They help look after their local communities by engaging with schools, supporting wildlife conservation, caring for the National Cycle Network and much more.
Sustrans volunteers are helping create happier and healthier lives for everyone.
Whether you'd like to help maintain the National Cycle Network, survey wildlife or volunteer in your local community, there are lots of ways that you can support our work.Find out how you can get involved
Want to know more about volunteering with us? Read some of the frequently asked questions about our volunteer activities across the UK.Read our frequently asked questions
If you live in Scotland, take a look at our list of quick and easy actions you can take to make a difference in your community.Quick ways to volunteer in Scotland
At the peak of her fitness, Amanda Harris had a life-changing accident in 2014 that injured her spinal cord.
Here, she shares her inspirational story of recovery and explains how access barriers on walking and cycling routes affect her ability to cycle independently.Read Amanda's story
Rob Winslade volunteers as a ranger along the Spen Valley Greenway and Ringway in Yorkshire.
Rob talks about his work on the greenway and how we're working to make the route more accessible for everyone.Read Rob's story
Hazel Patterson is a Sustrans volunteer walk leader and recently found herself exploring Derry - Londonderry, known locally as Stroke City.
Hazel talks about the sights and sounds that can be found along the banks of the historic river Foyle.Read Hazel's story
So far this year...
Recorded by volunteers
Looking after the National Cycle Network
450 rides and walks
Led by volunteers in their local area
975 bags of litter
Collecting along the National Cycle Network