05 August 2013
Residents in Morley, Leeds, have been successful in their campaign to get a path which was closed 11 years ago reopened and officially recorded and were celebrating their victory last week.
02 August 2013
The Tameside Ramblers would like to hear from walkers interested in helping clear footpaths in the Tameside area of Greater Manchester.
01 August 2013
An off-road route in Dronfield, Derbyshire, has been officially designated a footpath to the delight of the local community.
30 July 2013
We welcomed the publication of new government guidance for local authorities on renewable energy developments today, which is designed to ensure that the need for renewable energy does not override concerns about its impact on the environment.
25 July 2013
The Transport Committee, a select committee of the House of Commons, is calling for evidence to determine how best to meet the travel needs of people living in isolated communities. We’d like your views to help shape our response to the committee.
17 July 2013
We’ll be scrutinizing proposals for the extension of the HS2 network from Birmingham north to Manchester and Leeds as a formal consultation on the preferred route gets underway today.
10 July 2013
As it reaches its first birthday the Canal & River Trust is today (2 July 2013) launching an appeal for communities to transform their local canal or river through adopting mile-long stretches of waterways across England and Wales.
05 July 2013
On the weekend of 15 and 16 June 2013 Ramblers volunteers from all over England and Wales met in Edale to share ideas and input into our future Campaigns and Policy Strategy. Find out about the weekend and the resources now availanble.
05 July 2013
A section of a well-used path on the outskirts of Guisborough, North Yorkshire, has been reopened to the public thanks to a local campaign and now links residents to the surrounding countryside and to the Cleveland Way National Trail.
04 July 2013
The Government has published plans to simplify the process for claiming paths as rights of way or having them diverted.