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Tackling congestion with Park and Stride

How Park and Stride is helping pupils across Greater Manchester take to their feet.

Greater Manchester's Pupil Protest

Pupils in Didsbury decide to strike. However, it's more of a walk in than a walk out.

Packmoor Primary and Woolcool, Stoke-on-Trent

How a local business and a school came together to improve their neighbourhood.

Why Oxfordshire Council runs WOW

How running our walk to school challenge has boosted active travel across one UK county.

Sunnyside Primary has the WOW factor

Alloa pupils impress judges in a creative competition, as all Clackmannanshire schools start WOW.

MP puts best foot forward in Surrey

Transport secretary, Chris Grayling, joins Surrey pupils in his constituency for Walk to School.

Abbotswood Primary, South Glos

How one school 's commitment to walking to school with us culminated in a huge rise in walking rates.

Wansdyke Primary School, Bristol

How one school 's commitment to walking to school with us culminated in a hugely successful Park & Stride sche…

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Durham students design Walk to School banners

Durham schools celebrate International Walk to School Month with Walk to School banner competition.

Percy Main Primary school in North Tyneside

A headmaster explains the benefits of WOW and how schools can fund the programme though sports premium.

School road closure in Camden

How Living Streets worked with a London school and its local council to close its street to traffic.

School street audit in Surrey

How one pupil's love of WOW has led to some serious walkability improvements in Hersham.

When your daughter is off to a "big" school soon...

This mum's lovely message got us thinking about all the memories we make on the walk to school.

WoW schools in Lincolnshire run photo competition

North Lincolnshire WoW schools get snap happy on their walk to school.

Charles Maher award goes to Tyneside pupil

The 2015 Charles Maher award has gone to a Year 5 pupil from Tyne & Wear.

Car-free zones trial in Edinburgh

Scheme sees streets outside several primary schools closed to motorised vehicles at peak times.

The benefits of WOW - from a mother's perspective

Manchester mum tells us about inspiration, quality time and immunity to bad weather.