Whether you want to get
active in the Kent countryside or improve your skills and
experience by working with our staff on an exciting volunteer
project, we offer a range of opportunities to suit most people.
Countryside Access Project Officers
From time to time we have opportunities for volunteers to work
with us in one of our offices as a Countryside
Access Project Officer. This could be on a short or long term
project, or shadowing one of our officers in either the area public
rights of way teams or Definitive Map team.
Kent Countryside Access Forum
Access Forums were established under the Countryside
and Rights of Way Act 2000 and Kent's Countryside Access
Forum is at the forefront of policy making and access
Sustrans Volunteer Rangers in Kent
Sustrans, the UK's leading sustainable transport charity and
Kent County Council have teamed up to help improve the cycling
environment in the county and encourage more people to take to
Volunteer 'rangers' help look after and promote sections
of the National Cycle Network and other local routes. Being a
ranger is a great way for
members of the public to get active and enjoy the outdoors
whilst volunteering. For more information
look at the Sustrans website.