Tag Archives: walking

The impact of Walkers Are Welcome

In the last ten years, Walkers Are Welcome towns have developed 1,200 walks totalling over 6,342 miles—the distance from London to Lima—and raised massive sums of money for their local economies. This information is revealed in a recent survey of … Continue reading

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Worcestershire’s welcome to walking

Worcestershire Ramblers organised a welcome to walking weekend at Hanbury Hall. 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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Thank you Janet, the Ramblers’ rock

Janet Davis is leaving the Ramblers after 32 years working on public-paths policy. We shall miss her enormously. Continue reading

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How independent?

How independent is Natural England? Defra has cut its vital survey yet NE has apparently said nothing. Continue reading

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Piddington path-check: day 2

Day 2 of checking the paths in Piddington and Wheeler End parish for the Ramblers Continue reading

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Ironstone country

A walk in the ironstone country around Great Tew, Oxfordshire Continue reading

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