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Defra ministers to confirm plans to impose a cut-off date of 2031 for lost paths to be registered dealing a crushing blow to England’s much-loved path network.
Paths hold the key to significant physical and mental health benefits. But communities that would benefit most from greater access to nature are missing out.
Ramblers Scotland has revealed eight of the country’s finest ‘hidden paths’, all of which have been mapped for the first time thanks to its award-winning Scottish Paths Map.
Ramblers Scotland president Zahrah Mahmood joined Glasgow Ramblers to celebrate the first birthday of the city’s hugely-successful Magnificent 11 Trail.
New statistics highlight urgent need for investment in access, and how poorer Scots lack local paths to get active
Ramblers Cymru research reveals that our paths are valued, but more investment is needed, and more needs to be done to help people access information to enjoy the outdoors.
Ramblers Cymru will be delivering the Paths to Communities project for Monmouthshire County Council developing ways to make the public rights of way network more sustainable in the long term.
Our new ambassador Leanne Wood has written an open letter calling on Welsh Govt to lead the way in connecting people with nature and walking.