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Ramblers reaction to the Budget

18 March 2015

Presenting the government’s budget this afternoon Chancellor George Osborne declared that "Britain is walking tall again". So does that mean he’s pulling on his walking boots, stepping out on foot and seeing how it contributes to Britain’s growing outdoors economy?

Walkers are one step closer to enjoying new coast path

16 March 2015

Walkers are one step closer to being able to enjoy greater access to the coast of England as Natural England publish their timetable to create a new National Trail - the England Coast Path - by 2020.

Barry Gardiner MP with Mid Sussex Ramblers

Barry Gardiner MP walks with Mid Sussex Ramblers

10 March 2015

Shadow DEFRA Minister Barry Gardiner MP steps out with the Mid Sussex Ramblers to discuss the benefits of walking.

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09 March 2015

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Trees over path

Recording historic paths: another milestone passed

03 March 2015

The push to improve the processes surrounding the recording of historic paths on official maps has passed another milestone.

Ramblers join other NGOs in call for review of planning system

02 March 2015

We have joined eight other environment and conservation organisations in signing a joint letter calling for an overhaul of the Scottish planning system

Great city walks

Great city walks

20 February 2015

You don’t always need to venture out into the hills to find a great walk - some of the best walks in Britain are hidden in and around our great cities.

Corrour sign for Walkers

Land Reform Bill consultation response

10 February 2015

Ramblers Scotland has submitted a response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the Land Reform Bill.

Ramblers call for public rights of access to be established over Scotlands level crossings

09 February 2015

10th anniversary of Scotland’s right to roam gives opportunity for Scottish Parliament to resolve long-running conflict

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Ramblers call for tougher wind farm scrutiny

09 February 2015

Ramblers Scotland has joined 5 other organisations in signing a joint letter calling on the Scottish Government to improve its approach to assessing planning applications relating to wind farm developments. developments. In each case the government is perceived to have disregarded the submissions made by its own advisors and statutory consultees, Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).