20 September 2013
Over 150 walkers turned out to tread the Outer Aylesbury Ring in Buckinghamshire with the Aylesbury Ramblers on 7 September, just a few months after the group officially opened the route.
18 September 2013
Our popular and longstanding winter walking festival wouldn’t happen without the help and support of our volunteers. Find out how you can get involved and help promote the festival near you.
16 September 2013
In the lead up to the next election local Ramblers groups have been out walking with MPs across England to show them what we do at a local level and tell them about our work. Now we need your help to invite even more MPs walking.
05 September 2013
We were thrilled with Torfaen Council's speedy response to a blocked footpath complaint.
05 September 2013
We’ve been working with Natural England and other stakeholders to try to find ways of simplifying and speeding up the processes for adding existing, but unrecorded, rights of way to the definitive map and our recommendations are now set to be reviewed by parliament.
04 September 2013
We all love the outdoors, but is there anything that would make you enjoy it even more? And what can we do to make it happen? We’ve started a big conversation with people all over the country and we want to hear from our volunteers.
01 September 2013
Since 2012 the Helensburgh and West Dunbartonshire Ramblers have worked to upgrade and extend the boardwalk path in the Peaton Hill Community Nature Reserve on the Rosneath Peninsula, making it easier for walkers to enjoy the wildlife haven.
30 August 2013
The Ynys Mon Ramblers are using a donation to their group to install a series of gates to make it easier for walkers of all abilities to use paths on Anglesey.
21 August 2013
We've set up a fund to help our local areas and groups continue their great work maintaining paths and to help new path maintenance teams get going. Find out how you can apply.
20 August 2013
Walkers across England have for some time been experiencing the ill effects of cuts to Local Authority access and rights of way budgets but at last there is some potentially good news on funding for recreation activities in local communities which could be used to improve the walking experience.