About Nature's World
Since the closure of the Nature's World site in 2013, the carefully maintained garden and water features have gradually been overtaken by nature and lost their individual identity. The Friends of Natures World group were given permission in 2014 to rescue and revive these features back to their original condition.
The 26 acre site is a mix of maintained areas and open woodland which includes a River Tees model, gardens such as the Japanese Garden, the Apothecary Garden and a permaculture Forest Garden.
About the Friends of Nature's World
The Friends of Nature's World is a community group dedicated to reviving the Nature's World green spaces, water features & establishing new habitats for wildlife. The group meets at the Nature's World former tea room Thursdays & Saturdays at 10am. Family volunteer sessions are 10.30am-12 noon on Saturdays only. They host public conservation-based events throughout the year.
How to get involved
If you're interested please complete the online expression of interest form.
It's essential that prospective volunteers complete the volunteer registration form, which ensures insurance cover whilst volunteers are working on the site.