Eugene Suggett

Eugene at Exmoor National Park 

Experience of Pyrenees and Alps, Inca trails and tracks worn by Spanish muleteers, and travel in Russia and other parts of Europe and in Asia, have confirmed my view that there’s no landscape to beat the British one for walking, a notion I formed as a boy walking in the Peak of Derbyshire and the north moorlands of Staffordshire.

I still enjoy being outdoors in remote places in all weathers, from a day’s jaunt in the North Downs to the odd fortnight’s backpacking. Quaint town streets, amazing open landscapes and the public’s rights of way all need protection, and it’s a delight to have a small hand in the work of the Ramblers’ 70 years-worth of that.

Eugene Suggett is senior policy officer for the Ramblers.

Misinterpretation of the law?

14 February 2017 by Eugene Suggett

On 14 and 15 February we will be contending a misinterpretation of the law in the High Court of Justice.

Woodbastwick

How to get on the map

07 December 2016 by Eugene Suggett

Claiming an unrecorded right of way helps ensure a path is protected for public use, both now and in the future. Our senior policy officer, Eugene Suggett shares a recent example of how you can claim an unrecorded way.

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There’s no landscape to beat the British one for walking, but quaint town streets, amazing open landscapes and the public’s rights of way all need protection.

Eugene Suggett