The objectives for which the Trust is established are the preservation, maintenance in good order, and improvement of the canals, navigable rivers and inland waterways for the use of the public. We need your help to run the Navigation. Volunteers provide much needed assistance to the Trust; their work is vital to maintaining and improving this historic waterway, and they create goodwill amongst the boaters and other users on our beautiful river.
Volunteer to give back something to your area. Volunteering can be more rewarding than being paid, because more people can appreciate the work you have done.
What can you get from being a Volunteer?
- Internal/External Qualifications
- A Volunteer Welcome Pack:- (includes) Volunteer uniform, River Guide, Badge, Illustrated Map of the River Avon, Pennant Flag, Avon Navigation Trust Pen, 1 Years FREE Membership (subsequent at normal price) & the membership Bulletin.
- Healthy activity in the great outdoors of the Riverside sites and structures
- Communicating with the public, boaters and other volunteers
- Being part of the oldest independent charitable navigation authority in the UK