WE ARE LIVING STREETS CYMRU, PART OF THE UK CHARITY FOR EVERYDAY WALKING

We want to create a walking nation, free from congested roads and pollution, reducing the risk of preventable illness and social isolation and making walking the natural choice.

In Wales we have a real chance to achieve the ambitions of the groundbreaking Active Travel Act and reverse these trends.

We can be ambitious for the next generation by increasing the number of school children walking to school.

We must also bring down the barriers of walking, removing the real and the perceived dangers like fast traffic and pavement parking.

A walking Wales will be healthier, cleaner, safer and more connected. So let’s get Wales walking.

 

Get Wales Walking in your area

PUPILS WALKING TO SCHOOL

How is your Walk to School?

A School Route Review is a great way to understand what needs to be done to get more families walking to school.

Our new toolkit is a step-by-step guide to running one of your own.

Download toolkit (English 3.9mb PDF)

Download toolkit (Welsh 3.9MB pdf)

Walking Cities: Cardiff

Following May's local elections, support our campaign to call on the new council to make Cardiff a walking city.

Walking Cities: Cardiff

PRESS
RELEASES

For any media enquiries, please contact the Living Streets press team on 020 7456 9790 , or out of office hours, 07545 209865. Alternatively you can email tanya.braun@livingstreets.org.uk.

07.06.2017

Minister for Active Travel joins children for Walk to School Week

07.06.2017

Cardiff 8th in poll on UK's most walkable cities

Who we work with in Wales

We’re creating a walking nation. We’ve got the know-how to make it happen but we can’t do it alone. Together with our partners and funders we can make extraordinary things happen.

 

How we can work with you

WELSH LANGUAGE MATERIALS AND BOOKLETS

 

We want to encourage everyone in Wales to walk more and enjoy the benefits that walking brings.  In Wales we aim to promote our projects and services bilingually, we have started to do this by producing a number of our promotional booklets in both English and Welsh.  Please enjoy reading about our work to Get Wales Walking in the language of your choice.

 

Why you should walk: Take a little walk, feel a big difference.

English

Cymraeg

Walking with older people: Feel good reasons to walk

English

Cymraeg

Walking with children: Walk to school with Living Streets

English

Cymraeg

Our Services: Walking people at your service

English

Cymraeg

Child's feet in wellies on the pavement

Our Welsh language policy

We are aiming to increase our Welsh language provision so everyone in Wales can enjoy the benefits of walking.  Our Welsh Language policy has been submitted to the Office of the Welsh Commissioner and can be found here.

Family walking on towards school on a quiet street