Wild Ingleborough Visit

In June 2022 Sheffield Environmental Movement took ROSHNI women’s group and the SADACCA women’s group to North Yorkshire to visit The Wild Ingleborough nature reserves at Ribblehead Quarry and Ashes Pasture.

We heard birds sing as we walked around the dramatic limestone quarry walls and with the help of our two guides, identified lots of beautiful wild flowers and plants!

Wild Ingleborough aims to restore around 1,200 hectares of land owned by Natural England and the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, helping wildlife to thrive across the Ingleborough National Nature Reserve. The project is a partnership between Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, WWF, Natural England, University of Leeds, United Bank of Carbon and Woodland Trust.

Sheffield DocFest – Ramble On

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Our managing director Maxwell Ayamba wil be leading a walk with campaigner Terry Howard after a screening of the film Ramble On at Sheffield DocFest.

Featuring Right to Roam campaigner Terry Howard. Produced in 2022 and directed by Charlie Thorne the 30 minute film, “journeys across the Sheffield moorlands in this gentle cinematic ramble, which tells the story of the fight to reclaim England’s stolen ground.”

The film is shown as part of ‘This Land is Our Land’ programme of short films and features a Q&A with the director afterwards. The film screenings start on Sunday 26th June at 10am and the guided walk is afterward the screening.

Visit the DocFest website to book ticket.

Sheffield DocFest runs from 23rd June until 28th June 2022

Family Health Walk


We’rre back!

Our first walk since the lockdown on 30th May 2021. Please see flyer for more information!



BBC Radio 4 Ramblings: Joyful Highlights Part 2

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BBC Radio 4 Ramblings: Joyful Highlights Part 2: Health and Happiness

Our Walk4Health interview on BBC Radio 4 Ramblings has been chosen by presenter Clare Balding as one of her favourite Walks!

The BBC presenter along with her producer, interviewed us on our first walk of 2019. We talked as we walked thru the picturesque Lansdowne Estate on a sunny morning in early January. You can listen here.

From the BBC Radio 4 Ramblings programme Website:
“In a joyful celebration of 20 years spent walking on air, Clare Balding digs deep into the exhilarating archives of Ramblings to share the best moments from her favourite walks. This week she explores the theme of Health and Happiness to discover how walking can provide a real boost to both our physical and mental health.”