Access Field Officer, Charlotte Ditchburn

Welcome to ⟪About that outdoor job⟫ podcast where host Charlaine Jannerfeldt has conversations with those who’ve made the outdoors their living, so you can too. We’ll share their insights, observations, tips and why not a few of their best adventure stories.


In this episode she talks with Charlotte Ditchburn, Access Field Officer and Public Rights of Way advocate. Charlotte shared how she found herself in this niche area of the outdoor world, one that is often not well known to the general public but has such an impact on our ability to adventure outdoors. Her outdoor job has provided more than a living, it's part of how she keeps her mental wellness and lets her connect with likeminded communities to embark on new outdoor adventures. Charlotte was also candide about the challenges she faces as a woman in her role and has some great advice for anyone considering the access sector.


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Resources

Features in this podcast: Charlotte Ditchburn


Mountain Training Association: Hill and Moorland Leader

British Horse Society: BHS


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