Jobs and volunteering at the Railway Land

The Railway Land Wildlife Trust in Lewes has an exciting new job vacancy for a project officer leading on wildlife discovery. Plus lots of rewarding conservation volunteer opportunities both on the Railway Land and the new wetland created by the Cockshut Stream Restoration Project (pictured).

Job Opportunity- Project Officer leading in Wildlife Discovery

The RLWT is looking for a passionate, knowledgeable natural world enthusiast with a desire to pass on their knowledge to others and the curiosity to keep learning.

The Project Officer will be working across two projects – the NatureLinks Community Action Project which will form the main part of this role (three days a week), and supporting the Wellbeing in Nature project in the delivery of eight wildlife discovery sessions per year (equating to 0.5 days a week). While some areas of project delivery are already clearly defined, there is also the potential to shape future delivery; a candidate is being sought who can develop ideas in a constructive, collaborative way.

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Cockshut Stream Restoration and Meadow Minders Volunteering Opportunities

The Railway Land is very happy to welcome Beverley Hunnybun to its team! Beverley will be leading conservation volunteer groups on the Railway Land (the Meadow Minders) and at the incredibly exciting new wetland that has been created by the Cockshut Stream Restoration Project.

You can read more about the project at and if you would like to know more about volunteering contact Beverley at