Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we've placed some restrictions on volunteering activities that involve leaving your home to ensure the safety of our volunteers.
You are very welcome to apply for any of our current volunteering opportunities.
However, there may be a delay in processing your application. And you may not be able to get started properly in your role until regular volunteering starts back up.
Our volunteers can now carry out some small actions on the National Cycle Network when alone or with a member of their household. With the exception of those city areas with tightened lockdown measures currently in place.Take a look at our Covid-19 page to find out more
So here are some of the easiest ways to give your time to Sustrans.
Our volunteers also run group task days to clean up a section of the National Cycle Network.
They often last a few hours. And you can come along for the whole event or just part of it.
Lots of our National Cycle Network volunteer roles are flexible.
And they might not be as big of a time commitment as you may think.Take a look at our current volunteer opportunities
This year the challenge takes place from 22 April to 5 May 2020. Get local schools to register to take part.
It’s a free curriculum resource that gets pupils to investigate the areas around their school. And it helps them create a manifesto for how to make their streets safer and greener.
Taking place in autumn, it’s a great opportunity to get more families to ditch the car and cycle to school.
It’s an online competition to get your colleagues to start being more active on their commute.
We’ve got lots of information on our website to help. Check out our top ten tips for changing the way staff travel to work.