RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, and is a standardised mechanism for finding out automatically if changes have been made to a web-site. What this means for you, if you are interested in hearing about the news on this site without having to keep logging on to check, you can set up your computer or tablet to tell you automatically.
Pages that have this feature enabled will contain the RSS logo .
The precise method of subscribing to RSS Feeds will vary depending on your computer and the browser that you use. Usually, if you click on the logo you will get a new page - this is an example using Firefox:
You can see at the top the special web address = http://www.stokeandnewcastleramblers.org.uk/blog2.feed?type=rss
If you use Thunderbird as your email client, you would edit your account settings, then Add new feed account. When asked for details, you would type in the above web address. After that, in the same way that you computer regularly checks for new emails, it would check for new entries on the page you have specified, and put them in an Inbox for you to read later.