Health

Schoolgirls with bike and scooters at Belfast primary school

Lilah (5), Georgia (6) and Lucy (6) from Orangefield Primary School enjoy Feet First Families Day in Belfast.

Children walking to school in Portadown

Children walking to Bocombra Primary School in Portadown for Feet First Families Day.

Pupils at Rosemount Primary in Derry

Pupils enjoying their Feet First Families day at Rosemount Primary in Derry

Schools across Northern Ireland reclaimed their car parks today and turned them into fun creative places as part of Sustrans new Feet First Families Initiative. Most children in Northern Ireland that...
9 March 2018
Mother and children on their bikes

The Bike Life report showed that 52% of people in Newcastle wanted to start cycling or cycle more

Cyclists on a traffic free path

The Bike Life report showed that 7% of Newcastle residents cycle to work

Health, air quality and the local economy would all greatly benefit if everyone living in Newcastle who wants to cycle were able to get on their bikes for regular journeys, according to our new...
23 February 2018
Ayr Active Travel Hub
Sustrans Scotland staff work in Active Travel Hubs in Ayr and Kilmarnock providing information, engagement opportunities and facilities aimed to encourage the local community and visitors to travel...
12 December 2017
volunteer wins holds award with volunteer coordinator

Andrea George accepts the award from Sarah Donnelly.

A Sunderland-based volunteer has won the Sustrans North of England award for outstanding commitment to volunteering. Andrea George took up cycling to help improve her health and now inspire others...
5 December 2017

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