A Walk From Home

We are fortunate to live close to a public footpath and used it the other day for our brief exercise period. And although we are very familiar with it – we use it often as the start of a much longer walk – it is interesting to look in more depth at one short stretchContinue reading “A Walk From Home”

Footpath Closures and Public Health

This is the latest update from the Ramblers… The Ramblers has received an increasing number of queries from people concerned about landowners closing paths close to where they live. Whilst everyone should be staying local to their homes, these closures can in some cases, limit opportunities for people to exercise locally or access essential amenities.Continue reading “Footpath Closures and Public Health”

Don’t Lose Your Way maps 100%

   Our paths are one of our most precious assets, hidden in plain sight, and often taken for granted. Shaped by our ancestors over centuries, they tell the stories of our landscape, our history and our heritage, they describe how generations before us travelled to the pub, field or shops, and they allow everyone toContinue reading “Don’t Lose Your Way maps 100%”

Why Britain’s Footpaths are important

The paths will still be there when we can walk properly again. And congratulations to the “Don’t Lose Your Way” Team at The Ramblers who have now completed the first stage of their important campaign to get lost paths back on the map. Well done to everyone who participated. The piece below is from myContinue reading “Why Britain’s Footpaths are important”

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