For most of us, walking is as simple as putting on a pair of shoes and opening our front door. Yet it’s not always that easy.
That’s why we’re building a movement about a movement.
Together we can create a nation where people from all generations walk and enjoy the benefits that this simple act brings.
Imagine our roads free from congestion and pollution. Imagine a world with less risk of many preventable illnesses. Imagine better streets that everyone can use and enjoy.
Join thousands of people across the country making a big difference.
This year not only are we asking you to get out walking - we also want you to help build a picture of how walkable our towns and cities are.
#Try20 and #RateYourWalk.
Thousands of people across the country have joined forces to make streets fitter for walking. We need you to make a big impact. You’ll be surprised what a big difference a small action could make.
Call for cities that are designed around people not vehicles.
Walking Cities: London
We are campaigning to make Oxford Street one of the world’s great public spaces.
Call for a pavement parking ban in Scotland
We should all be able to walk on pavements without worrying about vehicles blocking our way.
#Try20 this national walking month
We are gearing up for another fantastic National Walking Month this May.
We'll be asking you to get try walking for 20 minutes every day - and we will also be looking for walkers to rate their walk using our online tool.
GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO GET CHILDREN WALKING MORE
Andrew Watson from the National Workplace Challenge talks to us about how to fit more walking into t…