A view across the river from the Thames Path

Time to Lend a Hand?

23rd May 2014

The award winning National Trails volunteers are always looking for new recruits to join them in helping to maintain the Trails. 

The Practical Task Volunteers undertake a range of maintenance works on the Trails including mowing, scrub clearance, repairing and replacing gates and signposts and occasionally installing new bridges.  In addition these volunteers also maintain the tools and machinery and construct new signposts and information boards within the Trails workshop.  The Trail Monitors walk their section of each Trail every month and report any problems, and equally importantly that everything is OK, to the Trails Team. 

If you are interested in helping with this important work that helps to keep the Trails in a good condition for all users then further information can be found on the Trail Information pages.

The latest edition of the Volunteers Newsletter has just been published which includes the Practical Task diary for the next three months.  Once you are registered with us as a volunteer please feel free to book on the tasks in the usual way.

I hope you can join us soon to help keep these Trails as some of the best in England.

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