The Ramblers communicates with its members in many ways, from Central Office, the Inner London Area, and the local groups.  Membership details and communication preferences are held by our Central Office.

The best way to find out what's going on near you is receiving your local group's programme.  Some groups only distribute these electronically.  Others still post them out to those members who require it.

In the run-up to GDPR, Central Office invited Ramblers members to re-confirm their preferences for receiving programmes.  If you did not say that e-mail communications are fine, you will have stopped receiving them.  If you're in a group that only e-mails programmes, that means you won't get them any more.  For the other groups, we've seen an increase in the number of programmes that need to be printed and posted, diverting money and volunteer resource from the other things we'd like to do.

If you go to the Ramblers web site, you can set your communications preferences, along with managing your membership, there.