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Ramblers in London get up to lots of activities. Check out the individual groups' sites to see what they are up to.

You can see some of what we're up to on Twitter on the side of this page and the articles, below give a bit more detail about what's been going on or is planned in Inner London Area.

Do you live or work in the City of London, or regularly walk through it? If so, please help us to improve walking in the City by having your say in this quick survey.  The survey closes on April 3rd.

There's also a series of drop-in sessions which people who walk in the City can attend to share their views on how improvements can be made to walking. They run from late February through March at different locations handy for those who work in the City.



This is the annual report for the Ramblers' Inner London Area that was presented to the Area's Annual General Meeting on Saturday 3rd of February 2018.

Inner London Area Annual Report 2016-17

Click here for a printable (PDF) version of the report.

We're pleased to announce two more dates for our popular walk leader training in March and May 2018.

The training is a great way for both aspiring and experienced leaders to boost their confidence and improve their skills, and help ensure we can maintain and improve our group walks programmes.

Join us on a free (to Ramblers members) walk leader training day organised by Inner London Ramblers – a great way to boost your confidence and improve your skills. 

The forthcoming one-day events will be led by Des de Moor, an experienced leader who runs an extremely popular short walks with Blackheath Ramblers and London Strollers. They’ll cover:

  • Choosing an appropriate route
  • Qualities of a good walk leader
  • Managing a group
  • What to do before, during and after the walk
  • Dealing with incidents

Note that the course focuses on group management and walks in easy terrain, including urban areas. It doesn’t cover technical navigation skills or challenging walks in upland areas.

Saturdays 11:00-16:30 hrs:         

17 March 2018
19 May 2018

Bankside Community Space, 18 Great Guildford Street, London SE1 0SU. This central location is close to the Thames Path and on National Cycle Network route 4. Southwark Tube is a short walk away and London Bridge and Waterloo stations not that much further.

Courses are open to all Ramblers members, regardless of your group, and are free, subject to availability.

Lunch isn’t provided, so bring a packed lunch or there are shops and cafés nearby. Bring outdoor clothing and comfortable footwear as the day includes a short demonstration walk.

Advance booking is essential. Book online here or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Inner London Area’s AGM will be on Saturday 3rd February 2018 from 2pm-4pm at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church on Shaftesbury Avenue in London.

The AGM will consider the formal business of the Area – electing committee members for 2018-19, electing delegates for General Council 2019 in Bangor (April 7th & 8th) and the annual report and accounts.  For the first time, we will have stalls from Ramblers Holidays and HF Holidays at the AGM.

The guest speaker will be Daniel Raven-Ellison, instigator of the Greater London National Park City campaign and now Chief Exploration Officer of the Foundation. You can download the full agenda here (pdf).

Ramblers in London welcome the new Canal & River Trust towpath code, Share The Space, Drop Your Pace.

Canal & River Trust want everyone to enjoy visiting their canals and rivers and, more than anything, they want people to be safe.  With towpaths busier than ever this is something that all visitors need to play a part in.

Dick Vincent, the national towpath ranger says "If you’re in a rush, the towpath is not the best place for you so please choose a different route.” 

The Canal & River Trust website includes videos with tips on sharing the space



South East Walker newspaper is produced quarterly by a small team of volunteers.  It's distributed to Ramblers members across the South East with the glossy Walk magazine and contains more local news and updates about what volunteers and groups are doing across the region.