The team covers terrestrial activities from the North Yorkshire coast, across the North York Moors, across the Vale of Mowbray, to the Yorkshire Dales and west to the Lancashire border. The work will involve consulting with a range of stakeholders in order to raise awareness and support for the Wild Ingleborough project, secure buy-in, support and involvement from a broad range of audiences as defined in the Community Consultation and Stakeholder Plans. This will be through face-to-face meetings, workshops and events and also through developing an online and literary presence. The post-holder will also work with the partnership and other organisations such as the National Park, to develop a physical and intellectual access plans for the wider Ingleborough site, integrating with publi

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