Thanks for another incredible National Walking Month!
We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did - and that it has got you in the mood for more. Because remember: walking's not just for May!
We asked children at Lawrence Rd Community Primary in Liverpool why they liked walking to school....quotes are displayed on school railings for #walktoschoolweek to remind everyone of the benefits this simple act brings @merseytravel @arrivehappy @livingstreets pic.twitter.com/KNb7bIF8jz— Jane Rickwood (@jane_rickwood) May 24, 2018
What an amazing #WalkToSchoolWeek!— Living Streets (@livingstreets) May 25, 2018
📽 Watch our Thank You video
👇 Click the link to check out some highlights from the week
👨👩👧 And download our Family #WalkToSchool Kit so you can keep the momentum 🚶🏽♀️😁https://t.co/CjbW1bm93K pic.twitter.com/OoEo2L3hLT
Watched #Newsnight & want to know more about the 21 recommendations in our #walktoschool report that @MayorofHackney teased? You can find them on our website, along with the findings from our latest research ☁️#WalktoSchoolWeek #CleanAir @BBCNewsnight https://t.co/wqyZv3euEB— Living Streets (@livingstreets) May 21, 2018
2 in 5 parents are worried about #airpollution around their child's school, our new report reveals.— Living Streets (@livingstreets) May 21, 2018
It must be easier for local authorities to ban cars from dropping off at the school gates #WalktoSchoolWeek #CleanAir https://t.co/wqyZv3euEB pic.twitter.com/xXUkPpwI7B
Look out #Leeds, we’re kicking off #WalktoSchoolWeek by launching our Moortown local group today 💪🏾Their action has led to a #ParkandStride scheme, next they’re working on improving school routes! #GetInvolved @MoortownLSG https://t.co/jnj2sD75Yt pic.twitter.com/zUfXeNLnnG— Living Streets (@livingstreets) May 21, 2018
* actually more like a few million steps