The Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is Cornwall's protected landscape, known globally for its stunning coast, countryside and moor, and home to more than 100 individual solitary bee species. The wheal Buzzy Project is a unique project placing people at the heart of mining (solitary) bee conservation across the outstanding landscapes of the Cornwall AONB

As part of the Wheal Buzzy Project we are running a series of walks in some of the most iconic areas of the AONB, based upon the framework of the Walking for Health Scheme, Bee Healthy Walks.

We have successfully established Bee Healthy walks in the St Agnes area and are looking to roll these out in to other areas on the AONB this summer, primarily areas in St just and St Ives (West Penwith) and parts of North Cornwall as well as continuing to deliver Bee healthy walks in the St Agnes Area.

Do you enjoy walking, are you happy talking to people, would you be interested in developing skills to lead groups of walkers?

As a volunteer walk leader, you'll be helping people in your community to get active and healthy, experiencing some of the outstanding landscapes which Cornwall AONB has to offer.

We will provide full training and support for this role, all that we ask of you is that you can commit to lading a minimum of two walks between now and March 2020. For further information and to have an informal chat about the roll please call Charlotte Goodship Wheal Buzzy Project Officer on 01872 322307 or 07483169230