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BTCV is now the world's largest environmental volunteering charity.
The British Trust for Conservation Volunteers (BTCV) works with 628,000 volunteers per year and has a myriad of volunteering opportunities including volunteering holidays.
For every test drive booked for Honda's newest car, Lookers Honda will make a donation to the BTCV. Call 024 7663 9666 for details of a test drive.
Nature lovers can combine their passion for wildlife with one of many holidays organised by the charity BTCV (British Trust for Conservation Volunteers).
Anita Prosser is the head of international development for the Trust for Conservation Volunteers (BTCV), an organisation that offers conservation holidays in the UK and abroad.
There are four main operators who offer these type of holidays - the Earthwatch Institute, National Trust Working Holidays, BTCV Conservation Holidays and BUNAC.
She worked at the mill for seven years, but did "quite a lot" of volunteering in her spare time for the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers (BTCV).
The BTCV - formerly the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers - last year welcomed 500,000 people to help with its various projects.
Five long-term volunteers from British Trust for Conservation Volunteers (BTCV), Mark Williams, Nick Hodgkinson, Sarah Carter, Andrew Tiffany and Tim Howson, worked with BTCV volunteer coordinator Douglas Watson and Calderdale Countryside Volunteers, on Hoarside Moor, above Heptonstall.
"We are grateful to our industrial sponsors Able UK, who make the wardening possible, and all the volunteers from Durham County, Durham Heritage Coast, National Trust, Natural England, Hartlepool Rangers, BTCV and others who turn out each year to help us to put up the fence.
In October, environmental charity BTCV is encouraging families to join in with the Big Green Weekend as a chance to enjoy some of North Wales's breathing spaces such as St John's Community Garden in Old Colwyn and Padarn Country Park in Gwynedd.
Forestry Commission Wales (FCW) has joined forces with conservation charity British Trust for Conservation Volunteers (BTCV) to give jobseekers experience on a variety of tasks while benefiting the environment.
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