THE UK CHARITY FOR EVERYDAY WALKING
Walking is good for our minds, our bodies and our neighbourhoods.
Join us this National Walking Month. Follow our #Try20 tips and make more local everyday journeys on foot. And throw your name in the hat for our prize draw.
Public health. Air pollution. Climate change. Transport. Road safety.
These are all big issues affecting our towns and cities, and making walking and wheeling the easiest and safest options for everyday journeys is a key part of the solution.
With local and mayoral elections taking place in May, now is the time for our decision-makers to choose walking.
Scotland was the first UK country to issue a nationwide ban on pavement parking in 2019.
However we are concerned the ban might be undermined by guidelines for local authorities that could leave councils able to make needless exemptions.
Use our online form to write to the Scottish Government before the 11 March deadline.
Want to be part of the pupil-led scheme that is helping thousands of schools tackle road safety issues, pollution, congestion and childhood inactivity?
WOW, our flagship walk to school challenge, is available with brand new resources for primary schools for the 2021/22 year with theme 'WALK FOR THE WORLD'.
We are passionate about making big changes in our communities, and being a powerful voice for pedestrians.
But we simply can’t say that if we are only hearing a limited range of voices.
Read more about how Living Streets is changing the way it conducts its campaigns and Local Groups work.
A generation ago, 70% of us walked to school – now it’s less than half.
We want to reverse this decline. We want children to be energised and empowered, and to make walking to school their natural choice.
And we know just how to do it.
Explore our interactive street below. Click on the "learn more" icons to find out how together we can create better streets for walking.
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