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Images of the two hand signals for anglers and kayakers

On water hand signals for anglers and kayakers

Detail from pages 27 and 28 of Using Inland Water Responsibly: Guidance for all water users showing the two easy hand signals to be used and instructions for anglers and paddlers.

Image of the first of the photo cards - a girl walking her dog off lead in a park

Know the Code before you go Activity Guide - 8-12 and 12-14 year olds - Photo cards

These photo cards are for teachers and leaders to use with the Scottish Outdoor Access Code Activity Guides for 8 - 12 year olds and 12 - 14 year olds.

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Image of two games templates

Know the Code before you go Activity Guide - 8-12 and 12-14 year olds - Game board template

These board game bases are for teachers and leaders to use with the Scottish Outdoor Access Code Activity Guides for 8 - 12 year olds and 12 - 14 year olds.

Image of one side of the Crack the Code dial

Know the Code before you go Activity Guide - 8-12 and 12-14 year olds - Crack the Code dial (black and white)

A taster of the full Activity Guide for teachers and leaders working with young people. A useful take home item to help young people remember the key messages of the Access Code.

Commercial access to the outdoors in Scotland - Guidance on local management

Commercial access to the outdoors in Scotland - Guidance on local management

A wide range of commercial outdoor activities take place under Scottish access rights. Find out more about how to manage these activities in this guidance note which also includes case studies and sources of further information.

Cover of the information sheet

Information Sheet - Summary of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2005 - Part 1

This 4 page document gives a brief summary of the Land Reform (Scotland) Act 2005.

Front cover of Commercial Dog Walkers in the Outdoors - Attitudes, Engagement and Opportunities - Scottish Natural Heritage - 2014 (42pp)

Commercial Dog Walkers in the Outdoors - Attitudes, Engagement and Opportunities - Scottish Natural Heritage - 2015 (42pp)

This report gives an account of a series of 6 workshops run by Scottish Natural Heritage in 2013 to positively engage with commercial dog walkers. The aim of the events was to promote greater awareness of the Scottish Outdoor Access Code and improve understanding and compliance with its messages, benefit land management and other interests and add value to commercial dog walking businesses.

Scottish Access Officer Contact List

Scottish Access Officer Contact List

This list provides the contact details of local authority and national park access officers in Scotland.  It also includes other national access contacts for key activities in Scotland such as mountaineering, canoeing, horse riding, cycling/mountain biking.

Countryside Calendar - January

What happening in the countryside in January?

dog on lead and lambs cartoon

Radio advert 3 - Control your dog near farm animals

Radio advert 3 - Control your dog near farm animals.

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