Evesham Rambling Club has a long tradition of maintaining and improving the local footpath network. Club members wish to give something back for all the hours of enjoyment spent walking the byways that surround Evesham. In the 80s and 90s the club ran a Working Party which went out regularly to carry out repair work, to improve the infra structure and keep footpaths and bridleways free from obstructions and vegetation.

In 2016 the Working Party was revived and since then it has been out bi-monthly to carry out a range of tasks in conjunction with Worcestershire County Council Public Rights of Way Team.

In 2017 the club decided to try and gain Walkers are Welcome status for the town of Evesham and as part of this ambition the club has created a number of circular walks including the Round Evesham Walk. This has required a great deal of work by members of the Working Party installing new bridges, pedestrian gates, ditch crossings, waymarker posts and clearing vegetation. Member volunteers, known as Champions, regularly walk these routes to ensure that they are kept in tiptop condition.

Worcestershire County Council provides training for members who wish to carry out footpath work allowing them to go out independently or in small teams to carry out minor works.

Reports on recent work carried out by the Working Party