05 February 2015
The Board of Trustees met on 30-31 January to discuss the proposals from the governance working group and the proposals for a new vision. Here is a short holding statement from the chair of the Board, on behalf of the trustees.
29 January 2015
In 2013, General Council asked the Board of Trustees to undertake a review of the way we operate and govern ourselves. The Board asked a group of experienced volunteers to come up with a set of ideas. We then asked members and volunteers to comment on these ideas, which we received with thanks. Here is an update from the governance working group on what's happening next.
15 January 2015
The Big Pathwatch is coming! This summer the Ramblers is launching an ambitious new project, to coincide with our 80th year.
15 January 2015
The times they are a-changing. And we need to keep up. So, over the next few weeks you’ll notice some improvements to our website.
16 December 2014
Recognise a volunteer or team of volunteers who have done something special. The President's Volunteer Awards are an opportunity to celebrate and highlight the successes of our volunteers. Anyone is able to nominate somebody for an award.
04 December 2014
We’re reviewing how the Ramblers is governed and we’d like your input.
02 December 2014
Everyone who gives their time to the Ramblers for no financial reward is a volunteer. We depend on you to deliver our mission. And in 2015 we will be offering a range of workshops to help develop you in your role.
20 November 2014
There are going to some exciting opportunities for Ramblers groups to get involved with helping more people to try walking with us this year, to welcome new members and make new links with health walks.
19 November 2014
We hope you are looking forward to a busy and walk-filled festive season. Don’t forget that all walks taking place from 20 December to 4 January form part of the Ramblers’ Festival of Winter Walks.
14 November 2014
On 28 October the House of Lords discussed the detail of the rights of way clauses in Committee. This meant that, once again, there was opportunity for changes to the Bill to be proposed.