Welcome to Mud, Sweat and Volunteers

The National Trust manages over 5000 Hectares of Strangford Lough (on the east coast of Northern Ireland) and much of its surrounding farmland and woodland, within one of the most scenic and biologically diverse landscapes in the country.  Our small team of staff are fortunate to have the support of a dedicated group of volunteers, without who’s help; we really couldn’t achieve a fraction of our projects.  Every day brings something new, interesting and often unexpected.

The following blog reflects the personal experiences of the staff and volunteers who are lucky enough to experience such a special place.  We hope it inspires you to get out there and explore it for yourself and perhaps encourages you to join our volunteer group to help protect our precious natural spaces.

If you would like to find out more about the work of the National Trust volunteer group at Strangford Lough, contact Craig at craig.mccoy@nationaltrust.org.uk

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About National Trust Volunteer Group

We are a group of National Trust Countryside Wardens and Volunteers who regularly get together to do a number of interesting projects to inhance our countryside and wildlife. We spend most of our time around the internationally important site of Strangford Lough and some near by countryside sites. If you ever fancy joining us for a day out, you will be made most welcome.
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One Response to Welcome to Mud, Sweat and Volunteers

  1. Eva McAteer says:

    Lovely informative blog! Good work everyone : )

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