Tag Archives: Public paths

Natural England must champion paths

Natural England is becoming a government mouthpiece. It must champion public paths and access. Continue reading

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Eugene, the best-dressed Rambler

Celebrating Eugene Suggett’s 30 years at the Ramblers Continue reading

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‘Resolved’ has a new meaning in Buckinghamshire

Bucks County Council’s public-path reporting system is misleading, it says problems are ‘resolved’ when they are not. Continue reading

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Ramblers celebrate trail-blazing path workers

Ramblers have celebrated the immense contribution to walking made by Peter and Diana Gulland over almost 50 years. Continue reading

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Heroic Hazel

My friend, Hazel Perham from Cornwall, has received a Ramblers’ certificate for her outstanding contribution to walking Continue reading

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Herts Ramblers’ get-together

The Hertfordshire and North Middlesex Area of the Ramblers organised an Area Day on Saturday 24 September.  This was the brainwave of their former chairman, David Smith, who wanted to bring all the groups in the Area together, for walks and … Continue reading

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Loose ends

‘The village is strewn about the sides of a little combe, interlaced by numerous rivulets’. So Nikolaus Pevsner wrote of Loose, just south of Maidstone in Kent.  I enjoyed visiting there recently with Hilary Hunt, daughter of Pat Wilson, the late, great … Continue reading

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