Publicity & Media

Devon Area Ramblers Facebook and Twitter accounts have been set up by Celia Minoughan, Social Media Co-ordinator to promote our walking festivals, Devon Ramblers Groups activities and other news. By August 2018 our Facebook posts had reached approximately 10,000 people and Twitter posts 15,000. The number of visitors to our Devon Ramblers website doubled in May as a result of the Walkabout Festival social media and other promotions.

If you are on Facebook or Twitter please follow us and share our news with your friends on Facebook and

Celia Minoughan is Devon Ramblers Media Secretary and Maggi Rogers Assistant Media Secretary.

We welcome ideas from all Devon groups for 2020 Rambler promotions – you can email suggestions to

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Well done!

Devon County Council recently completed the first bridge of a river-valley path, which crosses the River Coly. This is thanks to local volunteers, Rosemary and Alan Kimbell of the Ramblers, who two years ago worked tirelessly to ensure that a footpath in Devon was officially confirmed to be a public right of way.

The river-valley path winds its way through the Devon parishes of Northleigh, Farway, Colyton, and Southleigh and needs bridges installing over the river.

Devon County Council have now completed the first of these, pictured above.

The Ramblers have proposed a diversion of the path to save the need for two additional bridges being built.

A great place to walk and great work by Devon County Council.

Download our new Devon Area Leaflet

Our new leaflet gives details of the Devon Area and the twelve Groups within the county.  Over 30 carefree led walks every week!

Click here - to download a PDF file of the leaflet.

  Walking in Devon you will enjoy both Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks; The Southwest Way long distance Coastal Path; (over 630 miles long) The Two Moors Way; The Tarka Trail and much more.