Natural Alternatives – Biodiversity and Access Programme
This is a biodiversity and access programme providing work and training opportunities for local people to manage the coast and countryside areas of Sefton.
We provide a safe, secure and challenging work environment for participants providing training, education and work experience for
- local disengaged young people
- vulnerable adults
- adults and young people with learning disabilities
It is an environment where they can add to their knowledge, improve their work skills, confidence, self-esteem and become an integral member of the team.
Based at the Ainsdale Discovery Centre Complex you can either work in our specialist woodworking unit or on various other projects including nature trails, access, woodland and nature reserve management and rights of way maintenance.
Our woodwork unit manufactures countryside timber products for use on coast and countryside in Sefton.
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Last updated: 28/07/2021