Category Archives: Ramblers

Genial Geoff

Geoff Eastwood, Ramblers vice-president and East Yorkshire activist, would have been 77 today. Continue reading

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Rhodri’s route

If it was not for Rhodri Morgan, former first minister of Wales who died on 17 May, we might have no Wales Coast Path. Continue reading

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The legacy of the Big Welsh Walk

The Big Welsh Walk (Taith Gerdded Fawr Cymru) took place in Ceredigion on Saturday 6 May.  I joined the 200 people taking part.  We could choose from walks of 15, 10 or six miles and I went for the 15-mile one. … Continue reading

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Dawn Chorus Day in Coed Rheidol

On Dawn Chorus Day I walked in a Welsh wood accompanied by wood warblers. Continue reading

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‘We underestimate the power of walking’

The Big Welsh Walk on 6 May demonstrates the power of walking. Continue reading

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Labour should celebrate access achievement, but go for more

Twenty years ago Labour was elected with a promise of legislation for the right to roam. We had to hold them to it. Continue reading

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Win, win, win

The Open Spaces Society had three important wins this week. Continue reading

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