GB Walking Festivals

Welcome to the webpages for our GB walking festivals, covering Festival of Winter Walks (23 December 2017-07 January 2018) and Walk About (Saturday 26 May-Sunday 03 June 2018).  

The purpose of our walking festivals is to inspire people to join our fantastic walking community.  We’d like to thank all of you for your fantastic festivals work to date, to thank the Players of the People’s Postcode Lottery for their continued support, which is enabling us to make our festivals bigger and better.  

Watch these pages for more information around the festivals as things develop.  

 

Ramblers Festival of Winter Walks visual identity guidelines

Please refer to these guidelines about how to use the Festival of Winter Walks logo and useful information about things like which web addresses and hashtags to use.

Festival of Winter Walks logo (English)

English language versions to use on promotional materials for Festival of Winter Walks (ZIP folder).

Festival of Winter Walks logo (Welsh)

Welsh language versions to use on promotional materials for Festival of Winter Walks (ZIP folder).

Social Media Graphics

Visual graphics to use to promote the festival through Facebook and Twitter.

Press Release Template (Ramblers, English)

English language version – drop in details of your walks.

Press Release Template (Ramblers, Welsh)

Welsh language version – drop in details of your walks.

Press Release Template (Walking for Health)

Please use if you’re a Walking for Health scheme.

Festival of Winter Walks Poster Template - PDF (Ramblers, English)

Editable PDF poster template – download and edit to add your walks /events.

Festival of Winter Walks Poster Template - Word (Ramblers, English)

Editable Word poster template - use this if you’d like to edit the poster using Word to add your walks /events.

Festival of Winter Walks poster template - PDF (Ramblers, Welsh)

Bilingual editable PDF poster template in English and Welsh.

Downloading PDFs

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If you're having trouble downloading PDFs, you may want to right click on the 'Download' link and choose 'Save link as' and then open the document when it has been saved to your PC.

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