Two new exciting job opportunities are available within Shropshire Council’s Outdoor Partnerships Team:
Volunteer Ranger Coordinator (BH17 32) – As Volunteer Ranger Coordinator, your priorities will be to recruit and enthuse local people to become involved with the management of their local Country Park and Heritage Sites, help co-ordinate existing volunteer groups and develop promotion and training.
Outdoor Partnerships Wild Team Assistant (BH17 30) – As Wild Teams Assistant, your priorities will be to work with our Wild Teams Officer to co-ordinate groups of volunteers working on countryside sites. You will be engaging with, and motivating, people leading inactive lifestyles including those with mental health issues and or learning disabilities.
For more information of to find out how to apply please follow this link, Shropshire Council – Current Vacancies
Help support your Country Park, Countryside Heritage Site or improvements to Rights of Way by joining the Shropshire’s Great Outdoors Membership Scheme. For just £3/ month you can contribute to safeguarding these iconic sites and help develop footpaths and other Rights of Way. In return you will get free car parking at the Country Parks, invitations to special members only events, a Family Friendly walks guide and the latest news and information to help you get out and about in Shropshire’s Great Outdoors.
The first members only event is coming up- A Woodland Craft day at Severn Valley Country Park on Tuesday 25th April 10.30am-3.30pm.
Join us here.
Come and enjoy everything that Shropshire’s Great Outdoors has to offer
Discover the fantastic countryside, exceptional views and wonderful wildlife. Explore our Country Parks, heritage sites and play areas or get active on over 5,500 km’s of Public Rights of Way (that’s the same distance as Shrewsbury to New York… on your doorstep!).
Shropshire has many special landscapes including the Shropshire Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Stiperstones and Corndon Hill Country crossing the border in the south west of the county and the internationally important Meres and Mosses in the north. The Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal World Heritage Site also includes part of Shropshire around Chirk in the north.
On this website you will find lots of promoted routes for walking, cycling and riding across the county, from The Shropshire Way to Walking with Offa. Plus there are details of other fantastic activities you can do in the great outdoors, from archery to paragliding!
If you are looking for inspiration about where to go or what to do, the Top Experiences pages suggest a wide range of activities for all ages that highlight the incredible wildlife and history of Shropshire… or might just be fun!
Wherever you go and whatever you decide to do, we hope you enjoy Shropshire ‘s Great Outdoors!