29 July 2014
As MPs and Peers depart for their summer holidays we can give an end-of-term report on progress with the Deregulation Bill which contains important new legislation to speed up and improve the process for adding paths to definitive maps.
23 July 2014
The Chorley Ramblers has worked incredibly hard to make the Chorley Circular Walk wheelchair, pram and tramper accessible.
15 July 2014
Read about the Working Party in Worcester, established in May 2007 and now consists of 24 volunteers. The party has had many successes such as footpath clearance in Hallow, where it slashed and uprooted Himalayan Balsam, which can grow up to 2 meters in height.
09 June 2014
On 3 May, Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly joined local Ramblers for a walk through Ouse Estuary Nature Reserve.
04 June 2014
New figures have revealed our volunteers contributed the equivalent of almost £1million last year through their time and efforts helping to improve the countryside and paths we walk along.
03 June 2014
Who are the mysterious Ripple and why are they so important to walkers and the local council in Bedfordshire?
02 June 2014
Sussex Ramblers worked with local volunteer groups and the council to make a popular section of the Sussex Border Path even easier to enjoy, by replacing old stiles with easy to use gates.
30 May 2014
The Ramblers website will be changing and improving during 2014, which means changes to the way we use it. Find out what’s happening, how it might affect you, what you need to do now and when things are likely to change.
30 May 2014
South Wiltshire Ramblers and other volunteers undertook a mamoth task not just clearing a thoroughly overgrown path in Sedgehill and Semley, but also constructing stiles and bridges to ensure this path could be enjoyed again.
22 May 2014
The Peak District National Park Authority have today implemented a ban on motor vehicles using the historic Chapel Gate path near Edale.