South East Wales

pupils of award winning school

Cwrt Rawlin Primary School Award Ceremony

A Caerphilly school near congestion hotspot have been awarded a Sustrans Award in recognition for reducing car use for journeys to school. A huge congratulations to Cwrt Rawlin Primary School, based...
28 January 2019
Two young cyclists take in the view
Sunday 10 July 2016, 10am - 4pm
Come and explore from Caldicot to the town of Usk via the Celtic Trail East, National Route 4, and Lôn Las Cymru (South), National Route 42. Join our volunteers on this Go explore with Sustrans led...
Cycling along the Severn, with Severn Bridge in background
Sunday 12 June 2016, 10:00am - 2:30pm
Come and explore from Caldicot to the village of Aust on this Go explore with Sustrans led ride. Join our volunteers on this ride on the Celtic Trail East, National Route 4, which takes in incredible...

Schools volunteers, Bridgend

The Bike It project has been running for four years in Bridgend, now working with 23 primary schools.

You will be joining our team in Bridgend to support Sustrans officers delivering activities to children & young people within the educational setting,  encouraging active travel - walking, scooting and cycling, through a range of fun events and activities. 
 

Volunteer rangers, Upper Wye/Severn area/ Ceidwad Gwirfoddol Ardal Gwy Uchaf / Hafren

Sustrans are looking for a number of new and enthusiastic rangers to cover the Upper Wye/Severn area.

Become a volunteer ranger and help to look after a section of the National Cycle Network near your home, and so encourage more people to walk and cycle.

You will become the eyes and ears for Sustrans and our many partners. We’ll rely on you to deal with minor problems yourself and report major problems so they get dealt with rapidly.

The Upper Wye/Severn volunteer group require rangers to look after sections of route on the Network between;

Volunteer rangers, Caerphilly Area / Ceidwad Gwirfoddol Ardal Caerffili

Sustrans are looking for a number of new and enthusiastic rangers to cover the Caerphilly area.

Become a volunteer ranger and help to look after a section of the National Cycle Network near your home, and so encourage more people to walk and cycle.

You will become the eyes and ears for Sustrans and our many partners. We’ll rely on you to deal with minor problems yourself and report major problems so they get dealt with rapidly.

The Caerphilly volunteer group require rangers to look after sections of route on the Network between;

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