East Yorkshire and Derwent Area Ramblers

walking to protect our local countryside

*** House of Lords Select Committee on Countryside Issues: CEO's Newsletter [how to receive it]: Area AGM Minutes: English Coast Path Update [September 2017]: Ramblers 2018 GB Walking Festival Plans : - read more by clicking on the NEWS tab above.***

Navigation Courses

geo mapskillsDo you sometimes get lost, occasionally confused by what's on the map, know what a compass can do for you other than point to North? Then why not come on a navigation course run by Sam Borman, our Navigation Skills Trainer.

The course consists of you studying a training book, which will be supplied. Then go out for a day on the Moors to put into practise what you have learnt and the best part is that there is no charge for this course.

Please email Sam  or phone 077 5280 1488

 

Welcome to East Yorkshire and Derwent Ramblers

About Us

The East Yorkshire and Derwent Area of the Ramblers' Association has about sixteen hundred members. Additionally, many local walking clubs are affiliated to our organisation. This enables us to have an influential voice when representing the interests of both walkers and lovers of our local countryside. Our main aims are:

  • P1020793Protecting footpaths and other places to which the public has a right of way or access on foot.
  • Defending the beauty of the countryside
  • Promoting walking for everyone including health benefits of outdoor pursuits
  • Advancing the education of the public in subjects concerning access to, preservation of and conservation of the countryside

 

Further information on the aims and objectives of The Ramblers Association can be viewed by clicking Objectives

 

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Unique 'Beating the Bounds' at Sancton - Sunday 6th May 2018

' Beating the bounds' is an ancient custom associated with Rogation days, still observed in some English and Welsh parishes, where the public walk around the boundary of their parish.  Sancton Churches have updated the custom by organising a number of walks following the parish boundary across land [with landowners co-operation] not normally open to the public. For more information click HERE

WALKS CALENDAR - hover over a bold date to see walks taking place. Click a walk for full details.

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