NEWS FLASH: Consortium including TES Ramblers wins over £2000 funding to develop new local walking route.
To mark Telford's 50th birthday anniversary celebrations we are launching a new 50 mile walking route to link Telford's open green spaces.
The Telford 50 - 50 Route will be a circular long walking route starting from Telford Town Park. It will join up with all the major long distance paths that cross the Telford and Wrekin Local Authority from north to south and east to west. Wherever you live in the Local Authority you will only be a short walk away from the path and will be able to use the route to get to anwhere else in Telford and Wrekin. We have been given £1700 from T & W Council and £650 from EnviroGrant, Veolia's Environmental Fund, to help develop the route, support it with a website and leaflets and launch it at a mass walk event 16 June 2018. You can read more about this exciting project on the footpaths section of this website
Information update: Telford & East Shropshire Ramblers' campaign for new Gorge paths around Ironbridge Power Station.
Our campaign for new rights of way was featured in the Shropshire Star and Telford Journal and continues to attract wide support, including support from some key decision makers. You can read all about it on the Campaigns section of this website.
Information update: Telford & East Shropshire Ramblers adoption of the Hutchison Way
Our Footpath Maintenance Group looked after The Hutchison Way during 2017, clearing undergowth, improving signage and reporting problems to Telford & Wrekin Council. This important long distance footpath (pictured left) links the towns of Wellington and Newport and connects with the Silkin Way: using these two paths one can walk on green ways to any part of Telford & Wrekin. Our work got a mention on the Telford Facebook page with before and after photos. Read more about the footpaths maintenance group's work on their section of this website. We want to continue to improve this route during 2018. Please continue to report problems to us.
Information update: Telford & East Shropshire Ramblers was featured in both Spring and Winter 2017 editions of Walk Magazine
There was a photo of our Path Maintenance Team in action on Offa's Dyke in the Spring edition of Walk Magazine and our Festival of Winter Walks Ramble was featured in the Winter edition of Walk magazine- well done guys and gals - you are famous!
Telford and East Shropshire Ramblers Group NEWSLETTER AND ANNUAL REPORT
To read our latest March 2018 newsletter click on the link left. We publish two newsletters a year about our Group's activities and Ramblers local campaigns, plus interesting acticles and information about Telford & East Shropshire Ramblers and walking in our local area. You can read and download our March 2017 newsletter here. You can read and download our September 2017 newsletter here.
We produce a full detailed report each year to our members about how officers of the Group Committee have been working on their behalf at the AGM. If you would like to read it you can download a copy of the 2017 AGM Annual Report booklet. We also report to the Shropshire Area AGM about how our Group has contributed to each of the four charitable aims of the Ramblers over the last twelve months, you can download a copy of our 2017 Annual Report to Area.
Telford and & East Shropshire Ramblers Group WALK WITH US INFORMATION LEAFLET
We publish a two page A4 tri folded full colour information leaflet which gives you all the essential information you need if you are a newcomer to the Group. If you are wondering about where we walk, what we do and are perhaps thinking about walking with us and possibly joining us, download your own copy by clicking on the image right. You can read about TES Ramblers, see lots of photos of our group walks, find out about car sharing meeting points and what you may need to wear or bring on a walk.
Telford & East Shropshire Ramblers Group WALK INFORMATION LEAFLET
All our TES Group walks are published on this website under walks with full details of times, meeting points and walk descriptions. If you would like your own printed copy of the current programme you can download the leaflet by going to the About Our Walks section on this website.
Shropshire Council's NEW MEMBERSHIP SCHEME
The team at Shropshire Council manages our rights of way, country parks and heritage sites in East Shropshire and the rest of the County. Their activities are important for all walkers. It is important to show Shropshire Council we value their efforts to help the team maintain funding levels and raise money for improvements. You can demonstrate your support by joining their new membership scheme which also gives you significant money saving benefits if you visit our country parks and heritage sites regularly and attend any of their events such as hands on wildlife identification walks and much more, you can find out about the scheme here.