Countryside Access Volunteers
Countryside Access work is supported by individual volunteers, local groups and “Friends of ..” Groups, who undertake a wide range of countryside tasks on public paths and on countryside sites. Examples of volunteer tasks are:- undertaking events, identifying and funding improvements, tree planting, clearance, conservation tasks, data management, monitoring, installing signage, surveying, promoting and maintaining sites and walks.
The Community Engagement Toolkit provides advice and information for community groups that want to help or maintain walking and other access routes in their local area. These might be Community Councils, Walkers Welcome Groups, local walking groups or other organisations.
If you are interested in joining a countryside access volunteer group or wish to be involved with a specific task please contact the Countryside Access Team by email firstname.lastname@example.org,
or write to:
Countryside Access, MonLife
Monmouthshire County Council
Usk NP16 1GA