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Volunteering

Become a volunteer on Glasgow's canal

Get outdoors, meet local people, contribute to your community, conserve the past and look after wildlife. Canal volunteering can mean all that and more.

There are lots of community volunteering opportunities - you just need to find the right role.  Tell us about your interests and availability. We'll put you in touch with other local volunteers and help you get involved.

How you can help

You can find out much more about volunteering on the main Scottish Canals Website.  At the moment we are looking for people to help us in a variety of projects. Have a look and if you are keen to take it further please complete the "Sign me up Volunteer Form" and we'll contact you to discuss how you can get involved and make a real difference.

Canal Community Liaison Officer

Working for the Waterways Trust Scotland the CCLO can be found out and about along the canal in Glasgow. The main role is to inspire people to get out to learn about and make use of their local canal. This can be teaching children about the canals wildlife during boat trips, leading walks to encourage people to get more active, working with volunteers carrying out practical conservation work, and supporting the work of local 'Friends' groups. Past partnership work has produced the Forth & Clyde canal board game, a canal reminiscence kit,  and a set of walks leaflets available in hard copy or online. For more information visit The Waterways Trust Scotland.

Poeople cleaning up the canal

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