20 December 2013
A well-used, historic path leading to Nottingham Castle has now been declared a public footpath thanks to the efforts of local residents and Ramblers volunteers, following attempts by the management company of a nearby private residential housing estate to block the route.
18 December 2013
Walkers and others who enjoy the Peak District’s traffic-free paths will see three trails transformed into vital wildlife corridors in the coming years thanks to a new stewardship scheme which Ramblers’ members consulted on.
16 December 2013
Terry Griffiths, Footpath Officer for the Neath Port Talbot Ramblers, has been working hard over the last few months to help ensure that the path network in Neath Port Talbot is not only protected but also improved.
12 December 2013
A path in the Whitby area of Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, which connects local people to the ancient woodland of Stanney Wood Country Park, has been officially recognised as a footpath thanks to the efforts of local residents and the Ramblers.
11 December 2013
We’ve created over 50 walking hubs across Scotland to help people enjoy paths in their local community as part of the Ramblers Scotland Medal Routes project, which is building a legacy from the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
09 December 2013
We submitted a response supported by the British Mountaineering Council, the Outdoor Industries Association, the Open Spaces Society and the Sport and Recreation Alliance to DEFRA’s consultation on the implementation of the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP).
21 November 2013
The Anti-social Behaviour Crime and Policing Bill, which will give local authorities new powers to close paths and other public spaces to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour, is now making its way through the House of Lords.
21 November 2013
We’re now half way to the 2026 cut-off date for adding historic rights of way to definitive maps introduced by the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000. We’ve been working to ensure the way unrecorded paths are put on the map is made more efficient as part of the Deregulation Bill which has now moved to its next phase.
18 November 2013
This is the latest GeoVation Challenge launched by Ordnance Survey this month to address the problems we're facing in Britain linked to inactive lifestyles.
15 November 2013
This summer the Transport Committee, a Select Committee of the House of Commons, called for evidence on the state of public transport in isolated communities. We’ve had concerns about the lack of adequate public transport in rural communities for a number of years and decided to submit a response after hearing your views.