THE UK CHARITY FOR EVERYDAY WALKING
Join us online, In person or at one of our viewing hubs
Our 2022 event will focus on how we create truly inclusive streets, bringing together people from across the UK and internationally to explore how we break down barriers to walking and wheeling in order to create places where people want to rest, play and spend time.
And this year we have multiple ways to attend.
Book your place today.
The Living Streets Charles Maher Award - Walking Champion recognises the individual, group or organisation that has campaigned for walking in their area in the last 12 months.
Nominations for our 2022 Award are open until midnight 16 February, with the winner crowned at our online National Walking Summit on 22 March.
One year on from the DfT's consultation, there can be no more stalling on pavement parking in England.
Read our open letter to Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps, and use our online tool to tweet to your MP.
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.
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'.
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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