|Contact person||Janine Howorth|
I used to be part of the Hadrian’s Wall Path National Trail Team (2002 – 2012). It was a great job which contained a variety of tasks, including monitoring the budget, collating visitor statistics, Trail condition reporting, web content management, leaflet design, sourcing quality souvenirs and setting up and running the online shop.
After budget cuts, I left the company and formed a business plan to source quality souvenirs for all National Trails. As Trail funding had reduced over the years, I wanted to make sure that I was ‘putting something back’ and I am delighted to say that an agreement is now in place for 5% of sales turnover, relating to National Trail products, to go towards the promotion of National Trails This will be done via Natural England’s promotional lead Walk Unlimited.
Thanks and best wishes,
About National Trails
There are fifteen National Trails in England and Wales. They are long distance routes which pass through some of the most stunning landscapes in Britain (in Scotland, the equivalent trails are called long distance routes).
National Trails are waymarked using the Acorn symbol.
The images used on this website have been obtained from Natural England, Pembrokeshire National Park Association and other sources. The photographers are Mike Kipling, Nick Turner, Roger Clegg, David Selman, McCoy Wynne, Mike Williams, Tina Stallard, Andrew Besley, Rob Fraser and Andy Howorth.
Illuminating Hadrian's Wall event, Millennium Bridge, Newcastle Quayside, March 2010