Norfolk Local Access Forum is recruiting new members
Do you have a passion for the outdoors? Are you keen to see Norfolk’s public access network provide a range of brilliant experiences for its users? Then you could be exactly who we are looking for.
About the Norfolk Local Access Forum (NLAF)
The NLAF aims for a more joined up, better quality public access network that provides benefits for a range of population groups, businesses and the natural and historic environment.
Providing strategic advice to a range of public bodies, the NLAF is made up of members representing a variety of countryside interests, kindly giving their time on a voluntary basis. Meetings are held four times per year and members also have the opportunity to attend relevant conferences, events, meetings with other groups and to visit some of Norfolk’s stunning access sites.
The NLAF is particularly keen to hear from you if you are involved with the education/youth, business/tourism, voluntary, environmental or community sectors including ethnic minority groups.
View the website and download the application pack: www.norfolk.gov.uk/nlaf
The closing date for applications is Friday 12th February at 5pm.