The Harpenden Town Council Mission Statement - To promote the area as a place to live, a place to work, a place to invest and a place to visit
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Volunteering Opportunities

Volunteering Opportunities in Harpenden

  • More information about the Snow Angels Community Volunteer Scheme can be found here.
  • More information about participating in the bee, bat, butterfly, and hedgehog wildlife surveys can be found here

Harpenden is a caring, sharing town and behind the scenes, there is an army of volunteers helping the local community.  

Harpenden Town Council volunteers help with common project days, clearing shrub and undertaking projects like heather restoration on the Common.  There are also volunteers at Batford Springs Local Nature Reserve, helping manage Harpenden's only local nature reserve, with the River Lea running through it.  

We are also seeking local expertise to support us in carrying out ecological surveys including bat and butterfly surveys.

If you're interested in helping with one of our projects please contact Karen Poore: or 01582 463661

The Nickey Line runs from Harpenden through to Hemel Hempstead, with a group of dedicated volunteers working with St Albans District Council to keep this green corridor running through the countryside alive and well.   

Volunteers Working on Harpenden Common

There are other ways to volunteer including Volunteer for Harpenden, an organisation signposting volunteers to opportunities in Harpenden and CVS St Albans, where there are hundreds of roles on their website; including fundraising, driving, conservation, befriending and helping at events. 

Last updated about 1 year ago