Volunteer at Norwich parkrun
Support participants to make Norwich parkrun possible
Alongside government social distancing and hygiene rules, you must:
- Bring your own gloves suitable for the task
- Not share tools at the task or clean tools between each use
Love parkrun? Give some love back by volunteering!
You will need to email: firstname.lastname@example.org to let them know you are able to volunteer, Hayley is Norwich parkrun's Volunteer Organiser so she can put you on the roster!
Volunteer in November at Norwich parkrun (Eaton Park). Meet at the bandstand at 8:30am with the run director and the other high-viz heroes.
You will have a full briefing of the mornings events and how to best support everyone participating at parkrun.
Tasks are varied and include: marshalling, scanning, giving out & sorting finish tokens, tail - walker and many more. All of the tasks are explained in full, easy to do and the tasks are a fun insight into how parkrun actually runs every Saturday!
The volunteering role usually finishes around 10-10:30am.
Volunteering is awesome for so many reasons. For example if you are injured, getting into running, have a race on the Sunday or just that you want to give back to the parkrun community whilst gaining new experiences in volunteering roles.
You will receive a point on your parkrun profile, if you volunteer 25 times you will gain a free purple 25 volunteer t-shirt!
If you would like to volunteer at Norwich parkrun and in turn receive a Goodgym good deed you will need to email: email@example.com to let them know you are able to volunteer.
Run 10 : Volunteer 1, Let's keep parkrun going
Date and time
08:30 - 10:30 Saturday, 2nd of November 2019
As you will make your own way to the task, feel free to walk or run as you wish.Ideal for beginners
NR2 1TF View Map
What to look out for
GoodGym welcomes anyone aged 18 or over. If you are under 18 then you will be unable to participate in any GoodGym activity
Make sure you've read our general guidelines for safety when running and at a task.
Community missions are organised by members of the GoodGym community and therefore we are unable to provide specific risk information about the task you are signing up to complete. We advise you to review the community mission training and read our general guidelines for safety for group sessions.
By signing up to this event you confirm you are medically fit to participate in running and other physical activity and accept that the Good Gym and its members, or those operating on its behalf, will not be held liable for any loss, accident or injury, before, during or resulting from the event.
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There's space to change and leave bags and toilets. We're not planning to do anything purposefully dangerous, but GoodGym takes no responsibility for your safety during group runs, you participate at your own risk. Participants accept full responsibility for items stored at The Forum, and The Forum and GoodGym will not be held liable for any losses or damages
New to GoodGym?
This is a GoodGym group run, where we run to help a local community organisation and then run back.
New runners are welcome to GoodGym group runs - no one gets left behind. You're unlikely to be alone, hundreds of new people sign up every week.
There's a place to leave bags and a toilet at the start point, all you need to do is bring your trainers. It's free to try - get involved!