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Lothian and Borders family walkers

Edinburgh Ramblers launch Autumn family walks

28 August 2015

Families in Lothian and the Borders are invited to put on their walking shoes and step out with the Ramblers this autumn to enjoy Scotland on foot.

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New videos highlight the work of Ramblers volunteers

28 August 2015

Our volunteers continue you to do great work protecting and preserving the places we love to walk

Barmouth Bridge

Keep Barmouth Bridge open to walkers

24 August 2015

Gwynedd Council is considering the closure of iconic Barmouth Bridge to pedestrians and cyclists as one of a number of possible cost-cutting measures. Walkers will face an 18-mile detour if the bridge is closed. An online petition has been set up.

Walkers sharing a flask

Views sought on outdoor recreation in Wales

03 August 2015

The Welsh Government has published the long awaited Green paper on improving opportunities to access the outdoors for responsible recreation. Ramblers Cymru will be taking a keen interest in the debates this will generate, and will be developing a strong response that stresses the importance of protecting our path network while building the vibrant walking culture we want to see in Wales.

White Cliffs

White Cliffs Walking Festival

20 July 2015

The White Cliffs Walking Festival returns over the August Bank Holiday weekend.

Charities call for scottish alternative to Osbournes road funds

20 July 2015

Ramblers Scotland has joined forces with six other charities to call for funding from the Vehicle Excise Duty to be invested in walking in cycling in Scotland.

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Ramblers Cymru urges Welsh Government to build a walking Wales

09 July 2015

Ramblers Cymru has called on the Welsh Government and Assembly Members to help build a walking future for Wales and make it the best country in the world for walkers.On 9th July Ramblers Cymru presented its manifesto to Welsh Government at the Senedd and seven year old Caitlin Brough, young walking ambassador explained why walking is so important.

George Osborne

Osborne’s first all-Conservative Budget – problems on the horizon?

08 July 2015

Chancellor George Osborne’s first all-Conservative Budget very much focused on his party’s pre-election topics of tax, spending and benefits. But what did it contain for walkers?

Public path

Court of Appeal ruling will help us save more lost ways

01 July 2015

Ramblers are celebrating the Court of Appeal’s ruling in the Andrews case, which was heard earlier this month.

Beavers

Scotland's environmental organisations back the beaver

24 June 2015

Ramblers Scotland has joined a coalition of over 20 environmental NGOs, calling for the Eurasian beaver to be fully reintroduced and recognised by the Scottish Government as a resident, native species in Scotland

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