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The National Lottery Heritage Fund project seeks to recruit, train and organise volunteers of all ages in areas such as gathering and sharing heritage resources, maintaining the woodland areas, supporting biodiversity, creating a regular community newsletter, setting up children’s activities and leading on or supporting events. We are also looking for local groups and organisations with great ideas which could be ideal for the park.

Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to be part of an exciting project! If you would like to volunteer, please see the opportunities listed below or contact us with your idea.

How to get involved

Friends of Brinton Park

As part of our Heritage Fund grant, we need to set up a new Friends of Brinton Park group. The previous group finished meeting in 2012 as they felt they didn’t have a focus for their volunteering. A new Facebook group started up in 2018 following vandalism to the play area and residents are clearly passionate about their park.  In 2019 we had volunteering opportunities and activities.

The friends group meet monthly, to get involved please visit their website or Facebook page.

For details of the next meeting please see Friends of Brinton Park | Facebook

Visitor ambassadors

As part of the conditions of our Heritage Fund grant, we need to regularly gather feedback about the park from visitors and local people. This role could also involve notifying the project team of any problems within the park. We hope this role will be linked to the Friends group.

Heritage team

One of the project’s objectives is to bring together a wealth of information about the history and heritage of Brinton Park. Volunteers who are interested in these aspects could be asked to: gather heritage resources from the local community, (including oral histories, film, photographs and more) and/or prepare them for inclusion in our digital archive.  We hope this role will be linked to the Friends group.

Project newsletter

If you have something to say about Brinton Park and the local area, submit editorial to  You could assist us with a number of journalistic tasks, such as: interviewing people for articles, taking photographs of events or creating games and quizzes.

Brinton Park project steering group and open meetings

The park’s steering group is made up of local residents, key partners and local authority officers – all of whom have an interest in making sure the park is the best it can be. We need residents of Kidderminster to attend friends and open meetings and special events to make sure the community is well-represented. The meetings will be held in The Sons of Rest Pavilion in the park and other venues from time to time.

Local groups and businesses

We are always happy to find opportunities for local groups and businesses to take part in our volunteering sessions and community events. It’s a great way to give something back to the local area while doing a bit of ‘team building’.

For more information about any of these opportunities, or to make your own suggestion please contact us.

Register as a volunteer

Our partners

We are very fortunate to have some very active groups based in the park and working with us. These groups are dependent on volunteers to support their membership. If you are interested in helping please get in touch with them.

The Pickup Artists

The Pick Up Artists will be carrying out weekly litter picks on Thursday evenings at Brinton Park.

Join them for a stroll around the park, meet some new people and make a difference to your local community. The Pick Up Artists will provide all the equipment and are welcoming new volunteers to their friendly group.

More information can be found on their website or you can follow their Facebook page to keep up to date with their latest events.

Twigs Garden Nursery, Wood Shop and Pottery Centre (part of the Emily Jordan Foundation) supports people with moderate learning disabilities, physical disabilities and enduring mental health needs to learn work place rules and the basic skills to assist them to secure paid work. This practical horticultural centre sells plants and wood crafts to the public helping their clients to have customer interaction and social engagement as well as making the charity a sustainable business.

See Emily Jordan Foundation website for more information.

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