11 December 2013
09 December 2013
The BBC’s Countryfile has been exploring our ‘glorious coastline’ and asking what’s holding back the completion of the England Coast Path – which is lagging behind its Welsh counterpart – talking to Ramblers Campaigns Director Nicky Philpott and others.
05 December 2013
There has been an abundance of announcements from Government this week on investments in the UK’s infrastructure which will have an impact on the places we love to walk.
25 November 2013
We’re studying the fine print of the High Speed Rail (Preparation) Bill published today which will enable the construction of Phase One of HS2, the high speed rail link from London to the West Midlands, to go ahead.
Our Paths in Crisis report reveals there over 100,000 problems on paths waiting to be dealt with by local authorities in England, with the growing backlog putting walkers off from enjoying the outdoors and having a negative impact on our health and local economies.
20 November 2013
Find out what the RSPB, CPRE, Woodland Trust, Ramblers, Marine Conservation Society and more had to say on the Government's progress on its natural environment commitments at the launch of the Nature Check 2013 report.
19 November 2013
A survey commissioned alongside Nature Check 2013, a report published by 41 environmental organisations including the Ramblers, reveals how much the British public values the natural environment but calls into question the Government’s commitment to it.
14 November 2013
Our One Coast For All campaign for the England Coast Path has been named environmental or access initiative of the year at the Great Outdoors Awards voted for by members of the public, while Ramblers president Kate Ashbrook was runner up in the outdoor personality of the year category.
11 November 2013
We’re pleased to hear that the Government is giving five cities in England £1.2million for new walking projects, but want the Department of Health and Public Health England to invest more in walking as the best way to tackle England's costly physical inactivity epidemic.
07 November 2013
We’ve spoken up about proposed changes to the law about judicial review – the process through which the way decisions have been made by public bodies can be challenged – which would have a negative impact on campaigning and lobbying groups if they were to go ahead.
31 October 2013
Walkers can look forward to enjoying a new National Trail after our successful campaign for a continuous path around England’s coast.
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