Trail Makers – Volunteer Warden Scheme in the Tamar Valley


Do you enjoy using some or all of the long-distance walking trails or multi-use routes within the Tamar Valley?

Would you like to help keep them in good condition for everyone to enjoy?

If you could spare just a few hours each month walking a short section of Trail to monitor its condition, we would love to hear from you.

The Tamar Valley AONB team are looking for Volunteer Wardens to take care of our two main trail routes. Our flagship trail is the Tamar Valley Discovery Trail; this is a wonderful local resource stretching approximately 40 miles in total, from Tamerton Foliot in north Plymouth to Launceston, with extensions to Lifton and Kit Hill.

The Tamar Trails are 17km (10 miles) of off-road walking and multi-use routes through the woods, located on the Devon side of the River Tamar and encompass mining sites of the east Tamar Valley near Gunnislake.

Occasional training and special events would be organised, giving you the chance to meet with other like-minded volunteers.

If this sounds like something you would like to get involved with, or would like further information, please contact Dave Readman, Walks Coordinator, Tamar Valley AONB, t: 01822 835030, e:

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