Welcome to the homepage of the Manchester and Salford Ramblers, a local group of the Ramblers Association.
If you live in or around Greater Manchester and Salford, and enjoy hiking/walking, then this is YOUR group.
offer a varied programme of weekly walks
and hikes taking advantage of the excellent walking country surrounding
Greater Manchester and Salford.
Tuesday Walk: Tuesday, December 13th Annual Tandle Hill Chrismas Walk
Next Saturday Walk: Saturday, January 28th, Part of the "Oldham Way"
details of all walks/events
And Be Our Friend!
Facebook!!Just type in Manchester and Salford Ramblers on the top of your facebook page (under search for) and join the group. Or go straight there!
This is a great opportunity to post your pictures, favourite walks, events and any other stuff you want to share. Like!
The latest Newsletter is out and is well worth reading so you can keep up with what members of the group have been doing There's some interesting round-ups of walks with lovely pictures, a list up-coming walks plus information on local campaign activities, so get reading!
Read important information about regular footpath clearing here
If you notice a problem with a footpath In Manchester such as an obstruction and if it is a serious blockage please report to KevinGillham , or tel: 0161 234 5148. Please remember, if you are reporting a problem to the council in this way, please also copy in our footpath officer, Richard Cleverley
PATH CLEARING AND INSPECTION.
You may also be interested in attending a committeee meeting, so you can meet the committee members, listen to a guest speaker and generally feel more connected to the group. If you would like a lift or are concerned that you would not know anyone, give our secretary Mags Metcalf a ring. Contact details are available on the Committee page.
Keep up with Ramblers' Campaigns
It's also really important that we remember that the Ramblers is NOT just about going on lovely walks (great as that is!); the Ramblers is also a campaigning organisation on a range of issues.<
One of the Ramblers’ key missions is to “protect rights of way, campaign for access to open country and defend the countryside.” And some of these basic principles were under threat with the proposed "sell off" of English forestry lands. Members of the Manchester and Salford Ramblers played their part in the protests.
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