Canal and River Trust are advertising for people in the city to become Waterfront Wellbeing Rangers and Engage encourages all waterfront and city centre residents to consider this unique opportunity.

Full training and preparation will be given to those who get selected for the role and it should be a fascinating and creative way of helping people get to know and love the waterfront in the way that many of us already do. If you’d like to share your enthusiasm for the place and explore your own knowledge and understanding of waterfront heritage then this is certainly a role for which you should consider applying.

It is a flexible role and one in which you can offer whatever time you might have available, be it one or two days per week or a few hours here and there. There is likely to be more demand in the summer months and at weekends. This is a great way to become more involved in Liverpool’s growing Visitor Economy working with the organisation responsible for the Albert Dock complex, the Southern docks and the Leeds/Liverpool canal link.

You can find out more details on the CRT website page HERE

You can also read more about what the CRT do around the Royal Albert Dock and the Liverpool Canal Link HERE

Do you know that you can also book a meal on Liverpool’s only floating restaurant that takes you on a cruise through the dock system whilst you eat a delicious meal and are entertained with stories about the dock’s history? Take a look at The Floating Grace website.