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Find. Map. Save: join the search to save thousands of miles of lost historic paths

11 February 2020

The Ramblers is calling on the public to join the search to find and map thousands of miles of lost historic paths across England and Wales, with the launch of a new Don’t Lose Your Way online mapping site today [11 February].

Our response to new funding for walking, cycling and buses

11 February 2020

The Ramblers, as part of the Walking and Cycling Alliance (WACA), has responded to the Government announcement today of an extra £5 billion for walking, cycling and buses.

Train

The Ramblers response to government’s announcement on HS2

11 February 2020

The Ramblers is disappointed by the government’s announcement that HS2 is proceeding as planned, without further action to protect the environment, nature and our precious landscapes.

People walking in brighton

Funding boost for walking and cycling schemes is a step in the right direction, says The Ramblers

07 February 2020

The Ramblers welcomes the announcement of a £22 million funding boost for walking and cycling schemes over the next year and the publication of the Government’s review of walking and cycling interventions.

Van and two path maintenance volunteers

Resignation of the Ramblers chief executive

13 January 2020

The Ramblers chief executive Van Griffiths has resigned today, 13/01/20. She joined the charity in 2016 and during her tenure she has revitalised the 85-year old charity.

Off-road vehicles - Little Langdale and High Tilberthwaite, Lake District

19 December 2019

Ramblers volunteers in the Lake District have been working closely with other partners to challenge the Lake District National Park Authority’s decision not to ban 4x4s and trail motorbikes from farm tracks.

Three men and a Ramblers commendation certificate

Don’t Lose Your Way volunteer recognised for work to save lost footpaths

18 December 2019

Merry Christmas Jumpers

Stressed-out Brits turning to walking to stress-bust

17 December 2019

Brits are finding their feet when it comes to stress-busting. Over half of those who ever feel stressed (55.9%) reported that they had gone for a walk either by themselves, or with others, in nature or green spaces to help them deal with feelings of stress, according to our YouGov survey results commissioned and released today.

Festival of Winter Walks

Wales walking to stress bust

16 December 2019

Mae y cyfnod Nadoligaidd hwn yn cyfle i dadflino ac ymuno â thaith gerdded am ddim mewn grŵp fel rhan o Ŵyl Cerdded Gaeaf y Cerddwyr (20 Rhagfyr i 5 Ionawr) a mwynhau'r awyr agored.

Peoples Postcode Lottery Ambassadors walk The Cambrian Way

Cyflwynwyr teledu adnabyddus yn dod i nabod taith cerdded sy'n rhedeg ar hyd Cymru

25 November 2019

Mae'r cyflwynwyr teledu Matt Johnson a Fiona Phillips wedi ymweld â rhannau anghysbell o Gymru i gerdded Taith Cambria - llwybr 298 milltir sy'n ymestyn ar hyd a lled y wlad - ac wedi dysgu sut mae gwirfoddolwyr ymroddedig yn sicrhau bod y llwybr wedi'i marcio'n glir i bawb ei fwynhau.

Four people seated on a bench with dogs sitting in front

South Devon Ramblers gain a new perspective on walking

21 November 2019

The South Devon Ramblers enjoyed a new perspective on the walking experience, when they teamed up for a walk with a group of visually impaired people on a walking holiday, along with their guide dogs.