Travel & Tourism
The Ramblers Association is a charity whose goal is to protect the ability of people to enjoy the sense of freedom and benefits that come from being outdoors on foot.
We’re an association of people and groups who come together to both enjoy walking and other outdoor pursuits and also to ensure that we protect and expand the infrastructure and places people go walking. For over 75 years we have been campaigning to protect the natural beauty of our countryside, promote walking and safeguard public access to land.
Come and work for the Ramblers and help everyone, everywhere, enjoy walking and protect the places we all love to walk. The work we do is varied and different jobs require different skills.
Our staff are employed in various capacities dealing with volunteers, campaigns, communications, advocacy, projects, media, governance, marketing, membership, finance, information systems, human resources and programmes and promotion.
87-90 Albert Embankment,
Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
One in ten footpaths are blocked: Ramblers say overhanging branches, barbed wire and unsafe stiles are making ...
Nearly one in ten footpaths in England and Wales are 'impossible to use' and more than third are in need of repairs. The Ramblers Association warned yesterday that around 56 per cent of paths are well kept and signposted, but more than a third - 35 per ...
Ramblers call for tougher action to ensure Norfolk and Suffolk footpaths can be used
Thousands of miles of Britain's footpaths blocked for walkers, survey finds
Only half of footpaths in South West well-kept
Criminal libel case against TMIS editor dismissed by court
Malta Independent Online
The courts today dismissed a criminal libel case instituted by the Ramblers Association against the editor of The Malta Independent on Sunday David Lindsay after the Association decided to call in the police over issues related to a right of reply it ...
Right of reply not a soapbox for defamatory allegations, court rules
Times of Malta â€’ Editor's decision not to publish potentially ...