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

10.09.2019

Levenmouth pupils get a health boost swapping the school run for a school walk

Pupils to benefit from getting active on the school run as national programme launches.

09.09.2019

Govt told to bring an end to pavement parking

Transport Select Committee's report calls on Govt to stop stalling on pavement parking.

06.09.2019

20mph speed limits throughout London

TfL announces 20mph speed limits on major central London roads

02.09.2019

New funds for walking and cycling in Scotland

Scottish Govt commits £1.8m funding for Housing Associations aimed at promoting active travel.

29.08.2019

Alistair Brownlee, MBE named as Active Travel Ambassador for Leeds

Double Olympic Triathlon Champion Alistair Brownlee, MBE is Leeds' first-ever Active Travel Ambassador

13.08.2019

Rising traffic driving children off local streets

New data reveals that three in five children NEVER play out on their local streets.

31.07.2019

Government needs to raise walking ambition

Calls for Govt to set a more ambitious walking target to meet its own environmental and health ambitions.

25.07.2019

More older adults dying on Britain’s roads

New data shows an increase in pedestrian fatalities amongst children and over 60s last year.

23.07.2019

Govt action needed to hit walking and cycling targets

Active travel alliance demands investment now to address massive shortfall forecast by 2025.