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National Trails – how you can help

July 29, 2012

Love National Trails? The Ramblers want to hear from you!

The Ramblers are looking for walkers who love National Trails to help us safeguard the gems of our footpath network for generations to come.

National Trails are facing an uncertain future following new government proposals for the management of the 13 trails in England which could lead to a dramatic fall in their quality if they were to go ahead.

To make sure this doesn’t happen, we’re looking for 13 Trail Champions who can help support our Campaign for National Trails and lead local petitions that reflect what’s important about the trails and what they mean to walkers.

If you’re good at communicating on social media, particularly on Facebook and Twitter, and are happy to liaise with press and lead a local campaign for your favourite trail, then you could be just the person we’re looking for.

You can also support our Campaign for National Trails in other ways by becoming a campaign advocate. To find out what’s involved or to register your interest as a Trail Champion email our Campaigns Officer, Anastasia French, at

Find out more about our Campaign for National Trails by reading our open letter on National Trails published in the Telegraph or by signing up for the latest campaign updates and subscribing to our news feed.

You can also share your National Trails experiences by posting on our Facebook page or sending us a tweet. If you’ve got a trail photo or story to share or want to tell us your views on the Government’s plans then make sure you get in touch.

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