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Quality Wellies 'Muck boots'

Discount and prize with Quality Wellies

22 April 2016

Fancy joining us? Join this weekend and be in with the chance to win a pair of high-end wellies.

Path Maintenance 2016

Help Us Improve Paths in the Pentlands

18 April 2016

Can you help us improve paths in the Pentlands this May?

Benedict Southworth

The Ramblers chief executive Benedict Southworth stands down

06 April 2016

After four successful years, Benedict Southworth has stepped down as our chief executive.

Delegates at Scottish Council

Update from Scottish Council 2016

17 March 2016

Scottish Council 2016 was a great success with 140 people attending over the 11th and 12th March

England Coast Path opens in Somerset

15 March 2016

We're celebrating today as 58 miles of the England Coast Path is opened between Brean Down and Minehead in Somerset.

EuroRando logo

Join a big European ramble

15 March 2016

Every 5 years, thousands of Ramblers from across Europe come together for Eurorando, a huge gathering of ramblers from dozens of different countries

London mayoral candidates talk walking at Greener London Hustings

11 March 2016

Earlier this month, four of the London mayoral candidates discussed what they would do for walkers at the Green Alliance hustings.

Scotland manifesto cover

Let’s get Scotland walking!

29 February 2016

Let’s get Scotland walking! Our manifesto is full of ideas on how to get more people healthier and happier, enjoying Scotland’s great outdoors – why not share it with your candidates?

Mayoral candidate Caroline Pidgeon meets London Ramblers to talk walking and transport

25 February 2016

Caroline Pidgeon, Liberal Democrat mayoral candidate, meets London Ramblers to talk putting walking up London’s transport agenda

Scottish government should redirect funding from roads to walking and cycling

22 February 2016

Ahead of the Scottish budget debate on Wednesday, Ramblers Scotland has joined a coalition of transport and environmental groups backed by the broadcaster Lesley Riddoch and University of Edinburgh Professor Chris Oliver to call on the government to reprioritise its transport budget and spend less money on road building and motorways and more on supporting walking and cycling.