Shropshire Hills AONB
Shropshire Council’s annual outdoor recreation user survey asks about the outdoors in the county, how they get their information and anything that stands in their way of using the facilities.
Information collected in the survey will be used to support the county’s Great Outdoors Strategy 2018-28.
It sets out how the Council and its partners simultaneously aim to preserve and enhance the natural environment, improve people’s health and well-being and support the local tourism economy.
Councilor Cecilia Motley, Shropshire Council’s cabinet member for Communities, Culture, Leisure and Tourism and Transport, said: “Conducting the survey on an annual basis allows Shropshire Council to understand how things are changing and where future action should be prioritized so that develop our strategy further. and people can further improve their well-being by exercising outdoors.”
The Shropshire Outdoor Partnerships Service maintains and protects public rights of way, country parks, landscape and heritage sites, green spaces and playgrounds and supports the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) partnership.
Anyone with comments on Outdoor Partnerships engagement work should email [email protected]