The latest audio adventure sees us discovering how the beauty and heritage of woodlands is being revealed.
Sue Middleton from Forestry England, explains how The Forester's Forest initiative is helping visitors and the local community to discover the fascinating heritage and improve opportunities to explore. Later in the episode local resident, Emma, shares how the Walking with Wheels project has transformed her ability to explore with friends and family.
We head to Hardy's Birthplace in Dorset and discover how the rangers at Thorncombe Woods introduce people to the landscape that inspired the author as he grew up. Claire talks about the virtual walks that are continuing to provide access for people and gives an insight into the secrets that bluebells reveal.
Debbie North, from Julia Bradbury's The Outdoor Guide, shares her love for the countryside and how her work to introduce people to accessible opportunities takes her around the country. More recently she has been helping Ordnance Survey to promote opportunities to #GetOutsideInside
Win a copy of 'A Brush with the Coast' - Cornish artist, Sasha Harding, has kindly given 3 copies of her beautiful account of walking round the South West Coast Path. Entries are open to 31 May. Click here to enter and full details.
Inside Out is brought to you by Countryside Mobility, an initiative of the charity, Living Options.