Area and group web pages toolkit

Each area and group has their own webpage on the Ramblers website.  These webpages are edited and maintained by volunteers, in the role of group or area local webpage editor.

In this toolkit, you will find:

  • Information about the role of local webpage editor, and how to get started.
  • Full written guidance on how to edit your area or group webpage.
  • Ideas and inspiration for making the most of your webpage.
  • Other useful resources, including links to our data protection guidelines and branding and tone of voice guidance.

For further information, support, or to share ideas about your webpage – contact the delivery team on 020 3961 3300, or via email at

Area and group webpages guide for editors

Version 2.3 April 2018
Guide for area and group local webpage editors.


Here you will find the answers to some common questions about area and group webpages.

Local webpage editor role description

Role description for local area or group webpage editors.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

For further information and guidance please see the GDPR toolkit. This guidance is intended for all Ramblers volunteers - explaining what the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is, why it’s important, and what volunteers must do to comply with our legal obligations.

Area and group friendly urls

A list of all area and group web addresses beginning with

Area webmaster role description  (49.5 KB)

Find out what's involved in running an area website.

Group webmaster role description  (107.4 KB)

Find out what's involved in running a group website.

Downloading PDFs

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