Join the movement to protect the places we love to walk

Despite the challenges of the Coronavirus pandemic, our work protecting and improving our ability to access and enjoy the outdoors hasn’t stopped. We have been working harder than ever across England, Scotland and Wales, with thousands of volunteers up and down the country, to increase everyone’s access to the countryside and improve our ability to walk in nature-rich green spaces.

From finding and mapping over 49,000 miles of lost paths across England and Wales, to influencing the new Agriculture Act to include public access as a public good, we’ve had some big wins. We’ve saved the internationally-protected dunes at Coul Links in Scotland from development, secured commitments for more accessible, high quality rights of way in Wales and stopped 16 level crossings from closing in Cambridgeshire and Suffolk. 

We look forward to continuing to achieve great things together in 2021 when we’ll see local elections across the country, the Environment Bill making its way through parliament, the implementation of the Agriculture Act and the full route of the England Coast Path approved.   

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