Current opportunities

On this page you will find our current volunteering opportunities.

If you would like to volunteer out with the available roles please email, please include your location and details of how you would like to help BBCT.

If you are within Cornwall, Devon or Somerset we can put you directly in touch with our Local Volunteer Coordinators. To find out how you can get involved locally, please email

  • Get involved in bumblebee survey work

BBCT runs the national bumblebee recording scheme, BeeWalk, to help us understand bumblebee populations across the UK, and you can help! Visit the Surveys page of our website to find out more about how you can get involved.

To register for BeeWalk visit the BeeWalk website at

  • Get involved with Pollinating the Peak!

If you live in Derbyshire and would like to get involved with our exciting education and community engagement focused project Pollinating the Peak, email Rhodri Green, the projects Community and Engagement Officer to find out how to get involved

  • Stall Organiser - London

We are looking for volunteers to organise and hold stalls at a variety of events in London over the summer. Our London volunteer team are receive many requests to attend events to raise awareness about bumblebees and we are looking for more support to do this. If you are organised, enthusiastic and enjoy talking to be people we'd love to hear from you. Please see the full role profile for further details.

Click here to see the role profile.

Email to apply for this role.

  • Stall Assistant - London

Would you like to help our London volunteers raise awareness of bumblebees? If you enjoy talking to people about bumblebees and/or wildlife friendly garden please get in touch to help support our London Volunteer Team deliver events across London over the summer. Please see the full role profile for further details.

Click here to see the role profile.

Email to apply for this role.

“Bumblebees are lovely little creatures - their bright stripes and gentle buzz bring colour and sound to our summer gardens. They are also very important because they pollinate our wildflowers and crops. Sadly things aren't going well and some species are threatened with extinction.
I'm really concerned by these declines and I'm pleased to support the work of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust." 

Kate Humble
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