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Recruiting and retaining volunteers

If you want more active travel provisions in your local borough you won’t be able to do it alone. A healthy, diverse group will be the key to getting the change you desire.


Make your group meetings more welcoming

There are lots of things you can do to ensure your meetings are welcoming. You want to consider where you hold your meetings, what you cover and where you promote them.

The Pathway Approach

Pathway: Stage 1 - Get Help

How to campaign - if your group is just you and a few others, and your borough is barely acting on active travel, climate etc. then you need more help. Here's how.

For coordinators

Best practice for group coordinators

As a coordinator, we ask you to do a few key tasks, as you are the link between LCC and your local group. Here's our top tips.

Campaigning basics

Getting started in active travel campaigning

Do you want to make your local area better and safer for walking, cycling and wheeling but have never campaigned before? Or maybe you have campaigning experience, but not for active travel? Here’s how to get started.


Promoting your group at events

Promoting your group at events is a great opportunity to reach a larger audience and can even lead to getting more people involved in your campaign.


Communicating within your group

Inspiration to help identify what works best for you and your members.


10 tips and tricks to up your newsletter game

Everything you need to know to make an 11/10 newsletter

The Pathway Approach

Pathway: Stage 2 – Any Win At All

How to campaign - if you have a small group of dedicated volunteers, but your council isn't prioritising active travel, you need "any win at all". Here's how.

For coordinators

LCC Coordinator's Handbook

All the information you need to know about running an LCC local group in one place, as well as where you can go for support and further guidance.