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Hallowe’en walks

Looking for a spooky stroll on Saturday 31 October? Here’s a selection of events from around the country guaranteed to raise the hairs of the back of your neck!

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A new trail in the Lake District?

The Lake District National Park Authority is asking for your thoughts on a proposed new trail between Coniston and Foxfield…

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Special delivery

Building materials giant Lafarge has donated a massive 120 tonnes of gritstone to resurface part of a footpath leading from Clapham to Ingleborough, as part of the new Three Peaks Project…

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Moving minds

Get Moving starts this weekend, with hundreds of walks taking place all over the country to help people get active and improve their mental wellbeing…

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Coniston gears up for weekend walks

Trekkers from across the UK are descending on Coniston this weekend for its third annual walking festival, which includes the epic Coniston Classic…

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Events

The Red Kite Trail (and a bit)
 

The Red Kite Trail (and a bit)

31 October 2009

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The South Downs and Seven Sisters

31 October 2009

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Black Brook

31 October 2009

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Abertillery walk

31 October 2009

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Hallowe’en events

31 October 2009

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Campaign News

75 years on: Tell us your story!

75 years on: Tell us your story!

Friday, August 28th, 2009

2010 marks the 75th anniversary of the Ramblers and offers a wonderful opportunity to highlight the important work that you and our volunteers do for the community…

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Fosse Way re-opens to public

Fosse Way re-opens to public

Friday, August 28th, 2009

A footpath closed to the public for nearly 15 years has re-opened thanks to a sustained effort from local residents, the Ramblers, a parish council and a Member of Parliament…

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Barrow families test new tales

Barrow families test new tales

Thursday, August 27th, 2009

Families in Barrow-in-Furness have been discovering how much fun walking can be and getting more active on a Department of Health walking project piloted by the Ramblers…

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New online home for volunteers

New online home for volunteers

Thursday, August 27th, 2009

A new online resource for Ramblers volunteers has been launched, offering a one-stop shop for all members who work voluntarily for the charity…

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Britain gets walking!

Britain gets walking!

Thursday, August 27th, 2009

More than 3,000 people across Britain went strolling in the sun on 30 May 2009 as part of the Ramblers’ second national Get Walking Day…

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Wessex Wanderer saved

Wessex Wanderer saved

Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

The future of a popular rail rambles programme in southwest England has been assured after its walks leaders rallied to save it…

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Rights of way appeal upheld

Rights of way appeal upheld

Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

The Government has upheld an appeal to secure several rights of way across the Marquess of Camden’s estate, after more than 50 years of campaigning by local Ramblers…

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Coastal Access goes airborne

Coastal Access goes airborne

Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

The skies above Westminster were recently filled with kites as people showed their support for a new law that would create a continuous walking route around the English coast…

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Access land finally mapped – almost

Access land finally mapped – almost

Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

On May Day, after two public inquiries and a legal challenge, and 31⁄2 years late, the final area of land was added to the access maps created under the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000…

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South Downs success

South Downs success

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

A new national park finally gets the green light from the government 60 years after it was first proposed.

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