General description of duties
Undertaking practical tasks on public rights of way (PROW) to
improve access for or safety of those using the public rights of
Reasonable physical fitness and readiness to work outside in all
seasons. An ability to send and receive emails is also useful but
A volunteer who enjoys working as part of a team and wishes to
improve the public rights of way network for all users.
Details of duties
- Contribute to the implementation of minor works and
maintenance, such as surfacing, ditch and vegetation clearance, and
the erection of structures.
Regularity of duties
Volunteers will receive a task list which details all
prospective volunteer ranger work for the next six months.
Volunteers can choose which tasks they wish to participate in.
Guidance and support
The public rights of way Volunteer Co-ordinator can be contacted
during office hours with any questions or concerns. All tasks are
overseen by the Volunteer Co-ordinator and/or an Access Ranger.
Training and equipment
A number of training courses are available to Volunteer Rangers.
These include power tool training, first aid, walking through
livestock and task leadership. Health and safety training is
delivered before each task takes place. Volunteers are not expected
to provide their own equipment; the Volunteer Co-ordinator will
provide all required tools, equipment and PPE on a task-by-task
Disclosure and Barring Service check (DBS)
A DBS check is not necessary for this volunteer role.
No references are required for this role.
Each task will have an agreed pick-up point, though volunteers
are also free to make their own way to site.
How to apply
To apply for this role, please complete the form below and
return it to:
Volunteer Development Team
Room 215, East Wing
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