21 February 2022
The Ramblers has today (21st Feb) joined over 60 organisations, including experts in nature, public health, access and equality, to launch a new ‘nature for everyone’ campaign. We’re calling for access to nature to be a key part of the UK Government’s ‘Levelling Up’ reforms.
16 February 2022
The UK government has today (16th Feb) announced that the 2026 deadline to register historic paths is to be abolished in England.
28 January 2022
Our love of walking in the great outdoors has grown during the pandemic and isn’t stopping. 92% of UK adults agree it’s a popular, ‘on trend’ hobby, new research conducted for the Ramblers has revealed.
28 January 2022
The Highway Code has been updated to put walkers at the top of a hierarchy of road users, giving drivers and cyclists more responsibility to reduce the danger they may pose.
19 January 2022
The Ramblers today reveals a new identity, designed to reflect our vibrant and growing Ramblers community, and our work to ensure everyone can enjoy the simple pleasures of walking.
17 January 2022
On Saturday (15 January 2022), the UK government published its long-awaited response to the Landscapes Review, Julian Glover’s independent review of protected landscapes in England.
12 January 2022
We’re one step closer to the walking the coastline of England, as the latest stretch of the England Coast Path opens in North Kent today.
14 December 2021
Ramblers Cymru’s community led Paths to Wellbeing £1.2m funded project is seeking to transform walking and nature across 18 areas, by helping people to develop their path network and improve their local green spaces.
06 December 2021
New statistics revealed today by the Ramblers show the value we are placing on getting fresh air and enjoying being out in nature through walking this winter.
02 December 2021
The government has announced further details on what is to be included in its new farm payments schemes, as part of once in a generation reforms to the agricultural sector. However, this latest announcement failed to live up to previous commitments that funding will be available to farmers for improved access to the countryside.