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From landfill to public park

In her third video for Slow Ways, Vi Assal walks Northwhich to Budford Mere and observes how private or disused land has been turned into public space for all the enjoy

Transport troubles, limited freedom to roam and knowing where to go: the many barriers to accessing Great British walking

Ingrina was born in Los Angeles and sees Britain as a comparatively easy place to go walking. All is not well however; on a walk from Sevenoaks to Tonbridge, she reflects on the barriers that can prevent people from accessing walking in Britain.

A sudden summer arrival in Scotland

Ready for a new challenge Jo Bennie traces a detailed path from Aviemore to Braemar, Scotland — a challenging route coming to life in the summer warmth Avibra one goes by the high mountain pass...

Park Life: a tune, a festival and a short walk to keep us refreshed

Even a short walk has me feeling reborn in a way, refreshed, a skin sloughed off, and a dawn walk even more so as a new day begins.

Tales From A Slow Way: Lewes Community FC

Tracing the Lewalf path across the South Downs into Lewes, Fred Garrat-Stanley shines a light on the innovative, community-centred work being done at one of the world’s most progressive non-League football clubs, East Sussex-based Lewes FC

How citizen naturalists use Slow Ways to survey wildlife

What if people walking Slow Ways routes used these pathways as wildlife transects across the country: recording wildlife as they walk and contributing invaluable data to inform the regeneration of our country’s flora and fauna?

Fresh air, walking and the freedom it all brings

For Eilidh Carr, walking is integral to life in the Outer Hebrides, and local Slow Ways promise an island adventure When I was invited by Slow Ways to be a Story Contributor in 2022...

Running through forests, walking up mountains

National Walking Month is a time when organisations and individuals collectively highlight the many mental, physical, and social benefits of walking and encourage everyone to walk — wherever they are By Ingrina Shieh This year, National...