Welcome to the Chorley Ramblers

 About the Chorley Ramblers

Why join us?

When you join the Chorley Ramblers you are actually joining the National Ramblers Association and can walk with any Ramblers group in the country giving you access to over 40,000 guided walks every year.

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We are the only charity dedicated to looking after paths and green spaces, leading walks, opening up new places to explore and encouraging everyone to get outside and discover how walking boosts your health and your happiness

Data Protection.

Chorley Ramblers take Data Protection very seriously.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new EU legal framework which comes into force on 25 May 2018. Its purpose is to give individuals more control and protection of their personal data. It introduces new regulations for all organisations that process (collect, manage and use) personal data. As the Ramblers process data, and our volunteers process data on our behalf, we are legally required to comply with the GDPR.  

What one of our new members said:

It's good for body and soul, being out and about in the countryside with like minded people. You can talk as much or as little as you want with other walkers. It's a safe space for everyone. Whoever you are, if you want to walk then you will be welcomed. It's also great fun. There's such a mix of characters that you're bound to have some laughs along the way. It is, without doubt, the best £30 ish I've ever spent.

Coronavirus Updates

The Chorley Ramblers Committee have made the following changes to our walk Programme.

1/ The Coach Ramble has been postponed until further notice.

2/ The Car Share from Hallgate Car Park has stopped and will be reviewed in July      2020.     Walk participants must make there own arrangements if they are      attending the walk.
 3/ The Walk Leader may decide if he wishes to cancel the walk or arrange a local        walk.
4/ Please follow Government and NHS guidelines.

LCC Coronavirus: Countryside services
Closure of countryside sites
(Updated 24 March 2020)

Where possible we will close countryside sites, prevent access to car parks, and post notices advising people of the government advice to stay at home. This will include Beacon Fell, Crook O' Lune, Condor Green, Spring Wood and Wycoller Country Park, among others.