Corporate team days

At Hampshire Countryside Service, we’re dedicated to conserving and enhancing the natural beauty of Hampshire’s countryside. By partnering with us, you can make a significant and lasting impact on both the environment and local communities.

Environmental stewardship

Environmental stewardship

Community engagement

Community engagement

Employee engagement and development

Employee engagement and development

Positive brand association

Positive brand association

Long term impact

Long term impact

Team days

Wild team day

Up to 20 people depending on the task, location, and season.

Wild Team Days are held at our country parks and farms, consisting of half a day’s voluntary work, lunch* and an optional afternoon activity.

You can take on tasks such as surveying wildlife or gardening in a country park. Or visit one of our farms and interact with the animals. Here you could help with tasks including painting and maintenance. 

* lunch is available at an additional cost.

Two piglets walking in grass and daisies

Meet the animals

Man and woman cooking pizza in an outdoor pizza oven

Hire a pizza oven

Two ladies putting in a fence post

Maintenance tasks

Give back to nature in a beautiful park environment

Wilder team day

Up to 20 people depending on the task, location, and season.

Wilder Team Days are held in more rural green spaces where facilities are limited, such a nature reserves. They consist of a whole day’s voluntary work with a lunch break (lunch not provided).

Wilder Team Days are great for people who enjoy getting stuck into physical work.

Woman lifting some dead tree branches

Get stuck in!

Close up of a ladybird and a red beetle

Spot some wildlife

A group of people planting trees on open land

Seasonal tasks

Help wildlife flourish in a scenic nature reserve

Really wild team day

Maximum of 10 people.

Really Wild Team Days are held on our Rights of Way Network and consist of a whole day’s voluntary work with a lunch break (lunch not provided).

These team days are perfect for a small team that really wants to get back to nature. You’ll be helping with the maintenance of our Rights of Way Network.

Due to the lack of facilities, possible remote location, and the nature of tasks you’ll undertake, these days are for groups of up to 10 people.

Group of people repairing a fence

Maintenance tasks

Group of people standing behind a new gate in the countryside

Get back to nature

Group of people carrying out maintenance on a field boundary

Amazing scenery

Help people explore the countryside safely on our Rights of Way network

What we offer

Tasks you might do

You’ll help our rangers look after our diverse sites. The tasks you’ll be doing will depend on the season, so they won’t be available all year round. Some of the work you’ll be doing could include:

  • woodland management
  • invasive species control
  • installing and maintaining gates, boardwalks, bridges, fences, signs, and benches
  • clearing vegetation to keep footpaths accessible
  • preserving path surfaces
  • planting new native species
  • animal care

What we'll provide

  • onsite support from our expert team
  • tools
  • personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • refreshments for a tea break
  • insurance and first aid-trained staff
  • risk assessment

A full health and safety briefing will be given on the day with supporting documents sent to you prior to the task. Your team will gain new skills as well as learning about countryside management.

What you need to bring

  • old clothes, or clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty
  • weather-appropriate clothing – waterproof coats for rainy weather or warm layers for colder weather
  • a bottle of water and snacks, especially if you’re working in a more remote location with limited/no access to facilities
  • sun protection
  • sturdy shoes or boots (steel toe caps if you have them)

Prices and booking

Prices start from £30 per person (or minimum of £250 for the day), to cover the cost of staff resources, tools, and PPE. This will vary depending on the size of your team, the activities you choose, and any other supplementary costs. We’ll be able to provide you with a quote upon enquiry.

Full payment is required 1 week prior to your booking.

Fill in the enquiry form with as much detail as possible, and a member of the corporate volunteer team will be in touch with you to sort out the finer details.

We’ll work with you to design a day that’s perfectly tailored to your needs, so this is when you can tell us about anything you might have missed off your form.

Complete an enquiry form