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New Year, New Lockdown, NEW MILES for Suffolk Mind!

Of course, it can be a challenge for many of us, to get up and exercise, especially in the first couple of months of the year, with it being colder, darker, and sometimes a bit wet too and even more so with the lockdown restrictions we are now faced with. We would like to re-frame…

The Way Ahead – A network fit for the future

2020 has really shown the value of getting outdoors into nature. According to Natural England nearly half of the population (46%) have been spending more time outside than before Covid. Public Rights of Way are the routes that we use to access the countryside and give us legal rights to be there. These Public Rights…

Time is Ticking

Exactly 5 years from today, unrecorded rights of way that existed before 1949 will be extinguished. Time is ticking for us to get these unrecorded or under recorded routes correctly recorded on the definitive map. When we talk about these Lost Ways they aren’t all lost, many of these ways are in current use but…

Coping with Covid and Lockdown Learnings

Here it is I’m jumping on the band wagon and doing a round up of the year, boy what a year it’s been. We all know what a disaster covid has been and I’m extremely grateful that my family have stayed safe and well and I’ve been lucky that I have maintained a full time…

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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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