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As a trustee you will help support the strategic development of PEP ensure that it continues to thrive and develop for another 30 years. Trustees work with staff team to maintain high quality services, exploit new opportunities, and ensure that PEP continues to be well run and successful. You don’t need special skills to be a trustee. You do need to want to make a real difference to local people. PEP welcomes applications from people from all backgrounds and life experiences.

About Pilton Equalities Project

Since 1989 PEP has been enhancing the quality of life for people in North Edinburgh. PEP provides a range of services that bring people together, help them participate and tackle exclusion and health inequalities. PEP provides activities, learning opportunities and community transport all of which help enable people to actively participate in community life.

Experience Required

We welcome people of all backgrounds and life experiences. Most important is willingness to take part in discussions, think creatively, work as a team and help make informed decisions to ensure PEP’s continued success. Full induction on the role, responsibilities, and liabilities of being a trustee will be given.

Training Details

PEP, 3 West Pilton Park, Edinburgh, EH4 4EL . Training will be given on commencement of volunteering.

Flexibility & Commitment

Home-Based Volunteering

Trustees meet once a month for 2 hours typically on zoom. Trustees may be asked to take part in sub committees in addition to regular board meetings.

Location/Travel Details

Board meet once a month for 2 hours typically by zoom.


Public transport and out of pocket expenses paid.

Accessibility Details

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