Conservation VolunteersVolunteering

Volunteering with the Greenlink is very flexible. You can commit as much or as little time as you like. You can also volunteer in a number of different ways. You can take part in weekly conservation sessions, become a health walk leader, work with school groups, help organise events or become involved in the allotment project. You don't need to be super fit, as we work with people of all abilities. We also work closely with the Greenlink Community Development Group.

Training

The Greenlink provides volunteers with training, personal protective equipment and  travel expenses. Training is provided on the basis of what is relevant to each volunteers personal development,  the project's requirements and budget availability. Training is also delivered on site.

We are currently recruiting people to become Health Walk Volunteers. We run a fortnightly Health Walk programme. Each walk lasts for one hour. These walks are very well attended and we could do with your help. You dont need to be super fit, the leaders for these walks can be at the front, middle or at the back of the walkers. If you are interested we would require you to come on the walks for a while before you would be trained by Paths to Health. If you are interested please give us a call on 01698 267368.

Conservation sessions

Due to high numbers of enquiries , we are currently operating a waiting list for conservation volunteering. Please do not let this put you off. We would be more than happy to hear from you.

Contact us

Please contact us at 01698 267368 or via the Contact page, If you are considering volunteering with the Greenlink. We will arrange an informal chat or a visit to the cycleway.

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