South Downs Youth Action Days
The beautiful South Downs are right on the doorstep of Winchester and are great for walkers, cyclists, runners or just someone who appreciates the beauty of nature.
You're never too young to admire the wonderful natural landscape we have around us and doing something active to conserve the natural world is very important.
South Downs Youth Action is organised by the South Downs National Park Authority volunteering team. The activities are led by their ranger teams and project staff who have a wealth of experience and knowledge in areas such as wildlife conservation, land management, cultural heritage, access to the countryside and environmental campaigning.
South Downs Youth Action (SDYA) is a youth volunteer programme run by the South Downs National Park Authority. The run volunteering sessions for young people aged 16-25. The sessions last for about 4 hours. The volunteers are looking for the following things:
- To make a difference for the environment
- Get experience towards a career
- Meet new people
- Support a college or university course
- Try something new
- Experience the South Down
So if you're passionate about making a difference for the environment and looking to learn some practical skills as well as gaining some knowledge of conservation, then this might just be exactly what you're looking for!