We are Living Streets, the UK charity for everyday walking

For any media enquiries, please contact the Living Streets press team on 020 7456 9790 or out of office hours, 07545 209 865.

Alternatively you can email: kathryn.shaw@livingstreets.org.uk 

Students: we get lots of requests from students for interviews. We try our best to accommodate these but during busy campaigning periods we don't always have the capacity to be able to do so. We apologise for these occasions and hope you understand that the work of the charity needs to be prioritised. If you have a request, please email commsteam@livingstreets.org.uk with as much notice as possible.

Latest Press Releases


Second time lucky for Living Streets?

Living Streets' PR team nominated for national Charity Times Awards.


Scottish pupil celebrates national design success with a special visitor


A North Lanarkshire pupil is celebrating being named as one of 11 winners in a UK-wide design competition.


Scottish Government doubles funding for walking and cycling


Scottish Government has today announced an extra £40m funding for walking and cycling


Scottish pupils start off the new school year on the right foot


Pupils at Castleton Primary School in Glasgow launch a national campaign to encourage children to walk to scho…


Re-evaluating the whole London bus network

Re-evaluating the whole London bus network is vital to improve central London for those on foot.


Removing speed bumps will do little for air quality but will reduce safety

Living Streets has joined with Campaign for Better Transport and Cycling UK to write to Michael Gove about UK…


Lottery funding set to get Scotland walking more


Older people across Scotland will benefit from an exciting new project to help them get active and feel part o…


Greater Manchester’s first-ever cycling and walking commissioner

Chris Boardman is Greater Manchester’s first-ever Cycling and Walking Commissioner.


Children taking steps to battle air pollution

The number of children walking to school has increased after years of decline