Volunteering for CTC - how you can get involved
The majority of our work is carried out through the involvement of hundreds of volunteers who give their time selflessly to help their fellow cyclists. Roles our volunteers undertake range from working with local authority engineers to helping build cycle routes and lobbying local councillors on behalf of all cycling.
Volunteers also play a huge role in the development of cycling through the opening up of off-road routes and the running of cycling groups promoting cycling in their local community. There are opportunities in all these areas for anyone to get involved. We believe cycling is people-friendly, community-friendly, environment-friendly, and has a proven, measurable health benefit to the nation. If you think the same, then becoming a CTC volunteer may be for you.
Here are a few ideas for how you could get involved:
- Take action in our national campaigns and lobbying - get involved in our current campaigns;
- Join the Right To Ride Network - a body of volunteers that campaigns for CTC at local and regional level;
- Help with a local CTC group - they are run by volunteers and always need more hands - and legs - be it as ride leaders or committee members. Contact your local group for more information on how you can get involved or ask our Member Group Coordinator;
- Join the CTC Hospitality Directory - host other members in your home in return for accommodation in theirs;
- Become a CTC Councillor - steer CTC at a regional and national level by becoming a member of CTC Council.
For more information, please call 0844 736 8450 or email email@example.com.