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Ramblers call for emergency path funding to prevent a winter of unwalkable paths

21 October 2021

Ahead of this autumn’s Government spending review, the Ramblers is calling on the UK Government to prevent another winter of unwalkable paths

Dartmoor National Park consulting on new rules

13 October 2021

Dartmoor National Park Authority have launched a consultation on proposed changes to its byelaws. The local Ramblers Area are busy preparing their response to the proposed changes.

London Mayor assessed on progress towards making London greener

13 October 2021

“A positive start but some significant inconsistencies and concerns”. London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s first 100 days of his second term in office have been assessed by the More Natural Capital coalition of green groups.

Pressure grows on rail bosses to fix Dalwhinnie 'debacle'

11 October 2021

Diverse names sign open letter calling for unlocking of level crossing gates at Dalwhinnie.

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Prime Minister warned of urgent need to improve access to nature

27 September 2021

The Government is missing vital opportunities in upcoming legislation to improve access to nature

Rail bosses face widespread calls to reopen Dalwhinnie level crossing gates

22 September 2021

Together with local and national stakeholders, we met with Network Rail on Tuesday 21 September to call for the urgent unlocking of gates at Dalwhinnie level crossing.

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Ramblers encourages walking on World Free Car Day to mark £2m funding award 

22 September 2021

Funding is thanks to players of People’s Postcode Lottery, as part of the lottery’s Climate Challenge initiative. 

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Final leg of the Offa’s Dyke Path Big Welsh Walk a success in Monmouthshire

20 September 2021

Last weekend the Big Welsh Walk finished in Wye Valley with walkers celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 177-mile Offa’s Dyke Path National Trail on the final weekend of the festival.

Big Welsh Walk in Knighton

Ramblers Cymru Big Welsh Walk reaches Knighton to mark Offa's Dyke anniversary

14 September 2021

Walkers marked the 50th anniversary of the Offa's Dyke path over the weekend, with a celebratory walk that started in Herefordshire.

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Government missing vital opportunity to improve access to nature say Ramblers

06 September 2021

By not strengthening the Environment Bill Ministers risk missing an opportunity to bring the benefits of accessing nature to more people.

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