23 August 2019 by Alisa Bury
Alisa Bury is a year 12 student based in south London. In July 2019, Alisa joined the Ramblers’ policy and advocacy team for a week’s work experience. In this blog, Alisa reflects on her experiences as a young person living in London and the importance of walking and green spaces.
19 August 2019 by Paula Renzel
We hear about Paula's challenges of overcoming the fear on her first solo long-distance hike, 5-6 days along the Snowdonia Slate Trail in North Wales.
15 August 2019 by Gemma Cantelo
Boris Johnson has a tough task ahead. Brexit will dominate his first few months in Number 10, but it’s not the only challenge ahead. Gemma Cantelo, Ramblers’ head of policy and advocacy, reflects on what we need to see from the new government.
09 August 2019 by Jess Borham
We hear from Jess about her experience taking on the Snowdon at night challenge to support the Ramblers.
18 July 2019 by Pam Byrd
The Deepings received a special recognition in our Britain's Best Walking Neighbourhood Awards 2019. Pam Byrd, of the Deepings Neighbourhood planning team, talks about her neighbourhood, receiving the award and gives her advice for those looking to nominate their neighbourhood next year!
17 July 2019 by Robyn Stephens
On Tuesday 9 July Robert Courts MP led a debate on Government’s support for active travel and local walking and cycling infrastructure plans.
26 June 2019 by Gemma Cantelo
Today, thousands of people will line the streets of Westminster as part of The Time Is Now, a mass lobby for climate, nature and people. Why is the Ramblers is taking part?
20 June 2019 by Alison Hallas
There are many benefits to urban walking. As well as the mental and physical health benefits of being out on foot and getting some exercise on your way to the shops or office, good walking neighbourhoods mean cleaner air and safer streets, due to fewer cars on roads and greener surroundings.
05 June 2019 by Ed Wilson
Presenting a national Volunteer Award to Brian Micklam from West Wiltshire for his work as footpath secretary and local action.
28 May 2019 by Beth Salt
Tracing the line of the 1914-18 battle front, the Western Front Way is a proposed 725km path for peace and remembrance that runs from the Swiss border in the south, through France and Belgium to the North Sea. As the first 140km section is unveiled, Beth Salt explains how the project got off the ground.