Get Involved

You can help us secure the future of our beautiful places and communities:

Become a volunteer

There’s a multitude of ways you can help the Trust and the AONB as a Volunteer, these are just some examples:

Volunteer with the Chase & Chalke Landscape Partnership

Volunteering is a key part of the work of the Chase & Chalke Landscape Partnership Scheme and there will be many and varied volunteering opportunities to get involved with. Projects span a wide variety of interests and all of them are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help ensure their success. Whether you’re interested in nature, wildlife, history, archaeology, creative arts or just getting out and about there’s a project for you. For example, you could become a Route Checker, a Dark Sky Custodian, a Practical Conservation Volunteer, or even a River Warden. If you’re interested in getting involved, the Chase & Chalke Landscape Partnership would love to hear from you. For further information, please the Chase and Chalk webpages.

Volunteer with the Cranborne Chase Landscape Trust

  • Help ‘on the ground’ with projects
  • Help us to plan and manage the Trust’s programmes and activities
  • Help with our online presence – website and social media
  • Help with fundraising – for example by hosting or helping at one of our regular local awareness events

To find out more and help us advise how best you might help, please contact us


The Trust is a charitable organisation run by volunteers and relies on the generosity of donors and grant awarding bodies to undertake its projects and activities.

In particular we are seeking help towards the following:

Small Projects Grant Scheme

This scheme will provide funding towards community landscape and wildlife conservation projects across the National Landscape.

We will shortly provide an easy way to donate towards our project work and activities, at this link. In the meantime, if you would like to make a donation towards our work, please contact us.

Thank you.