Long Walk 1st June 2018:-

Due to reduced numbers booking onto the walk Linda has organised a 33 seat bus. Can anyone who is intending going and has not booked please let Linda know asap.

Annual Quiz 2018 :-

The Annual Quiz will be held in Ferniegair Hall on 23rd March 2018
 Please give names to Elaine before 16th March and tombola prizes to walk leaders by 21st March. 

Change of bus time for long walks :-
The bus for long walks from Chatelherault will leave at 9:15 on 18th September and until further notice, and not 9:00 as in the current walk programme.

Ramblers Road Show 9th September 2017. Glasgow.

Time: 09.30 - 16.00


St Andrews Building

The University of Glasgow

11 Eldon Street


G3 6NH

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Welcome to the Ramblers Roadshow 2017

Join us to find out more about how to get the most out of your Ramblers membership, to meet other members and volunteers and get direct access to our walking experts and specialist partners at one of our free Ramblers Roadshows.

Learn more about our organisation and vision, what we do as a charity and the impact that we make, as well as the chance to develop your skills and knowledge as a walker or as a volunteer.

Choose from our selection of free workshops. Whether you're just taking your first steps as a walker or are a regular volunteer with the Ramblers you'll find a workshop for you. We've outlined each workshop and who they are aimed at.

In the morning you can choose from:

  • First aid for walkers and basic map skills (Suitable for Anyone)
    This workshop is split into two sessions. The first aid section is run by the British Red Cross and aimed at anyone who goes out walking. It will help you build your knowledge so that you feel confident if something ever goes wrong. A short and active introduction to the basics of lowland navigation in conjunction with the Outdoor Activities Team from Falkirk Community Trust.

  • Creating Inclusive Walks (Suitable for volunteers)
    Supporting walk leaders to be able to include all types of walkers, no matter what their ability or need

  • Promoting your group useing social media(Suitable for volunteers)
    This session will run through the Ramblers brand and tone of voice, before exploring how you can use Facebook and Twitter to promote your group.

  • Stand up for walking (Suitable for everyone)
    How does walking fit into politics in Scotland and how do we make the case for walking. This workshop will look at the political context in Scotland and how we can all make a difference.

In the afternoon you can choose from:

  • Basic Navigation (Suitable for Anyone)
    Supporting walk leaders to be able to include all types of walkers, no matter what their ability or need. The aim is to help you to increase your confidence to deliver good practice, to communicate effectively and to find out where to go for further information.

  • Creating inclusive walks (Suitable for volunteers)
    Supporting walk leaders to be able to include all types of walkers, no matter what their ability or need

  • Using the Ramblers website to get more people walking (Suitable for volunteers)
    This is for any volunteer who is involved in managing their group or area’s web presence, or the development or promotion of a walking programme. It focuses on how you can use the Ramblers website, Group Walks and Events Manager and Ramblers Routes to make group activities engaging and attractive.

  • Go for a walk (Suitable for Anyone)
    If you’ve never been on a Ramblers led walk before why not find out what it’s all about. Join one of our volunteer walk leaders for a short walk around Kelvingrove Park.

We're also running a full day workshop:

  • Treasurer training (Suitable for volunteers)
    The session is primarily aimed at new Treasurers and will be covering all the major areas of guidance for Treasurers, including: The role of Treasurer, Use of charitable funds, budgeting & reserves, banking, bookkeeping & accounts and some other policy areas. Please select treasurer training in the morning and afternoon on the booking page for this workshop. 

Social events:

All social events (except AGM) are open to ramblers and health walkers

January - Annual Lunch   

The SLOW lunch: 

March - Lunch and Quiz

June - Annual Outing

November - Lunch and A.G.M.