Have you asked the Government to abolish/extend the 2026 deadline?

Ramblers volunteers up and down the country are fighting hard to claim these historic paths through our Don’t Lose Your Way project, however we are concerned that this rich heritage is at risk unless we have more time to claim these paths. In England, under the Countryside and Rights of Way Act (2000) the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has the power to extend the cut-off date. The Ramblers believe that the time is right to extend the cut-off to 2031 so that these historic paths can be enjoyed by generations to come.  We have written to the Secretary of State to call for the deadline to be extended

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