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and public paths in England & Wales since 1865

Latest News

Appeal court upholds village green registrations in Lancashire and Surrey

We are delighted that the Court of Appeal has upheld the registration of village greens at Moorside Fields in Lancaster and Leach Grove Wood at Leatherhead in Surrey.(1) The two… Read More

Join us to celebrate the Spirit of Kinder

Our general secretary, Kate Ashbrook, will be one of the expert speakers at a celebration of the Spirit of Kinder to be held at Friends Meeting House, Manchester on Saturday… Read More

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Jerry Pearlman: fighter for commons and paths

Our world of paths and commons would be very different but for the work of Jerry Pearlman who has died aged 84 on 9 March 2018, writes our general secretary.… Read More

The government’s 25-year plan for the environment

We are pleased that the government has at last published its 25-year plan for the environment.  It has many fine ambitions, which we applaud, and now we should like to… Read More

The Open Spaces Society is Britain’s oldest national conservation body, founded in 1865.