Guide to Newquay and Cornwall

Nothing More to Do.

If you feel like you’ve already experience the rest of Newquay and you are so sick and tired of spending you’re money? Want to spend your time for a good cause? Why don’t you try to be a volunteer?
Volunteerism may be defined as contributing one’s time, talent and special abilities for charitable, educational, social, political and many other worthwhile purposes that usually in one’s community freely without asking or expecting any compensation.

In this case, let’s see what we could still do in Newquay.

There are still a lot to see and do in Newquay. And one of which is being a volunteer. There are a lot to volunteerism here in Newquay. From conservation work to animal welfare, community radio to fundraising, oh, well, the sky is the limit.

It is not hidden to us that Newquay is so blessed with so many beautiful beaches. Why not trying to be a volunteer for maintaining the beaches beautiful, safe and clean? You can take volunteer work for the RNLI or Royal National Lifeboat Institution in which they have opportunities for all the family under their Shorething Volunteer Education Programme. You can check out more from them through their website

Not for the seaside? Then try looking at the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers who operates and organise a huge range of valuable conservation projects UKwide as well as conservation holidays. Aside from that, you can also try Cornwall Wildlife Trust who have opportunities in education, garden work, monitoring and research, otter survey work or longer term reserves work.

There are still a lot more. What are you waiting for? You can help save the environment and yet you are making friends and enjoying the rest of Newquay.

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