We have lots of volunteers up and down the UK who give their time to keep the National Cycle Network in top condition.
One of my most favourite things about being a Sustrans volunteer is the camaraderie. I now know volunteers over a wide area and can join in activities with other groups to help look after the Network.
“ One of my most favourite things about being a Sustrans volunteer is the camaraderie. I now know volunteers over a wide area and can join in activities with other groups to help look after the Network. ”
Sustrans volunteer rangers are our eyes and ears on the National Cycle Network. As well as helping to promote Sustrans and inspire others to use their local routes, they also keep an eye out for bigger issues or hazards on the path so we can repair these.
Volunteer task days
Many of our volunteers host regular task days to carry out bigger activities over a larger stretch of the National Cycle Network.
These task days are a great way to bring everyone together and have some fun whilst looking after the Network in your area. And you may even get a nice hot brew and a biscuit or two!
Got a few hours to spare and would like to help look after your local route? Check out our events section for a volunteer task day near you.
Why be a volunteer ranger?
“ We volunteer with Sustrans because we believe we can make a difference to the environment. We want to help make cycling and walking a pleasure for everyone. ”
- keeping fit and healthy
- getting outdoors in the fresh air
- sharing your passion for cycling and walking with others
- making a difference to the space in your community.
How do I become a Sustrans volunteer ranger?
We’re always looking for an extra pair of helping hands and we’d love you to join us.
If you’re passionate about the National Cycle Network and looking for an opportunity to make it easier for people to walk and cycle in your area, we’d love to hear from you.