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Herefordshire Council Notice

THE HEREFORDSHIRE LOCAL ACCESS FORUM

Did you know that there are more miles of Public Rights of Way (2,113m) across Herefordshire than there are miles of road (2,020m)? This includes long distance promoted routes, loop walks and self-guided trails.

The Herefordshire Local Access Forum (HLAF) is a statutory advisory body that helps Herefordshire Council in this task. The Forum provides views and advice to the Council and other organisations, such as Government departments, Natural England, Forestry Commission, English Heritage and Sport England.

The Forum is currently looking for Herefordshire residents, or others with a strong interest in using rights of way or views on how access to the countryside should be managed, to become new members.

The Forum meets twice a year, with training and development sessions in between each meeting, and members volunteer to serve for a three-year term. While the post is unpaid, reasonable expenses incurred while carrying out duties are reimbursed.

If you are interested in helping shape rights of way in the future, call 01432-261800 to arrange a chat with the Public Rights of Way Team Leader.


To see the Herefordshire Council press release please click here.

For further information visit the HLAF website at https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/info/200242/public_rights_of_way/681/herefordshire_local_access_forum.


Date: 30/08/2019

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