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Meetup to replace our Forum

Hi, You might have noticed that as from the walk on 6th August 2017, the links on the home page and the walk listing now point to the appropriate walk on Meetup, rather than in our forum. This is following a committee meeting in July 2017, where it was decided to transitioning towards using Meetup,… Read more »

Changes to this website & forum

Our regular members will no doubt have noticed that our forum (where all of our planning takes place) abruptly disappeared, only to be replaced by a new and largely empty forum. This sudden change was necessary, due to changes in our group funding which did not allow us to spend funds on hosting our website…. Read more »

Coastal Perimeter Photo Gallery – Ramblers

The Perimeter is a photography project by Quintin Lake based on walking 10,000km around the coast of Britain in sections. This gallery showcases a selection of photographs from the project. Find out more and purchase prints at https://theperimeter.uk/ Source: Coastal Perimeter Photo Gallery – Ramblers

Wanted! Wild Thing Recorders for the Norfolk Wildlife Trust

Norfolk residents who love the outdoors are being encouraged to record sightings of local wildlife in a bid to support Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s conservation efforts. WildWalks is a new online recording tool, established by The Wildlife Trusts in partnership with the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO). It will allow people to log wildlife sightings and… Read more »

Do you know your oak from your ash?

Why not check out the Woodland Trust’s guide to British trees, and then test your knowledge when you go for a walk next? Trees, woods and wildlife Our woods and trees are home to more wildlife than any other landscape. Ancient woodland is particularly precious , supporting over 200 of our rarest and most threatened… Read more »

Trig Pillars – The 80th Anniversary

Did you know, according to this months Walk magazine, that this year marks the 80th anniversary of the trig pillar? There Liz, Clive and I were posing on the one on Kinder Scout the other week, and I was think about how trig pillars always seem to result in the desire on the part of… Read more »

All you need to know about navigation

  Do your map reading skills need a bit of brushing up? If you knew a bit more would you feel a bit more confident to explore those places you have always wanted to go or lead your friends on an interesting walk or plan a new walk from scratch? Why not read the Ramblers’ guides… Read more »

The Ramblers are Recruiting – Campaigns Officer

Join Britain’s biggest walking charity to help everyone, everywhere, enjoy walking and protect the places we all love to walk. The Ramblers  is the only charity dedicated to looking after paths and green spaces, leading walks, opening up new places to explore and encouraging everyone to  get outside and discover how walking boosts your health… Read more »