Volunteer news archive

Benedict Southworth, Pembrokeshire

Benedict's volunteer update: April

22 March 2013

An April update for volunteers from Ramblers Chief Executive, Benedict Southworth.

50th 'Donate a Gate' installed on Isle of Wight

50th ‘Donate a Gate’ installed by Isle of Wight Ramblers

21 March 2013

The Isle of Wight Ramblers officially opened the 50th gate donated by the public this week, cutting the ribbon on a gate installed on the footpath near St Helens Church on the East side of the Island.

Group walking in woodland

Membership rates increase

20 March 2013

Some of our membership rates are being increased on 1 May 2013.

Get Walking Week logo

Get Walking Week publicity materials

15 March 2013

Publicity materials to help you promote Get Walking Week events are now available to download or order from central office.

Malcolms Footpath Appeal letter

Notice about our latest appeal

07 March 2013

Unfortunately an error made by our printer has resulted in some mistakes in our latest appeal letter sent to members.

Footpath signs

New edition of Footpath Worker available

04 March 2013

The latest edition of Footpath Worker is now available to download.

Walking along the Inverclyde coast

Inverclyde Ramblers help secure funding for coast path

28 February 2013

The Inverclyde Ramblers have helped Inverclyde Council secure £375,000 from the Big Lottery’s Coastal Communities Fund to develop a coastal trail from Wemyss Bay to Langbank as a heritage project.

Tiger Bay Ramblers

Campaigns and Policy Conference June 2013

27 February 2013

Are you involved in the organisation and coordination of our rights of way; access and countryside work at Area level? If so we will be running a conference for you in June 2013 that will offer an opportunity to meet and share ideas with others doing similar work from across England and Wales.

Making Ways For Horses

Reaction to EAFs 'Making Ways for Horses'

25 February 2013

Our response to the Equestrian Access Forum's new document ‘Making Ways for Horses’.

Rural community

Growth and Infrastructure Bill

21 February 2013

The Growth and Infrastructure Bill made a sudden appearance in the Parliamentary schedules because a slot became available when House of Lords reforms were dropped and contains clauses amending rights of way legislation.

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