Transformation on the Greenway

The Greenway on a March lunchtime. Impressions: Long thin path, tang of sewage in the air.  Fat bumble bees, white butterflies, chatting birds.  Rash of dandelions, sprinkling of daisies.  Chimney pots.  Discarded vodka bottle, flattened cigarette packet, squashed cans, spray paint.  Dog walkers, pink barriers and orange barriers guarding holes, runners, cyclists. Question: The Greenway …

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Making Walking Sexy at the Living Streets Walking Summit

‘We need to make walking sexy’ declared Will Norman, London’s enthusiastic first commissioner for Walking and Cycling, at the Living Streets Walking Summit.  Walking doesn’t have to be pedestrian and can be the most exciting way to explore a city.  This buzzy event brought together a whole spectrum of walking enthusiasts and campaigners to discuss how …

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