Our Voice, Our Streets
Croydon Living Streets has been working with girls and non-binary young people, who often feel excluded from public spaces and asks how can we improve them.
29 Sep 2021
Who are streets for?
Sarah Berry, Living Streets Trustee and Lambeth Local Group member blogs on how shifting the narrative on who our streets are for can lead to making ambitious changes to our cities.
20 Sep 2021
Free to Play
Amy Foster from Croydon Living Streets Group blogs on the importance of reimagining our streets with children at their heart.
30 Jul 2021
Street Clutter: A guide dog owner's story
Guide dog owner Penny Hefferan shares her experiences. Public spaces are becoming more difficult to navigate with the increase of street clutter.
14 Jul 2021
Alastair Hanton - an inspiration
Living Streets honours the life of Alastair Hanton, his campaigning approach and capacity for kindness.
16 Jun 2021
Make a village of a city
Our Engagement Manager, Aisha Hannibal, talks about an innovative film project in East London that prompts us to explore how we can ask the right questions.
27 May 2021
The growth of low traffic neighbourhoods
Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) seek to reduce rat-running whilst ensuring that everyone can still reach their destination by vehicle if needed.
17 Aug 2020
Walking with Chipping Sodbury School
Mental Health Ambassadors at a school in South Gloucestershire tell us how walking is helping their wellbeing.
18 May 2020
University of Chichester takes our walking pledge
Our Communications and Marketing Coordinator, Francesca Marzullo, visits campus during one of our pledge events. Walking to achieve improved mental health scores high on students' priorities list.
06 Jan 2020
Walking Connects Success with public pathways
Corstorphine residents celebrated success following the completion of works enabling residents to walk more for every day, local journeys.
26 Nov 2019