Public Rights of Way Explorer Press Details
Charlotte has regularly written for online media and printed features as well as being invited to speak on a number of podcasts. She is best known for work advocating access.
Kendal Mountain Festival
Charlotte was a paid speaker at Kendal Mountain Festival’s Palm and Pyranha Paddlesports Session. She spoke about how limited access is to waters within England and Wales, how everyone can get involved in paddle clean ups and what we can do to improve access on the water.
Accessing Green Spaces in Suffolk webinar
As part of Active Suffolk’s ‘This Girl Can Virtual Event’ Charlotte delivered a webinar about green spaces in Suffolk, the benefits of getting outside, how to find green spaces and how to stay safe outdoors.
The Everyday Adventure Podcast
Charlotte chats to Nicki talking through aspects of Access and Public Rights of Way as well as the impact of the outdoors on Charlotte’s personal mental health. Listen to the full episode here.
Distance Hiker Podcast
In this episode Charlotte speaks to Matt about her story, views on access and discuss her first long distance walk along Hadrian’s Wall. Including chat about paddle boarding and wild swimming.
About That Outdoor Job Podcast
Charlotte chats to Charline, she shares with us how she found herself in this niche area of the outdoor world. Her outdoor job has provided more than a living, it’s part of how she keeps her mental wellness and lets her connect with likeminded communities to embark on new outdoor adventures.
Start a Ripple Podcast
From PTSD to Public Rights of Way Explorer, Charlotte chats to India about bridging the gap in conversation about how important access is to our adventures both on land and water.
Professional Mountaineer Magazine
Charlotte has written for the Mountain Training Association’s Professional Mountaineer Magazine. Charlotte explains the rights and responsibilities of those using rights of way, common issues in the outdoors and the history of lost ways.
Charlotte has written and edited for the British Canoeing’s Canoe Focus within Paddler Magazine. Charlotte interviews fellow #ShePaddles Ambassador Katie and Anna to find out about their paddling experiences and how they engage other women to join the paddling community. Find the Canoe Focus 2022 issues here.
TOPO Journal: Issue 01
The first print edition of TOPO shares stories of adventurers inspiring environmental and climate action by showing us how magnificent the natural world is. Charlotte describes the current barriers to accessing the outdoors and what the readers can do to take action to improve access.
Connections With Nature: 50 moments of meeting the wild
In this brand new anthology; Connections With Nature: 50 moments of meeting the wild, Charlotte joined the collective of nature-loving storytellers, known as ‘The Wildlife Blogger Crowd’, on a journey to meet the wild. Charlotte writes about Public Rights of Way and her personal connection with nature.
Articles and Interviews
British Canoeing Interview
Charlotte was interviewed by British Canoeing about her paddle boarding experiences with wildlife and her passion to increase access on the water.
Green Space Dark Skies
Charlotte is an advocate for Green Space Dark Skies, in this article she talks about why she got involved in the project, why access to the outdoors matters and what changes she’d like to see in the countryside. Charlotte has written other articles for Green Space Dark Skies about responsible access and general access to the outdoors.
National Parks UK
Charlotte was interviewed by National Parks UK, Charlotte speaks about her work with at The British Horse Society, her coaching at Calver Trust and her volunteering with Lake District National Park and Northumberland National Park as well as her role as an advocate for Green Space Dark Skies. Read the interview here.
The Outdoor Guide
A feature article from Charlotte for The Outdoor Guide promoting an accessible walk along the shores of Loch Morlich.
East Anglian Daily Times
Charlotte was featured in the East Anglian Daily Times for her online session about how to access the great outdoors and how to get involved.
This Girl Can
Charlotte appeared in This Girl Can Suffolk’s February newsletter for her achievements in the 100 Mile Challenge for Suffolk Mind.
Humans of HIIT
Charlotte wrote for Humans of HIIT in a week of interviews with This Girl Can ambassadors.
Splodz Blogz Interview
Charlotte was interviewed by fellow Ordnance Survey Champion Zoe Homes. They chat about favourite outdoor activities, how to find the time for outdoors adventure and much more. Check out the full interview here.
As and Ordnance Survey Champion Charlotte has contributed to a number of blogs for OS.
Charlotte is interviewed by Lesley Dolphin on BBC Radio Suffolk about her role as a This Girl Can Ambassador, chatting about Charlotte’s mental health issues and how the outdoors has helped with these.
“Charlotte has motivated me to get out and exercise with the natural gym we have on our doorsteps…she showed us how micro adventures within a 5-mile radius of home can be fun and beneficial for our physical and mental wellbeing…She has been positive and passionate about inspiring others to get out exercising throughout lockdown keeping us entertained with her own stories and pictures.”
Lock Down Activity Hero nomination