Volunteer Cyclists - Glasgow Kiltwalk

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  • Sunday 28 April 2024, one-off volunteering opportunity, various shifts available between the hours of 7am and 9pm.
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Kiltwalk are looking for keen cyclists to volunteer as part of our Route team. Apply now and help support thousands of walkers as they take on the Glasgow Kiltwalk and fundraise for a charity close to their heart.

As a Route Kiltie, you will be responsible for patrolling a designated area of the route on bike and reporting any issues via radio to the Event Control Room (ECR). This role is vital in ensuring the safety of our walkers. Other tasks include communicating with the Route team via Whatsapp, encouraging and supporting walkers, checking in with Route Motivators within your zone and assisting with the removal of signage. A bike and helmet can be provided if required.

The Glasgow Kiltwalk will take place on Sunday 28 April. Shift times are as follows, however we may be able to offer flexibility if required:

7am – 3pm: 3-4 mile zone between Glasgow Green and Clydebank
7:15am – 6pm: 3-4 mile zone between Clydebank and Bowling Harbour
9am – 6pm: 3-4 mile zone between Bowling Harbour and Balloch
11am – 9pm: 3-4 mile zone between Bowling Harbour and Balloch
9am – 5pm: 3 mile zone between Lomond Shores and Balloch

Kiltwalk is Scotland’s largest mass participation walking event with over 145,000 people taking part since 2016. The kind-hearted Kiltwalk community have taken big strides for charities close to their hearts and together with The Hunter Foundation have managed to raise a staggering £42.5 million to date. All funds raised have been distributed to 3,330 Scottish Charities.

Our walkers rely on the encouragement and motivation they receive from our volunteers and many report that this is what ultimately gets them across the finish line. Be part of a feel-good event, soak up the Kiltwalk atmosphere and meet like-minded people. You will also have the opportunity to develop new skills and gain valuable experience in the events industry. It truly is a rewarding day!

Travel Info
Volunteers can claim travel support up to £15 per event. All claims for travel support will be processed after the event. Volunteers are required to make their own way to and from the event.
Minimum age 16

  • Posted by Kiltwalk on 27 Mar, 2024 at 13:00

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