News, Rambles, People

News, Rambles, People


  • *June, 2021 – National Ramble – Epping Forest

    Epping Forest stretches over 12 miles from east London into Essex and covers over 2,500 hectares (nearly 6,200 acres).  A former Royal Forest, it was used by Kings and Queens…

  • *June, 2021 – National Ramble – Lee Valley Country Park

    7TH JUNE 2021: LEE VALLEY REGIONAL PARK This was a gentle and easy ramble, mostly on surfaced and level paths, on a very warm and rather humid summer’s day.  Starting…

  • *June, 2021 – National Ramble – Hunsdon Airfield Loop

    Another fine day for rambling, thankfully slightly cooler than the previous days.  Today’s party was made up of 7 scooter riders and 6 walkers. From the Playing Field in the…

  • Judy takes over as Membership Secretary from Bee

    Bee, on the right, being presented with gifts from Judy as Judy takes over as Membership Secretary from Bee. Many thanks Bee for all your hard work. And thank you…

  • Val’s Funeral

    Bob McLellan and the Rawlings family would like to thank the members of DR for their on going support.  They would like to thank the members who were able to…

  • Valerie Rawlings

     It is with great sadness, I have to let you know Val lost her battle with cancer in the early hours of this morning. Val was a great advocate for…

  • Winifred Charman

    I am very sorry to let you know that Winifred Charman died in October she was 91.  She joined Disabled Ramblers in 2016 and, although not well enough to come…

  • Katherine Sargent

      We have just had the sad news that Katherine has passed away.  A keen supporter of the Disabled Ramblers, Katherine came on many of our rambles, particularly in Dartmoor…

  • Andy Jaynes

    It is with great sadness that I have to tell you that Andy Jaynes passed away recently. His wife, Linda, tells me that “Having been admitted into hospital for a…

  • *Woolly hats for sale!

        Chris Southwood, one of our members, has been very busy over these last weeks, knitting hats on behalf of Disabled Ramblers. They are absolutely beautifully warm and cosy,…

  • Disabled Ramblers – Campaigning to Improve Access

    Access Campaigning Report 2019  As you may know, in addition to running rambles, we do a great deal of campaigning to improve access to the countryside.  The attached report is…

  • *December, 2019 Regional Ramble – Deerleap to Beaulieu Rd

    To see more photos please click here Southern Regional Ramble – 5th December 2019 – Deerleap to Beaulieu Road Pony Auction, nr Lyndhurst, New Forest, Hampshire. This is the last pony…

  • * Free Membership Offer

    FREE DISABLED RAMBLERS MEMBERSHIP OFFER In association with TGA Mobility, you can receive one year’s free membership to the Disabled Ramblers when purchasing either a TGA Breeze S4, Vita X…

  • Barriers Set to Fall in Reading

    Thanks to campaigning by Margaret Pawson, National Cycle Route 4 in Reading is to have restrictive barriers removed. In an interview with the Reading Chronical,  Margaret said the improvements “will…

  • *October 2019, Regional Ramble – Petworth Deer Park

    To see more photos please click here Regional Ramble – Petworth House Deer Park, West Sussex – 25th October 2019 This ramble was proposed by our DR member Roger W,…

  • *October 2019 Regional Ramble – Rhinefield Circular

    To see more photos please click here Regional Ramble – Rhinefield Circular – Disabled Ramblers & New Forest Walking Festival – Tuesday 22nd October 2019. Lovely day today, we were…

  • *October, 2019 Regional Ramble – Wilverley Figure of Eight

    To see more photos please click here Regional Ramble – DR/New Forest Walking Festival – Wilverley Figure of Eight, New Forest, Hampshire……Monday 21st October 2019. Thankfully, not raining – just…

  • DR Tramper used at Opening Ceremony

    National Nature Reserve named ‘Dragonfly Hotspot’ Thursley National Nature Reserve’s unique wetland habitat was recently officially recognised as a ‘Dragonfly Hotspot’ by the British Dragonfly Society (BDS). When Lord Blencathera,…

  • *October, 2019 National Ramble – Bradenham

    To see more photos please click here Bradenham – 11th October 2019 As the forecast was the worst of this week we decided to get going promptly and set off…

  • *October 2019 National Ramble- Swyncombe

    To see more photos please click here Swyncombe with Henley and Goring Ramblers – 10th October, 2019 We parked (as last year for a regional ramble) at Ewelme Park Farm,…

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