LGBTQ+ hidden history walks
The importance of making the history of marginalised groups more visible and how we’re doing that through our work.
01 Jun 2023
Making the invisible visible
The importance of community-led walks in making the history of marginalised groups more visible.
A community through walking
Aisha Hannibal tells us how walking is a powerful tool for creating social connections and shares how it is shaping the work we're doing with Local Groups.
Kids lead the way
How three Living Streets Local Groups are championing streets for kids in collaboration with organisations across Europe and the Clean Cities network.
11 May 2023
A future that belongs to everyone
Our Youth Campaigns Officer, Khushi Bajaj talks about her relationship with public spaces and social justice, and shares her hopes for the future.
14 Dec 2022
The voices of today and tomorrow
Ladajah Wilson, Youth Campaigns Officer, discusses her own journey of exploring nature and the importance of getting young people involved in our work.
Daring to be disabled
A Blog by Ozzie Joester-Nelson discussing Disability Pride Month 2022 and wheelchair accessibility.
28 Jul 2022
Walking and Pride
This Pride month, Kate is returning to ideas about how safe and welcome LGBTQ+ people feel walking and wheeling.
23 Jun 2022
Walking and me
Pip Wilcox shares her experiences of walking and how it's helped her cope with chronic illness.
12 May 2022
What would it take to build the city of our dreams?
Amy Foster, our Coordinator of Croydon Living Streets, outlines the key points from the group's webinar titled 'Change is here'.
07 Feb 2022