The Countryside for All Good Practice Guide was originally produced by the Fieldfare Trust in 1997 to help disabled people and countryside access managers to recognise what countryside for all means and the tools and processes to work towards creating better countryside access. The Guide was last updated in 2005.
Paths for All is now actively planning a review and update of the guide.
Sensory Trust has been commissioned to review the existing guide – what works well, and where the gaps are – and to collect ideas for what should be covered by the new version. They ask, if you are familiar with the guide, please can you spare a few minutes to complete the Countryside for All survey?