Volunteer with the Local Access Forum
Plymouth Local Access Forum (LAF) advises on the improvement of public access to land for open-air recreation and enjoyment. It's made up of between 10 and 22 people who:
- use land for outdoor recreation
- are owners and occupiers of land used by local people
- are people who represent other interests that we think are important to Plymouth - such as tourism, the military, outdoor education, disability awareness
A third of members are up for re-election each year.
View members, agendas and meeting minutes for the forum
If you can spare at least three hours of your time four times a year then we want to hear from you. To apply email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Membership is voluntary but we'll pay your expenses, including childcare and you can take part in visits, attend training, join working groups and get involved by:
- discussing the way we handle public rights of way
- telling us and our partners what you think of our recreation and access strategies
- commenting on wider plans and strategies for landscape, recreation, transport, health, tourism and information
- discussing access to shops, bus stops, schools and local services, inland water or the coast
- looking for ways to encourage landowners to make more areas available for the public to use
- finding new ways of getting money so we can make improvements