Survey our wildlife or manage our habitat | Rectory Lane Cemetery, Berkhamsted

Rectory Lane Cemetery, Berkhamsted

Survey our wildlife or manage our habitat

Thinking of joining us?  


When established in 1842 the cemetery was on the outskirts of Berkhamsted – now it is three acres of green space right in the middle of town, accessed off the High Street.  It is a wildlife haven, with mature trees and wild areas, as well as zones neatly mown for memorialisation and activities. Our aim is to manage it for maximum bio-diversity.

This role could suit you if you:

  • Are interested in wildlife generally, or perhaps have particular knowledge of butterflies, beetles, bats, small mammals, flora
  • Enjoy working practically out of doors
  • Might be experienced in conducting wildlife surveys, building habitats and managing grassland to encouraging wildlife
  • Are happy to work alone or lead others
  • Might be experienced in leading public information sessions

We will:

  • Share our wildlife (trees, lichens, plants, butterflies & bees) survey data with you
  • Involve you in our ongoing management programme
  • Support you in creating small group wildlife sessions (bio-blitzes, bug hunts, moth and bat events, as appropriate)

With thanks to for the photograph above.


For more information please contact

photo of Kate Campbell

 Kate Campbell

Community Engagement Officer
      07866 024254