Are you a bike enthusiast? Would you like to meet new people, or learn some new skills?
The Gloucestershire Bike Project is a not for profit social enterprise that was set up by volunteers passionate about all things bike.
They are looking for some enthusiastic people to help with repairing and preparing bikes to be re-sold.
The tasks involved in this role are varied and can range from stripping old bikes of parts to recycle them, repairing bikes, or even helping to update the Gloucestershire Bike Projects website.
You don't have to have any experience for this role, just enthusiasm and the willingness to learn, as full training will be given.
Volunteers from all age groups are welcomed, however the minimum age for this role is 18. No DBS checked required.
What are they looking for?
Must have an interest in bikes and some sort of experience dealing with bikes
Within walking distance of the town centre, or can take the number 1 bus from Clarence street. The project is 100 yards past the police station in Barton Street on the same side of the road.
When: Variable times
Age requirements: Over 18
Unit 6, Francis Woodcock Trading Estate, 277 Barton St,, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL1 4JE
About Gloucestershire Bike Project
Healthy people-Healthy communities- Healthy planet.
To help as many people as possible access safe affordable bicycles
To offer training and volunteering opportunities to the local community
To reduce the numbers of bikes that go to landfill sites and promote recycling and re-homing bikes
See all roles with Gloucestershire Bike Project