13 February 2013
A new briefing aimed at Walking for Health schemes could also help Ramblers volunteers arguing the case for investment in walking by providing facts and figures on walking, physical activity and health.
12 February 2013
If your group is planning a walk between Satuday 4 and Saturday 11 May why not make it a short walk and join in Get Walking Week.
29 January 2013
Ramblers President Kate Ashbrook is keen to share her campaigning experience to help Ramblers volunteers with campaigning and lobbying.
16 January 2013
Do you think your group or area deserve national recognition? At General Council we will be recognising our area's and groups that have gone that extra mile to ensure Britain is better for walkers.
14 January 2013
Last Friday (11 January) Benedict Southworth, Ramblers Chief Executive, visited Anglesey’s ‘Silver Slashers’ to celebrate the opening of a new boardwalk and see firsthand their dedicated work to keep the countryside open for walkers.
14 December 2012
On the 13 December 2012 Ramblers staff rang every group and area to thank you for the huge contribution you have made over 2012
26 November 2012
In the late 1980s a footpath survey was carried out in the Community of Whitford in Flintshire. This found that 76% of the paths were either “obstructed or difficult to use”. As a result the local Ramblers began a campaign to get the paths open.
12 October 2012
Our findings on the impact of local authority budget cuts to rights of way in England.
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.
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.