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In a bid to improve outdoor safety on Co Clare’s local tracks and trails, Clare Local Development Company through their Rural Recreation Officer has set up a Trail Warden project to detect and log issues on a quarterly basis.
The project seeks to improve and maintain walking routes and sees volunteers work alongside the digital trail management system, local scheme workers and contractors, empowering the local community whilst promoting safety outdoors.
The collaboration between The Trail Warden Project and Regatta Great Outdoors will encourage individuals, groups and families to spend more time outside, by enjoying local walking routes across County Clare in a comfortable and safe environment.
Regatta Outdoors is supporting this partnership which embodies their pledge to continuously think of new ways to help people enjoy the fresh air and natural surroundings with confidence.
Eoin Hogan, Rural Recreation Officer for County Clare, said: “The roll out of the Clare Volunteer Trail Warden project will ensure that the trails of Clare are monitored on a regular basis ensuring that they are maintained to a high standard and give the walker an enjoyable experience.
“The partnership with Regatta is very important as it allows the wardens to undertake their volunteer work in all weather conditions and stay warm and dry while wearing the regatta waterproof jackets that were provided.”
The project was also supported by Clare Sports Partnership.
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