The community engagement programme aims to embed sustainable transport into the mindset of local people, by reaching out to diverse communities. Community Engagement and Champion Coordinator Nicky Kenny has been appointed to promote the project and its aims to communities in MK. Nicky will also work to promote the innovative events programme, including the MK Fringe and the International Festival and will support commissioned partners to increase attendance at their events from key community groups across Milton Keynes.
Nicky is recruiting Pedalling Culture Volunteer Champions to help spread the word about the project. If you are passionate about culture, art and heritage in MK and about sustainable transport methods and feel you may have a small amount of time to volunteer, then please do contact Nicky.
Q and A’s
- What is the role of a Champion?
To help promote the project and encourage people to get discovering MK and reclaim the Redways!
- How much time would I need to give to the role?As little or as much as you like! Champions will be supported to organize walks or cycle rides, promoting the project using social media, attending events and lots more.
- Can I bring my own ideas to the project?
Absolutely. We would love to hear your ideas about how you think you could promote and engage communities in the Pedalling Culture project.
- Do I need to own a bike?
No! Pedalling Culture promotes ALL sustainable methods of transport ; walking, cycling, electric vehicles, skateboarding, horse riding and even roller skating.
If you are interested in becoming a Cultural Champion please contact our Cultural Champions Coordinator, Nicky Kenny firstname.lastname@example.org
WE NEED YOU
We are also looking for volunteers to assist Pedalling Culture events. If you’d like further information about any opportunities, please get in touch with Nicky.