Volunteer news archive

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.

Canal towpath

Help us improve access to canals and rivers for walkers

20 February 2013

We're looking for a volunteer to represent the Ramblers on the Canal and River Trust's new National User Forum.

Ramblers volunteers

Inspiring walkers to volunteer

18 February 2013

We’re keen to inspire even more people who are passionate about walking to volunteer with us and we need you help!

Walking for Health leader at work

New briefing makes strong health case for walking investment

13 February 2013

A new briefing aimed at Walking for Health schemes could also help Ramblers volunteers arguing the case for investment in walking by providing facts and figures on walking, physical activity and health.

Get Walking Week logo

Get involved in Get Walking Week

12 February 2013

If your group is planning a walk between Satuday 4 and Saturday 11 May why not make it a short walk and join in Get Walking Week.

Kate Ashbrook

Need help with a campaign?

29 January 2013

Ramblers President Kate Ashbrook is keen to share her campaigning experience to help Ramblers volunteers with campaigning and lobbying.

South Wiltshire Ramblers installing a gate

Ramblers Volunteer Award

16 January 2013

Do you think your group or area deserve national recognition? At General Council we will be recognising our area's and groups that have gone that extra mile to ensure Britain is better for walkers.

Silver Slashers

Silver Slashers keep Anglesey’s paths clear for over 5 Years

14 January 2013

Last Friday (11 January) Benedict Southworth, Ramblers Chief Executive, visited Anglesey’s ‘Silver Slashers’ to celebrate the opening of a new boardwalk and see firsthand their dedicated work to keep the countryside open for walkers.

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