Trustee opportunities

Trustees have a collective responsibility, always act as a group not as individuals, and always in the best interests of the Charity. Here is our Trustee Walk the Loop role description.

We are a small registered charity that exists to promote the holistic learning, development and well-being of young children and those responsible for their care through engaging with nature. We run nature trails, scavenger hunts and related arts and crafts on or near the London Loop, a pathway that skirts Greater London. Our aim is to help children move about with joy and freedom, explore the world around them with curiosity, express themselves and share their experiences with others. Our strap-line is “to ignite a spark that will last a life-time.”

Guided by the values of compassion, generosity of spirit and inclusion, we are concerned that participants in our activities appreciate the beauty of our natural environment while finding out how to sustain and nurture it for future generations especially at a time when biodiversity is threatened by climate change.

Why become a Trustee

As a trustee, you will play a pivotal role in shaping the direction of our organisation. Your decisions will directly influence our strategies, and initiatives. You will be joining a small team of like-minded individuals who bring diverse skills and perspectives, and you will connect with fellow trustees. Serving as a Trustee offers development opportunities through strategic thinking, decision-making, and leadership experience in a non-profit setting and, your contributions will have a lasting and meaningful impact.
Please send this short Trustee Expression of Interest Form to Olivia Lowe ( For an informal conversation about these roles please contact Olivia Lowe also.
In your application, we encourage you to highlight the strengths you bring, irrespective of your background. We recognise that by embracing a wide range of voices, we are better equipped to address complex challenges, make well-informed decisions, and ensure our services truly reflect the needs of the communities we serve. We actively encourage individuals from all backgrounds, including but not limited to ethnic and cultural backgrounds, gender identities and expressions, ages and generations, sexual orientations, disabilities and abilities, socioeconomic backgrounds, religious beliefs, and educational backgrounds.
By joining us as a member of our Board of Trustees you will help shape a brighter future for Walk The Loop and the children and families we support.
Meet our current board of trustees here.
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