Tranquil City Walk

Tranquil City explores areas of calm in the city.  London is full of quiet, often secret spaces, only a turn or two away from busy streets.  Quiet can mean less air pollution.  Calm offers wellbeing. Tranquil spaces are vital and need promoting and protecting. We are all invited to map the tranquil spaces we know …

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Watch this Space by Claire Collison

The recent Watch This Space Exhibition by the fabulous Claire Collison at Goldsmiths University This (now finished) beautiful and moving exhibition explored mastectomy, cancer treatment and the representation of women.  Overflowing with creativity and different perspectives, humour and colour, warmth and presence. The Gentrification of Ruskin Park stands out for me. It documents the post-chemo …

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Leaving Your Job? Take an Exit Coaching Walk to be ready for whatever is next

Are you leaving or changing your job? You may well have the customary goodbye cake, card or drink with colleagues and then focus your energies on the role you are moving into. But is this enough? How we close one chapter in our lives impacts on how we perform in our next chapter. Now is the time to reflect …

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Drizzly Walk on the Barbican Highwalks

Barbican on a week day afternoon in December. Impressions: Comfortingly bleak, damp, dark, cloudy, concrete, angular, empty, many ways to wander Question: Where do you walk comfortably when its dark and drizzly? Images: Find out more about Walk Coach Learn events and coaching

Never Walking Alone

While flicking through photos I’ve taken during walks over the last year, I notice that I’ve gathered a collection of images of lilac flowers.  This seems odd.  Lilac isn’t a colour that I like.  And then I remember that this is my Granny’s colour.  My Granny who died a year ago.  Lilac is the shade she …

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