15 November 2013
Ramblers Scotland is calling for Scotland’s third national park to be established on the Isle of Harris and for a western extension to the Cairngorms National Park boundary.
14 November 2013
Our One Coast For All campaign for the England Coast Path has been named environmental or access initiative of the year at the Great Outdoors Awards voted for by members of the public, while Ramblers president Kate Ashbrook was runner up in the outdoor personality of the year category.
11 November 2013
We’re pleased to hear that the Government is giving five cities in England £1.2million for new walking projects, but want the Department of Health and Public Health England to invest more in walking as the best way to tackle England's costly physical inactivity epidemic.
07 November 2013
We’ve spoken up about proposed changes to the law about judicial review – the process through which the way decisions have been made by public bodies can be challenged – which would have a negative impact on campaigning and lobbying groups if they were to go ahead.
07 November 2013
Bangor and Bethesda Ramblers welcomed the Chief Medical Officer for Wales, Dr Ruth Hussey OBE, on their walk in Aber last weekend.
06 November 2013
Ramblers Scotland is calling on people across Scotland to try Medal Routes short walks near them, and as a thank you for giving one of the walks a go, everyone will be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad Mini.
04 November 2013
Show your support for the Ramblers and vote for us in the Great Outdoors Awards before 10 November.
31 October 2013
Walkers can look forward to enjoying a new National Trail after our successful campaign for a continuous path around England’s coast.
25 October 2013
Walkers joined Ramblers volunteers for our first ever path maintenance holiday in October, opening up a stretch of footpath at Wendron near Helston in Cornwall to the delight of local residents.
24 October 2013
Walk magazine reader Robert Dangoor sent us a cartoon with the caption ‘The more you walk, the less you need to see your doctor’. We couldn’t agree more. Take a look at the cartoon.