Please do not attend parkrun if you display any COVID-19 symptoms
Volunteering at parkrunVolunteering at parkrun is an opportunity to get outside, make new friends, have fun, learn new skills and to be a valuable part of your local community. We are always looking for new volunteers. This page explains how to get involved.
How to get involvedFinding out about Crane Park parkrun volunteering opportunities couldn't be easier. Simply open a recent parkrun newsletter, results email or volunteer email, click on 'manage my profile', then 'email options', then select the events you'd like to hear from and click 'save opt-in events list'. You will then receive regular emails from those events letting you know all about their volunteering opportunities.
Future volunteer rosterYou can see an event's future volunteer roster via their specific future roster page. To get in touch with the event directly, just send an email to email@example.com
What would I do at the Event?First, and most importantly, we never ask anybody to do anything they're not comfortable with. If you don't want a particular task, please let us know and we will happily give you an alternative job. Nevertheless, none of our tasks are too stressful. You could be organising the finish funnel, operating the timer, or scanning barcodes using the simple Virtual Volunteer app. If you really want to do something in particular, please let us know and we'll see what we can do.
Remember as a volunteer you are the eyes and ears of parkrun. If you have any concerns that arise at a parkrun event, whether involving children or adults, you should discuss those concerns with the Run Director on the day, as soon as possible thereafter or email Head Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many thanks to this week's heroes
Adrian CLEMENT • Christine LEE • Gareth WILLIAMS • Kojo AMOASI • Louise WAPSHOTT • Otto BENZ • Patrick CROCKART • Paul WAPSHOTT • Peter LEE • Russell HOLT • Shamire KHAN • Simon FLOWERS • Su CLARK • Suzanne BEAL • Tamsin BURLAND • Val BERTRAM • Victoria ORME • Yvonne HARRINGTON