

As per the latest government regulations, see our facilities available and extra measures we’re taking so you can enjoy your visit.

Live in Nottingham? We encourage everyone to walk or cycle to the park rather than by car, where possible, as this not only helps the environment, though keeps roads clear for the emergency services & keyworkers. All ways we can keep each other & the park safe.

Friends of Wollaton Park

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We are not recruiting to this role at present – email volunteer.programme@nottinghamcity.gov.uk to be added to the waiting list.

Would you like to help the Friends of Wollaton Park with conservation volunteering, litter picking or ranger tasks?

The Friends of Wollaton Park is an established project set up by local residents who love Wollaton Hall and Deer Park and they regularly help the Park Rangers with conservation volunteering.

They have lots of activities all year round you can get involved in, including: woodland management in their wildlife nature reserves, historic tours of the park, bat box making and other activities to keep the ground looking nice for visitors’ to enjoy.

Volunteer task days this year have involved:

  • Cleaning and conservation of rooms in the Hall
  • Restoration works inside the Camellia House
  • Replacing conservation fencing
  • Rhododendron clearing
  • Clearing Mrs Barlow’s Stables
  • Actively supporting the Walled Garden project
  • Becoming a member costs just £5 a year.

To find out more, email the group or call Mark on 07747 616680. Find them on Facebook: Friends of Wollaton Park.

We are not recruiting to this role at present – email volunteer.programme@nottinghamcity.gov.uk to be added to the waiting list.

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