Having Gardens Volunteers allows us to undertake additional projects and enhance the gardens even further for both animals and our guests to enjoy.
The gardens at Bristol Zoo contain one of Bristol’s most important collections of plants. There are unusual trees, shrubs and plants from around the world, including rare and endangered species. Of course gardening in a Zoo also means creating and maintaining planting inside animal exhibits, providing naturalistic and interesting habitats.
By becoming a Gardens Volunteer you can…
“I really enjoy volunteering as part of the gardens team and I am learning a lot of new skills in gardening and grounds keeping. To be able to do this in such a pleasant environment with all the animals and the flora, and in the middle of Bristol, is a joy and quite a privileged.” Jeanette, Gardens Volunteer.
To apply click here.
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