Community support for the work of our volunteers is vital. If you provide the materials, we will provide the muscle! For example, a donation of £25 in Spring 2022 will provide two timber support posts for the boardwalk so that we can renew and upgrade these well-used sections of the path. Any size of donation will make a big difference.
Since the coronavirus lockdowns of 2020, Hinksey Heights Nature Trail has been the focus of a sustained restoration and improvement carried out by a highly committed volunteer body drawn from the local community. In 18 months, the Trail has been transformed for the better and won a renewed role as a valuable local amenity for people who like to come and walk, and enjoy the peace of this special place; especially in the challenging months of lockdown. It is also a treasure house of wildlife, including rare habitats and many species of flora and fauna.
In February 2022, we received a Climate Action Heroes award from the High Sherriff of Oxfordshire in recognition of our work.
If you are interested in volunteering to help with the boardwalk project, please contact us at:
We particularly welcome volunteers with practical experience of D.I.Y. or construction. Sessions are usually held on Thursdays and Saturdays, weather depending.