Do you have a few hours to spare?
If you’ve got a few hours to spare once a month and you’d like to help maintain one of our most valued walk and cycle ways in Midlothian then get in touch.
Midlothian Council’s Ranger Service is looking for volunteers to look after the Penicuik to Dalkeith walking and cycle path.
Lots to do
Supervised jobs would include maintaining the path, thinning trees, clearing vegetation and managing the pond.
For anyone aged 18 and over
Our volunteers are absolutely indispensable. It’s a great opportunity for anyone aged 18 or over who enjoys the outdoors and would like to maintain this seven mile route, which is popular with walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
No experience necessary
No previous experience is required and on-site training will be provided.
Meet once a month
Volunteers meet on the third Tuesday of each month at a pre-arranged meeting point along the route. The times are from 10am to 3pm.
Good transport links
Volunteers will be expected to make their own way to and from the meeting place. There are good public transport links.
All tools and equipment will be provided.
Volunteers should bring a packed lunch, waterproofs and wear stout footwear.
Get in touch
For further information contact site Ranger Alan Krumholds:
- 01875 821990
- or email [email protected]
In the picture
The picture shows, from left to right: Ranger Alan Krumholds and volunteers, Arthur McKenzie, Dougie Burton, Miguel Paredes Bandres and Fleck, the dog.