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Harston level crossing

Victory for Cambridgeshire Ramblers as five level crossings are saved

12 November 2020

Cambridgeshire Ramblers are celebrating after saving five important level crossing public rights of way from closure.

Don’t Lose Your Way reveals over 49,000 miles of lost historic paths

02 November 2020

Don’t Lose Your Way reveals over 49,000 miles of lost historic paths

Rolling fields with grasses, trees and cows

Ramblers response to farming community’s proposals to divert paths

15 October 2020

The Ramblers has joined with a range of access organisations to raise serious concerns about plans, which risk preventing and discouraging the use of the path network.

A group of older people walking along a park path

Ramblers Walking for Health receives Sport England funding

14 October 2020

The Ramblers Walking for Health programme is delighted to have received £185,000 National Lottery funding from Sport England.

Portrait of Tanya Curry

Ramblers extends interim chief executive contract to April 2022

07 October 2020

Kate Ashbrook, the Ramblers chair of the trustees today confirmed that the board has extended the contract of Tanya Curry, interim chief executive, until April 2022.

Pubic Footpath sign on top of a hill, looking into a valley of fields

Landscapes for everyone?

06 October 2020

How we can unleash the potential of designated landscapes for people, climate and nature.

Five people, standing apart, beside a path and field

Rushcliffe Ramblers work to beat social isolation

22 September 2020

Rushcliffe Ramblers have been awarded funding to support tackling social isolation in their community.

People protesting with placards

Community action reinstates path

19 August 2020

Community action leads to the reinstatement of a path through an estate near Ross-on-Wye.

Keep On Roaming

Keep on roaming

19 August 2020

People should have the freedom to explore, connect with nature and enjoy the beauty of the outdoors, read what we have to say on the right to walk in wild, open countryside.

Three people and a dog walking along a green grassy path, in front of buildings

Response to planning reform proposals

06 August 2020

Proposed reforms to planning process may endanger wildlife, heritage and green open spaces