03 July 2012
Pupils from the Dylan Thomas Community School in Swansea showed their support for walking in Britain during May by undertaking a series of practical pathwork sessions near Port Eynon.
02 July 2012
Ramblers Cymru will be encouraging more people to get walking in Wales after taking over the running of the Let's Walk Cymru initiative in its final year from Sport Wales.
28 June 2012
A total of 120 Welsh Baccalaureate students from Dylan Thomas Community School in Swansea participated in voluntary work over two weeks during late May 2012.
27 June 2012
During the summer months of June and July 2012, a group of pilgrims will undertake a 22 day journey across South Wales to St Davids. The inspiration for the journey has risen from the ancient spirit of pilgrimage but also an occasion to culturally celebrate the arrival of the Olympics to Britain.
25 June 2012
We’re always looking for ways to highlight the hard work done by our volunteers and now, thanks to our new interactive map of successes, it’s even easier to shout about their efforts.
20 June 2012
Ramblers walking groups across Britain will be making the most of the longer July days by putting on a programme of open-to-all evening walks throughout the month.
14 June 2012
Ramblers Cymru is inviting walkers to join a 22-day pilgrimage from Llanthony to St Davids taking place from 16 June to 7 July as part of the UK’s nationwide Cultural Olympiad celebrations.
28 May 2012
In order to get a better insight into the work our volunteers do and show our support for their tireless efforts, staff at Ramblers central office took on volunteering roles from 21-27 May as part of staff volunteering week.
24 May 2012
The summer issue of Walk – the magazine of the Ramblers – is due to land on members’ doormats and newsstands in just a few days and we couldn’t resist giving you a preview of what’s coming up.
18 May 2012
Footpaths and bridleways in England and Wales created before 1949 which are not recorded by 1 January 2026 will be lost forever however new proposals released by DEFRA could address the problem.