10 December 2020
The Ramblers are encouraging Londoners to support trials which will reduce the amount of motor traffic across the Royal Parks
09 December 2020
After saving five level crossings in Cambridgeshire, Ramblers are celebrating after preventing a further eleven from closure in Suffolk.
11 March 2020
The Ramblers called for the Budget to deliver a better deal for walking and cycling and ambitious funding to protect the places we love to walk – through strong measures to tackle climate change, boost biodiversity and enhance people’s connection and access to nature. Read our response to today's budget announcement.
02 March 2020
The Ramblers response to the Home Office consultation on strengthening police powers to deal with unauthorised encampments
12 September 2018
We have welcomed the inclusion today (12th September) of support for public access as part of the new Agriculture Bill something we have been calling for in our Your Path Awaits Campaign.
18 December 2014
From dog-walkers or people who commute to work on foot, to regular Munro-baggers and hardy hikers, Ramblers Scotland is calling on all regular walkers to have their say about the great outdoors and help shape a new 10-year vision for walking in Scotland.
17 December 2014
Scottish Gathering to be postponed till 2016 in order to refresh the format
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
Today we’re celebrating the Government’s announcement that more than £5.3 million has been committed to ensure the England Coast Path will be completed and open for all to enjoy by 2020, ten years earlier than was originally planned.
03 December 2014
It may come as no surprise that both coalition parties are seeking to sweeten the years of belt-tightening austerity but the extra investment in infrastructure and health has particularly attracted our attention.