About us

What we do

Here at the Trinity, we aim to encourage and support people to be more active by:

  • walking and cycling at home, school or work
  • walking, cycling or using public transport for everyday journeys and everyday lives

The Trinity has been realised with support from European Regional Development funds under Transport Scotland’s Low Carbon Travel and Transport Challenge Fund and North Ayrshire Council.

Kate Cuthbert

I have always loved walking and being out and about ever since childhood and still enjoy weekend walks with family and friends.

I try to fit in at least one walk a day, even on my days in the office.

I’ve been encouraging people to get more active through walking or cycling for nearly 30 years.

Whether through guided walks, encouraging public access or building paths and cycle routes, I have tried to help people become more active in their daily lives.

I’m looking forward to meeting you at the Trinity or out and about across North Ayrshire.

David Reid

My passion is cycling, which I started from a very young age.

Cycling gave me a sense of freedom, and the ability to travel and explore different places of interest. It also provides an option for me to commute to work on a daily basis.

I have been working with various workplaces throughout North Ayrshire for a number of years, encouraging and supporting people to walk, cycle, use public transport or car share as an alternative mode of transport for their commute to work.

This may be through providing Personal Travel Plans, information on safe walking and cycling routes, or creating fun events like Dr Bike sessions and Walking Challenges.

I look forward to meeting you at the Trinity at one of our exciting events throughout the year.

Ross Sweeney

I am an Active Travel Officer at North Ayrshire Council. 

I have always been an active person with an interest in sport.  I am passionate about encouraging people to walk/cycle/run and being more active in whatever way they enjoy.  I like to highlight to people the benefits of having an active lifestyle and not just the physical benefits.  Within my work I have been a cycle trainer for 10+ years either teaching new cyclists or teaching people how to cycle on roads safely.

Outside of work I ‘enjoy’ running and taking part in marathons to visit new places.  When I’m not running, I like to work on strength training or explore the great outdoors and climbs hills/munros. 

At the trinity I like to offer people advice on how they can fit activity into their hectic lifestyles to improve their overall fitness and mental health.


Laura Anderson

I am an Active Travel Officer and North Ayrshire Council.  One of my favourite things about my job is getting to work with Trinity Active Travel Hub to deliver a variety of activities, helping to people to build confidence in walking and cycling.

At the hub I can be found delivering sessions such as led rides, led walks and most recently I been part of delivering our Nordic Walking Programme.

In my free time I can be found out and about walking and cycling around the paths and trails in Ayrshire and further afield when I’m feeling adventurous.