Kent Ramblers

Volunteering

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Dear Visitor

The Ramblers' Association (The Ramblers) relies on volunteers for much of its work.

The good news is that working as a volunteer is fun and we are  very flexible.

Ramblers' groups need volunteers to organise their walking and social programmes, to lead walks and sometimes to take part in working parties clearing footpaths.

The Area needs officers to administer its operations and to lobby the County Council and other Highway Authorities on Rights of Way matters. We also have a network of volunteers who monitor the 4,500 miles of rights of way in our Area.

There will be a new updated list of current vacancies for Parish Footpath Wardens and Local Footpath Officers for 2015.  In the meantime, if you are interested, please email the "contact us" button at the top of this page.  Please  consider whether you could spare some time, however little, to keep an eye on the footpaths near where you live.

Volunteers can work occasionally or regularly and can choose the amount of time they give. All of our jobs can be shared and divided according to the time you may have available and whatever your skills and interests - practical, IT, clerical, administrative etc.  If you would like to see an example of the various volunteer descriptions we are looking for, please click here.

If you think you may be interested in volunteering please ring Robert Peel on 01689 829895 or (preferably) email  us.

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Our current list of  vacancies for footpath monitoring is being updated for 2015


Too Busy to Help?

We entirely understand.  Our many volunteers will continue to beaver away on your behalf.  Please support them by joining the Ramblers if you have not already done so.

 

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