Ramblers brand toolkit

Welcome to the Ramblers brand toolkit. You'll find here our brand guidelines, Ramblers logo and other elements of our visual identity.

Brand guidelines  (3.6 MB)

This guide has been developed to help create materials and publications using Ramblers brand.

How we write

Logos library

Ramblers logos designed for use by areas and groups.

Horizons library  (7.8 MB)

You can download the horizons and use them to illustrate your newletters, walks programmes or any other publications.

Found objects (brick, leaf, dark leaf, feather)  (50.1 MB)

Found objects (brick, leaf, dark leaf and a feather) are part of Ramblers brand and can be used together with Ramblers horizons. They form an internal part of our visual identity.

Found objects (disk, drain, dry leaf and pillar)  (57.5 MB)

Found objects (disk, drain, dry leaf and pillar) are part of Ramblers brand and can be used together with Ramblers horizons. They form an internal part of our visual identity.

Found objects (light leaf, snail, stone, wood)  (14.1 MB)

Found objects (light leaf, snail, stone, wood) are part of Ramblers brand and can be used together with Ramblers horizons. They form an internal part of our visual identity.

Media consent form

The Ramblers' media consent form; to be used to document individual's consent for their story, quote, case study or photo/video to be used to promote the Ramblers in publications, advertisements, exhibitions, the media or on the internet (including on social media).

Image guidelines  (191.4 KB)

Image guidelines for Area and Group websites and marketing materials.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

For further information and guidance please see the GDPR toolkit. This guidance is intended for all Ramblers volunteers - explaining what the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is, why it’s important, and what volunteers must do to comply with our legal obligations.

Downloading PDFs

Adobe Reader is free software that lets you view and print Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files. To access PDF files you need Adobe Reader installed. If you don't have Adobe Reader on your computer, you can download it.

If you're having trouble downloading PDFs, you may want to right click on the 'Download' link and choose 'Save link as' and then open the document when it has been saved to your PC.

Updates to your inbox

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