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  • Friday, 27 November 2015

    Over a third of children in London are leaving primary school obese or overweight, according to statistics published this week by the Health and Social Care Information Centre.

  • Friday, 27 November 2015

    Living Streets joined a group of people with learning disabilities to identify ways in which their local area can be improved to help them move around the streets more safely.

  • Wednesday, 25 November 2015

    Reductions in cash for local transport announced today in the Government’s Spending Review are very worrying, says the national charity for everyday walking, Living Streets.

  • Monday, 23 November 2015

    David Graham, our Head of Strategy (Schools and Workplaces), reminisces about his first independent journey and talks road safety to mark Road Safety Week 2015

  • Wednesday, 18 November 2015

    Our Head of Commercial Development, Alex McHardy, discusses the launch of Whizz-Kidz' #getonboard campaign and why we're supporting them.

  • Tuesday, 17 November 2015

    MP for Scunthorpe, Nic Dakin visited Melior Community Academy on Friday (13 November) to take part in a School Route Audit with the charity for everyday walking Living Streets.

  • Monday, 16 November 2015

    A Living Streets project led by young D/deaf and disabled people to improve their local streets won the ‘Excellence in Walking’ award at the annual Modeshift sustainable transport awards.

  • Thursday, 12 November 2015

    Shocking new analysis from Direct Line Car Insurance and PACTS (an All-Party Parliamentary Group) reveals pedestrian casualties on Britain’s roads peak in November each year.

  • Thursday, 12 November 2015

    The Department for Transport’s latest figures about how primary school aged children* travel to school show an increase in the number of those being driven at the expense of walking.

  • Friday, 6 November 2015

    Five Tyne and Wear schools are working to tackle young Deaf and Disabled people’s barriers to independent and active school travel. Our coordinator Francesca shares a sneaky preview of their fab student-led campaigns.