Wrexham County Borough Council’s Volunteers
Welcome to Wrexham County Borough Council’s Volunteers webpage. Here you will find information on what you can do to help improve and maintain the network of Public Rights of Way in the County Borough.
There are 525 miles of recorded Public Rights of Way in Wrexham. As you can imagine, a lot of work goes in to ensuring that the network of Public Rights of Way is open, accessible and easy to use. By becoming a volunteer you can help the County Borough maintain its recorded Public Rights of Way and enable the public to enjoy the beautiful countryside and urban areas that Wrexham has to offer.
The number of volunteers carrying out various jobs on Public Rights of Way has steadily increased in recent years. Whether it be to keep fit and active, or something to do in your spare time, everyone in the Public Rights of Way team is grateful for the help provided. To give credit to those already involved and to increase publicity of the opportunities available, we are starting a Volunteers section.
- Why not take a look at those already involved
- Add your name or organisation to our list of Volunteers
- Have a look at what type of work you can get involved with
Unfortunately we cannot organise and supervise voluntary working parties as this is beyond our resources, but if you are particularly interested in more demanding work, feel free to contact the following:
- Groundwork North Wales (external site)
- Wrexham’s Country Parks
- British Trust for Conservation Volunteers (external site)
All parties are experienced in this field of work.
Wrexham County Borough Council is not responsible for the content of external websites.
If you are a member of a Community Council, walking group or voluntary organisation and are interested in getting involved, click on the link below that applies to you: