What we do
There are 26 parishes in the Romsey area and Romsey Ramblers assist Hampshire County Council with maintenance and improvement work in all of these parishes.
The work involves:
Path Inspection, faults reported to Hampshire C.C.
Footpath signs, erection of signposts and way marks.
Planning Applications, checking TVBC Applications.
Footpath clearance, vegetation clearance.
Footpath improvements, replacement of stiles with kissing gates and the
Installation of boardwalks.
If you would like to volunteer to take part in any of these activities, please contact Romsey Ramblers: firstname.lastname@example.org
Walking a dog with the Romsey Group
Well behaved dogs are welcome on many walks but it is up to the individual leader to allow dogs on their walks. Walks where dogs are not allowed are marked 'Assistance dogs only'. Should you wish to bring a dog on a walk please contact the leader beforehand.
Please bear in mind:
Dogs must be kept on a short lead and under close control.
Dogs must be able to negotiate stiles and other obstacles without the aid of other walkers.
Please download see The Dog Walking Code.
Ticks and Lyme disease
Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that can be spread to humans by infected ticks. In our area wild life that carry tick are quite abundant, so we recommend you regularly check for ticks on your clothes and skin, and on children and pets after being outdoors. For more details see: Lyme disease - NHS