Walking

Woman with grey hair and glasses standing in field by National Cycle Network milepost

“It’s so handy having the traffic-free path so close to my home. I can build exercise into my everyday routine without really thinking about it.”

For former headteacher Penny Kelly, National Cycle Network Route 51 is more than just a connection from Thurston and Bury St Edmunds, it’s a way for her to stay active into her retirement whilst...
2 November 2018
photo of wide pavement and road

Sustrans are working with the community to make the local area age friendly for pedestrians and cyclists.

We've recently launched an exciting community-led project to tackle social isolation and turn Birmingham streets into friendly environments for people.  Working in Castle Vale, Pype Hayes, Birches...
25 October 2018
Children, bikes, lord mayor, Bike It Officer and teachers in school playground celebrating

Lord Mayor of Crawley celebrates Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic Primary's success

Our Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic Primary celebrates being the first school in Crawley to achieve the Gold School Mark award as part of our active travel programme. The School Mark award is a joint...
22 October 2018
the Lord Mayor of York with children from Acomb Primary school

The Lord Mayor of York, Councillor Keith Orrell presented the Modeshift STARS Gold award to children at Acomb Primary School. PHOTO: Steve Tipton

We are delighted that Acomb Primary School has received the Modeshift STARS Gold award following our work with iTravel York to get more pupils cycling and walking on their journeys to school....
15 October 2018
child on bike in urban community

Montague Avenue is transformed into a colourful child-friendly space

two boys pot plants
Last month the community of Sholing in Southampton came together to help transform their neighbourhood into a bright and colourful child-friendly space. Taking place on the green on Montague Avenue,...
16 October 2018

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