Accessing the Outdoors: Public Rights of Way - Charlotte Ditchburn
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Charlotte Ditchburn is a Countryside Access Officer and  passionate advocate for access to outdoor spaces. Through her blog, Public Rights of Way Exploer, she shares posts on access campaigns as well as advice, guidance and her own experiences of spending time in the outdoors - and how this has benefited her both personally and professionally. She is also an ambassador for Ordnance Survey, British Canoeing and The National Outdoor Expo.

In this episode, Charlotte shares her in depth knowledge of the barriers and opportunities around access to the outdoors as well as how her connection to the outdoors has helped to support her own mental health. This is a highly informative and engaging episode that will inspire anyone who wants to find out more about the countryside around them and the benefits it brings.

To find out more about Charlotte and her work, visit:


Instagram: @publicrightsofwayexplorer


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