Volunteer to maintain, conserve and enhance the Northern Slopes.
The Northern Slopes Initiative is a group of volunteers seeking to maintain, conserve and enhance the Northern Slopes. We have big ambitions as to how the Slopes can be a nature reserve for the health and well-being of people and wildlife.
Our ambitions are set out in our Plan.
- How you can help as an individual
- Become a Friend of the Slopes
- How you can help as a business
- How you can help as an educational organisation
How you can help as an individual
We have a number of activities which are held on the Slopes. These can be found on our what’s on and news pages. We would be pleased to see you.
Become a Friend of the Slopes
Since 2016 we have run a very simple scheme whereby anyone can contribute £5.00 per year toward the costs of improving the Slopes. Should you wish to become a Friend please download and fill in the form below and return it to the enclosed address. We do not use received funds for on-site maintenance or campaigning, they are used exclusively for the improvement the Slopes. Thanks go to Doug, Hedgehog, Julia, Mo, Hilma, David, Michael and others for their continuing support as a Friend.
Download the form here.
How you can help as a business
We have had significant help from companies and organisations in the past such as Environment Agency, Imperial Tobacco, Community Payback, Blue Sky, Avon Wildlife Trust, The Conservation Volunteers, Community Service Volunteers and others doing one off activities to help improve the Northern Slopes for the benefit of the community and wildlife.
We sometimes need specialist help – such as fundraising, publicity, design – if you have people willing to volunteer such skills we’d love to hear from you. Use our Contact Form to get in touch.
How you can help as an educational organisation
The Slopes are used by a number of primary schools and also youth groups for a range of activities – including Forest Schools, Survival Skills and Bushcraft. If you are interested in running an educational activity on the Slopes please contact Bristol City Council Parks Department.
All our meetings are open to the public.
If you want us to talk about something – and have a meeting about it please contact us.
If we call a meeting, in addition to our Annual General Meeting in January of each year, it will be advertised on the Events and News pages – and in our Newsletter.