Latest Walking for Health News

June Newsletter - The Great Get Together
Published: 18 June 2019
June has brought with it some questionable weather but we have still loved getting out and about on walks with you. Emily joined a walk around their local park, Ed visited Swindon and walked with 99 other walkers (!) while Alice and Paul did two...
May Newsletter - A new team
Published: 8 May 2019
May is now here and with the longer evenings and the kinder weather lots of you will be out walking and hopefully we will be seeing lots more walkers out enjoying Rambler Walking for Health walks.  We love to hear from you, do send any good news...
Wiltshire Council celebrate their walk leaders
Published: 12 February 2018
The event was organised by the council to celebrate the walk leaders' contribution to people's health and happiness in the county. The day began with a chance for the volunteers to meet and chat, before a short speech from Councillor Chris Williams...
Remembering Barry Ramsden
Published: 18 January 2018
Barry was a dedicated leader of our walks in Billinghay, Lincolnshire. Dean Reed, the scheme coordinator for the North Kesteven Social Strollers, remembers him."Barry and Barbara Ramsden moved to Billinghay in 2010 and joined the local Walking for...
Combating social isolation with a winter walk in Plymouth
Published: 12 January 2018
Larissa Millden, Active for All Manager at Improving Lives Plymouth, explains why they decided to get involved.“We support adults with mental health support needs and learning disabilities to get more active. Christmas can be a particularly...
The Festival of Winter Walks is almost here!
Published: 21 December 2017
David Page, Active Lifestyle Coordinator at North Somerset Council, explains why they’re getting involved and why the festival is a great opportunity to enjoy some time outdoors this winter.“We’re running walks every day from...