Strider's Welsh debut!

Rachel Maycock, Living Streets Wales Manager on Strider's debut in Wales for International Walk to School Mont…


Are you guilty of eating al-desko?

National Walking Month is the best time to break one of modern life's worst habits - eating al desko.


Food Exclusion Zones

Tim, our monitoring and evaluation coordinator, on a bright idea that might just raise the bar this Walk to Wo…


Putting Wales' Active Travel Act into action

Having settled in as Living Streets' first Wales Manager, Rachel Maycock talks about this exciting time for We…


Making the most out of the journey

Nicole, one of our supporters, tells us about the special place she has made for walking in her working day.


Go down to the woods today

We asked Matt Larsen-Daw of the Woodland Trust for his #WalkBecause story. He went for the natural choice - in…


Wales acted - should the rest follow?

Ahead of our supporters’ conference on 27 June, Sam Coates our Supporter Coordinator asked our keynote speaker…


Walk to School Week's impact in Wales

School Travel Plan Advisor for Caerphilly County Borough Council, Susan Davies, has noticed such a positive im…


A walkable city needs...small ideas

Dan Harris, our programme coordinator in Norwich, explores how Walking Cities have created big change by focus…