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Duke of Edinburgh

Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) was one of the best things I ever did. This programme really instilled my love of the outdoors and opened up many opportunities for me, many of which I’m still involved with now. What is DofE? According to the DofE website: A life-changing experience. A fun time with friends. An opportunity…

North Coast 500 (and some)

So last month we were lucky enough to shoot off to Scotland on the motorbikes to enjoy touring the North Coast 500 and other areas of Scotland. The North Coast 500 is a scenic route around the north coast of Scotland roughly 516 miles long, which starts and ends at Inverness Castle. The route is also known as the NC500 and was…

National Outdoor Expo

I’ve got some very exciting news this week, drum roll please…. I’ve been selected as an ambassador for the National Outdoor Expo in partnership with Ordnance Survey. As you all know I love the outdoors so this is a very exciting opportunity for me. The National Outdoor Expo is an event for all things and…

Can I cycle on Footpaths?

*** Disclaimer – this blog by no means encourages trespass *** Firstly we need to define a footpath, these are routes that are away from the carriage way not footways which are paths for pedestrians on the sides of roads. Cycling is legally permitted on less than a quarter of Rights of Way within England…

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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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