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Our next Walking Summit will take place in central London on Saturday, 10 March 2018.

We will have more information about how to reserve your place coming soon. In the meantime, have a look at how last year's summit went.

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Our guest speakers

View videos from the day by browsing through our playlist below.

We also have direct links to each speaker's video and some of their slideshows for you to view at your leisure.

Val Shawcross

 

Val Shawcross CBE, Deputy Mayor of London for Transport.

YouTube: Val outlines the road ahead for London

View Val's slideshow

Ben Still

 

Ben Still, Managing Director of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority.

YouTube: Ben on creating #walkingcities across the UK

View Ben's slideshow

Will Norman

 

Will Norman, London's first Walking and Cycling Commissioner.

YouTube: Will on the amazing power of walking

Riccardo Marini

 

Riccardo Marini, Masterplanning and Urban Strategy Expert at Gehl Architects.

YouTube: Riccardo on campaigning for #walkingcities

Tom Platt

 

Tom Platt, Living Streets' Head of Policy and Communications.

YouTube: Tom Platt launches our Blueprint for #WalkingCities

View Tom's slideshow

Introducing... our blueprint for change

Our Blueprint for Change

Our new Blueprint For Change provides campaigners and city leaders with a step-by-step guide to creating walking cities.

Charles Maher Award

Congratulations to Morag Rose of the Loiterers Resistance Movement who picked up our 2017 Charles Maher Award.

And congrats, too, to the Walking For Health team from Wincanton who picked up a commendation.

You can view their acceptance speeches here.

the day on social media

#WalkingSummit actually trended on Twitter in London on 18 March - so it would be remiss of us not to host some of the great tweets that you sent out on the day.

View our Storify for the best social media from the day.

Storify of our Walking Summit

View our Storify

Thank you to our host

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#WalkingCities

 

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Our Walking Cities Campaign