All areas and groups now have their own editable pages on the Ramblers website. These pages provide a single place on the main website for information about all our areas and groups. They also provide a web presence for areas and groups that don’t manage their own sites.
Full instructions on how to edit the pages can be downloaded below.
Only volunteers who are recognised as local web page editors can edit the pages. If your area or group doesn’t already have a recognised editor, please decide who this should be and then do the following:
We’ll set up the account as soon as possible and let the editor know when this is done. Once registered, the local web page editor will see the necessary edit functions on their group's webpage(s)
Also on this page you'll find information about how best to set up an external website specifically for your area or group, and the guidelines you'll need to follow.
Version 2.1 March 2015Guide for area and group web page editors.
A list of all area and group web addresses beginning with ramblers.org.uk.
Latest news and important announcements on major changes and improvements to the Ramblers website affecting area and group volunteers, including upgrades to online systems.
Guidance on getting information about your area or group onto the web, including through an external area or group website.
Find out what's involved in running an Area website.
Find out what's involved in running a local group website.
Guidance on excluded advertising within Area and Group publications, newsletters, annual reports and websites.
Steps to follow to achieve cookie compliance on Area and Group websites.
Up to date guidance on the correct use of personal data
Role description for local area or group webpage editors
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