Whichever role you take on, you could be saving Oxfam up to £200 - an amount that goes a long way in the fight against poverty. If you're interested in donating your time, find out how you can help below.
There are 9 checkpoints along the route. We need volunteers to help set up each location, provide directions and assistance to teams and support crews, help with car parking, prepare drinks, and most importantly give encouragement to teams as they enter and leave each checkpoint.
We also need experienced event volunteers to co-ordinate each of the locations to make sure they are working smoothly and that any issues are flagged up to the organising staff or event control. This may involve managing a team of volunteers - great experience for your CV.
We're looking for volunteers to support our medical team. If you have any physiotherapy, podiatry or massage experience then you could make a huge difference to the sore backs and feet of our walkers. It's a really rewarding role and also great practical experience if you're studying any of these areas.
If you're a budding photographer, videographer or blogger, we'd love to hear from you too. Could you help us document the 2014 Trailwalker experience?
We need volunteers to register teams at the start, hand out medals at the finish line and, above all, to whoop, cheer and applaud the Trailwalker teams over the start and finish lines!
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Trailwalker 2013 volunteer guide (PDF 499KB)