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Tip 10 – Let kids the way

Children can help you see the world – and walking – from a different perspective, so let them guide you on your walk.

It's a great way to have fun and get some exercise and fresh air. Walking has been proven to improve children’s energy and concentration levels, so it might also benefit your child's learning. 

If you don’t have kids, you can still have a good explore (see tip no 8 for inspiration). 


See your walk differently

Central to our work with Local Groups is calling for child-friendly streets to reduce air pollution and increase safety. Our Engagement Manager, Aisha Hannibal, tells us how three Living Streets Local Groups are leading the way and celebrating the fun and freedom of reclaiming streets for children.

Have you tried all of our #Try20 tips yet? You could to and from work, let the kids lead the way and many more – there's something for everyone to try. We've put together 20 tips to help you fit 20 minutes of walking into your day. 

Check out our tips and download your own #Try20 check list to tick them off as you go!