Posts Tagged ‘Living Streets’

Wales: A Manifesto for Walking

Public health. Air pollution Climate change. Transport. These are all big issues in the 2021 Senedd Cymru elections. The next Welsh Government will be elected in 2021. This is the time to ensure that creating a better walking environment and investing in our neighbourhoods is a top priority for the future Welsh Government. In the […]

New Vacancies with Living Streets Cymru 

Living Streets are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to deliver their new three-year Cyfeillion Cerdded Cymru (Walking Friends Wales) project across south east Wales, our first major grant-funded project in Wales. Passionate about getting more older people walking in their local streets and re-connecting with their community, you will lead on recruiting volunteers […]

Potholes in pavements leaving over 65s stuck indoors

Nearly one in three (31%) over 65s are prevented from walking on their local streets because of cracked pavements, equating to over 3.5million people in the UK The new research from charity Living Streets, released for National Walking Month finds that nearly two thirds of over 65s (60%) are worried about poor pavements, however this […]

Get Wales Walking, the movement has begun

A charity is launching a call for political parties to make Wales a nation that walks more and feels the benefits of walking. Living Streets Cymru and its supporters want the Welsh Government to prioritise and fund walking and on Wednesday, 4 November will launch a new manifesto at the Senedd where a representative from […]