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How to become a Public Rights of Way Officer

I’ve been asked a lot recently how to get into Rights of Way work, what’s required to get started and how to stand out at interview. The sector is very diverse and working for different organisations/authorities can mean totally different things even though it may be the same job title. To put it simply, there…

10 way to cover 100 miles

Currently 22% of women are achieving 30 minutes of  physical activity 5 times per week, compared to 35% during April of this year. This huge 13% drop is compared to a 5% decrease identified amongst men.  Women in Sport stated that 32% of women couldn’t prioritise doing exercise during the first lockdown as they had…

Reporting and Escalating Issues

Have you come across any issues whilst out exploring your local routes during lockdown? Do you know who to report them to? Do you know the process for resolving these issues? To find out what issues are generally found on Public Rights of Way check out my Common Issues blog and find out who is…

Private, permissive, public?

How do you tell if a route is public, private or permissive? Are there signs? Are there barriers to stop you where you shouldn’t go? As we head into Lockdown 2.0 we should be making the most of getting outside and exploring our local routes again for our mental and physical well being. As we…

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About Me

Hi, I’m Charlotte. I’m an expert in the field of Rights of Way, previously working for a Local Authority as a Rights of Way Officer, now working for a charity as an Access Field Officer.

I am a micro influencer and have written for Ordnance Survey and The Outdoor Guide inspiring others to get outside. I regularly provide advice about Public Rights of Way and access issues to my followers.

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