Volunteers play a vital role in running Samphire Hoe, either by being Volunteer Rangers or coming along on volunteer days. To find out more, please contact us or speak to one of the rangers.
Volunteer Days are held at the Hoe to help look after it, on a regular basis. Activities range from beach cleaning to sea couch grass planting and vegetation control.
To help with the day to day running of the Hoe, there is a vital team of Volunteer Rangers. They help to manage the site by keeping an eye on things, doing wildlife surveys, checking on the sheep grazing the banks and talking to visitors.
Missions of the Volunteer Rangers:
- Welcoming and talking to visitors
- Helping with the running of Samphire Hoe
- Keeping an eye on the Hoe
- Doing wildlife surveys
- Checking on the sheep grazing on the Hoe.
Volunteer Rangers are provided with a polo shirt, sweatshirt, fleece jacket and a coat and all the necessary training. Their Samphire Hoe parking permit allows them free parking at any time.