From The Yorkshire Times.
The North York Moors National Park Authority is looking for families and groups such as scouts and guides to lend a hand helping care for one of the country’s most popular long distance trails.
The National Park is keen to recruit a number of new volunteers to the Cleveland Way Adoption Scheme which was established two years’ ago to help maintain the 109-mile national trail, enabling visitors to continue enjoying the spectacular landscape and surroundings as they traverse the North York Moors.
Several sections of the trail between 2.2 miles and 6.8 miles are up for grabs and adopters are tasked with committing to a minimum of three patrols each year to report on the condition of the trail, record wildlife sightings and carry out basic maintenance such as litter picking, cutting back vegetation and clearing blocked drainage channels.
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