14 November 2013
The West Riding Ramblers website features a fresh design, a news section, information about local groups, walks and publications, a Facebook feed and links to important pages on the main Ramblers website.
13 November 2013
We’re running a series of nine Volunteer Development Days to support the volunteers who help us deliver our mission. Find out what’s involved and where they’re taking place.
12 November 2013
We’re working on a new approach to improving volunteering for the Ramblers and need to hear about the views and experiences of as many of our volunteers as possible. You can help by answering our online survey.
25 October 2013
Lord de Mauley, Secretary of State for the natural environment, is inviting candidates to apply to become members of four National Park Authorities and two Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Conservation Boards.
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.
22 October 2013
In early October volunteers from Ramblers areas which fall in the line of the proposed route of HS2 phase 2 came together to prepare for the potential impact of the high speed rail link on rights of way in the Midlands and North of England by sharing best practice.
17 October 2013
Changes to the Walking for Health programme in England will create new opportunities to welcome former health walkers into the Ramblers. Sign up for online workshops to find out more about working with Walking for Health schemes.
14 October 2013
The Government has taken our concerns about the Anti-social Behaviour Crime and Policing Bill and the impact on access into account as it makes its way through Parliament.
07 October 2013
The Cirencester Ramblers’ newly established path maintenance group rolled up their sleeves to clear paths near the Cotswold village of Barnsley on 5 October, creating an attractive circular route for walkers to enjoy.
04 October 2013
Surrey County Council have produced a video thanking volunteers including the Farnham Ramblers for their help in maintaining the Surrey countryside.