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In the House

Ramblers walk and talk during Parliament Week

20 November 2014

We have been walking and talking with MPs during Parliament Week and take part in the House of Commons event 'In the House'

Dan Rogerson MP

Dan Rogerson MP joins us for a ramble

14 November 2014

On Wednesday 12 November, Camel Ramblers were joined by their local MP and Minister for the Environment Food and Rural Affairs, Dan Rogerson for a five mile walk on the inland footpaths near Wadebridge.

Public Affairs Awards

Coastal path campaign shortlisted for Public Affairs Award

12 November 2014

We’re excited to hear we’ve been shortlisted for the Public Affairs Awards 2014 for our ‘One Coast for All’ campaign.

UK Parliament

Infrastructure Bill - latest developments

07 November 2014

With amendments to the Infrastructure Bill currently being given consideration we highlight the most recent developments and our position on its many proposals.

Prevention is better than cure

07 November 2014

Ten of the leading health and social care charities have launched a new report today – What is preventing progress?. Stressing the need for action to tackle common risk factors for preventable disease, the report calls on all political parties to make prevention a top priority.

Clober Primary School waymark

If you go down to the woods today, you’ll be in for a lovely surprise!

03 November 2014

We've been working with Clober Primary School in Milngavie to design signage for a path around Mains Estate in Milngavie, East Dunbartonshire.

Worcester Ramblers

Worcester Ramblers celebrate their first renovated route

23 October 2014

The Worcester Ramblers redently celebrated a newly renovated route in Pensax and Menithwood. The route now boasts new signs, bridges, anti-slip matting and fixed stiles, thanks to work with the local council unit.

Woodlands

Can you go down to the woods today?

02 October 2014

Probably not. If you go down to the woods today, you’re sure of a big surprise, because disappointingly, only a third of woodland in England is currently available for people to fully explore.

Ramblers Campaigner retires on day of Wild Land debate

30 September 2014

On the day that the Scottish Parliament discusses the proposed Rannoch Moor wind farm and the future of Wild Land in Scotland one of Scotland’s longest serving environmental campaigners leaves his desk.

Ramblers Cymru step up to a challenge!

16 September 2014