Ramblers

Ramblers

The Ramblers, formerly known as the Ramblers' Association, is the largest walkers' rights organisation in Great Britain which aims to look after the interests of walkers (or ramblers). It is a charity registered in England and Wales and in Scotland, with around 123,000 members.

Read more about Ramblers:  History, Re-branding, Charitable Objectives, Ethos and Core Beliefs, Structure, Funding Cuts, Achievements, Present Campaigns, Confrontation With Landowners, How The Groups Work

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Ramblers - How The Groups Work
... miles (14 km) or for the more experienced ramblers, ten to fifteen miles (24 km) ... Ramblers take their turn in volunteering in advance for the list of leaders of the walks ... trees changing, footpaths overgrowing—all will make a difference to what Ramblers will encounter ...
Salty Holmes
... He formed the group The Kentucky Ramblers in 1930, who changed their name to The Prairie Ramblers in 1933 and began broadcasting on Chicago radio station WLS-AM with new vocalist Patsy Montana ... While a member of the Prairie Ramblers, Holmes befriended Gene Autry, who invited him to Hollywood to star in Westerns in 1936 and 1944 among the films Holmes appeared in are Arizona Days and ... The Prairie Ramblers also backed Autry on some of his recordings in the 1930s ...
Midnight Ramblers - Philanthropy
... In recent years, the Ramblers have been pursuing increasing numbers of philanthropic projects ... With help from their alumni and the UR office of admissions, the group now sponsors the Midnight Ramblers Scholarship, to be given for the first time to an incoming ... Also, recordings of the Ramblers have been featured on Ripple Effect, a compilation album released by Liquid 5th Productions in Fall 2008 to fund drilling for wells that ...
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Tennessee Ramblers (Tennessee Band) - Career
... William Sievers and his two children formed the Tennessee Ramblers in 1922 ... James chose the name "Tennessee Ramblers" one night while they were driving to a show in Virginia ... at Market Hall in Knoxville, the Tennessee Ramblers were often paired with fiddlers Charlie Bowman and Earl Johnson ...