Do you enjoy meeting new people and chatting whilst walking?
Do you live near Altrincham and have some local knowledge?
Do you have any spare time Monday lunchtimes?
Would like to earn some money whilst walking and talking?
GM Moving and The Altrincham Business Improvement District (Altrincham Unlimited) are looking for an enthusiastic person to lead employees from Altrincham town centre area on weekly lunchtime walks. The walk leader will meet and greet the group before leading a 30 minute walk from the town centre on one of 3 or 4 routes to local greenspace (John Leigh Park, Stamford Park and St. George’s Pond) and back. Walk leader training can be provided.
Mondays 12:15-1:15pm, from Monday 13th May 2019, each week for 6 months.
£20 per week for 1 hour of your time each week.
You should enjoy meeting people and have a passion for the benefits of walking with others. You should have a knowledge of the Altrincham area, including possible routes to John Leigh Park, Stamford Park and St. George’s Pond.
You will be available on a Monday lunchtime for an hour, with the walk starting at 12:30pm and returning for 1pm.
How to apply:
Please send an expression of interest, providing information about yourself, your links to Altrincham, your interest in walking and why you are interested in the role.
Please include name, address, email and telephone number.
Send to: Louise Robbins, GM Walk Programme lead, [email protected] by 5pm Thursday 4th April 2019. We will then be in touch, and arrange to meet you for a chat in Altrincham during the next 2 weeks in April.
Enquiries and further information: [email protected] Tel: 07740 883080
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