Lincolnshire Ramblers

Lincs Area RA

History of Coastal (footpath) Trail

On 12th November 2009 the Marine and Coastal Access Bill finally receved the royal assent and became an Act and the good news was announced by the Ramblers shortly afterwards. 

The Ramblers have been the driving force behind the campaign to open up the coast for everyone to enjoy, including beaches for kids to play on and cliffs for climbers to clamber up. In 2009, we won the right to walk along the coast and explore our stunning beaches but development on the ground was slow. Through our One Coast for All campaign, we’ve been lobbying the government to open up our coastline and set out a full timetable for completion
The new coastal route will be a high-quality piece of infrastructure which will link coastal communities around England and provide the foundation for outdoor recreation and tourism for decades to come.
The first section of the path was completed in 2012 on the Dorset coast in time for the Olympic Games events nearby.
In November 2015 the government gave a clear indication that they intend to follow through on their pledge. Responding to a Parliamentary Question, DEFRA Minister Rory Stewart confirmed that funding to complete the coastal path around England by 2020 will be protected. Further details about funding will be announced early in 2016. - See more at: http://www.ramblers.org.uk/news/news/2015/december/england-coast-path-funding-protected.aspx#sthash.Wf0z6iTx.dpuf

Join the Ramblers now

As a member of Ramblers you can

  • be part of Britain’s biggest walking charity
  • join a community of over 110,000 members
  • enjoy a wide range of membership benefits
  • choose from 38,000 led walks a year across England, Scotland and Wales
  • help us continue our charitable work to protect Britain’s footpaths and promote walking

How to join Ramblers.

  • Go to Ramblers main website www.ramblers.org.uk and click the link 'Become a member'
  • This gives lots of information about membership fees and says something about the sorts of walks on offer.
  • Usually when people become members they become a member of  a Group local to where they live so that they are circulated with the Group's walk programme and other related material.
  • However, as a Rambler member you would be entitled to walk with any Group in the country.
  • Finally, remember that before you actually decide to join you are entitled to three free walks. This helps you to experience what is on offer particularly the grades of walks. 

 

Use Group Walk Finder to view upcoming walks.

  • View the future walks scheduled by each Lincolnshire Ramblers Group. To do this click on the drop down  menu item 'Group Walks' above. Mini map locations are given for each walk.
  • Alternatively, use the Calendar of Walks(right) to view all Group walks on specific days.

 This information is a feed from the Group Walkfinder  published on Ramblers HQ main website.

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Calendar of Walks

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County sights and some other related pictures.

This module presents a few photos of Lincolnshire places and other walking related pictures in the county 

  • Belmont-tower-grantham
  • Grimsby-docktower
  • Horncastle_horses_1
  • Moneys-Mill-Sleaford
  • Nocton_sundial
  • Skegness-Clock
  • Welcome-Boots
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  • louth-church
  • october_day_2012_3
  • stamford-leaflet3

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