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.
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
I have always loved walking and being outdoors ever since childhood and I still enjoy weekend walks with family and friends.
I try to fit in at least one walk a day, even when I’m working at home or in the office, I tend to get that “cooped” up feeling if I can’t get out for a short or preferably longer walk.
I’ve been encouraging people to get more active through walking or cycling for over 30 years. Whether through guided walks, writing walking leaflets, encouraging responsible 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.
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. I encourage and support 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.
I am one of two Active Travel Officers for North Ayrshire.
Ever since I can remember, I have always been an enthusiast for outdoor pursuits and sports.
From scrambling to mountain biking to kite surfing to rock climbing, if it involves the outdoors, I’m there!
This passion has taken me around the world and allowed me to meet so many new people.
My passion led me to study Sport and Exercise Psychology which has led me to my current role.
As an Officer, I deliver behaviour change programmes to encourage more people to actively travel. This involves managing activities like bike maintenance, guided walks, led cycles, and engagement events to motivate more people to take up cycling, walking or use of public transport.
I look forward to meeting you at one of our events. Come and say hello!
I am the newest member of the Active Travel team at North Ayrshire Council. Part of my role is to help encourage others to get around using active travel. At the Trinity Active Travel Hub we offer a range of training and activities to help people develop the skills and confidence to walk and cycle more in their day to day lives.
When I am not at work I like to get out and about exploring Scotland either on foot or on my bike. I try to get out for a walk every day, exploring some of the paths and trails around Ayrshire, it’s a great way to relax, clear your mind and get some exercise. My husband and I have recently started long distance hiking and are working our way through Scotland’s Great Trails – next up is the Speyside Way.
Keep an eye out on our events page or pop in to Trinity to find out what we are planning in 2023, I look forward to meeting you!
I work in the Active Travel team at North Ayrshire.
I enjoy cycling, walking and participating in sports like football, badminton and golf. I also enjoy playing and listening to music.
Work wise I have over 20-years of experience in the Active Travel field working on behaviour change, cycle training programmes and delivery of cycling and walking infrastructure.
I am passionate about providing opportunities for people to participate in walking and cycling. I enjoy working with people and look forward to welcoming you to the Trinity or out and about at events and training opportunities!