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Blue Sky Ideas for Walking


Networking events for people promoting walking

Format of a Talk the Walk event is fairly straightforward. 

  • Meet up
  • Mix and Mingle
  • Listen to a 3-5 minute presentation - up to 16 at any event - (let us know if you have something you want to talk about).
  • Ask questions - Share ideas - Create an action plan 

 

Our next Talk the Walk, co-hosted with Groundwork London, will be on the theme of "Walking up the Garden Path - community kitchen gardens and their contribution to local health and wellbeing" and will take place from 4.30 - 7.00pm on Wednesday 21 April 2010 - at The Lighthouse West London, 111 - 117 Lancaster Road, Ladbroke Grove, London W11 1QT. In the fight against obesity and in getting people to re-engage with their surroundings, community kitchen gardens and how to get to them is becoming increasingly important.  "One of the greatest challenges we have faced with community gardening/food growing is making it sustainable once the funding has run out and our staff have left the area" comments Groundwork London.

Groundwork London are offering a walking tour of community kitchen gardens from 3.00pm.  Please register here for both events, ticking the appropriate boxes on the registration form, if you wish to participate in either or both events.  Numbers are strictly limited.

 

For each event we create a new wiki page to which you can add information, recommendations and suggestions: Wednesday 21 April

 

Read what participants have said about Talk the Walk

Tips on networking

When shall we meet again? 

Who is behind Talk the Walk? 

 

Previous events:

2010

Tuesday 2 February - on Bargain interventions that change behaviour

2009

Wednesday 25 November - on Wellbeing in the workplace

Wednesday 9 September - on Childhood: Children, play and independent mobility

Wednesday 3 June - on Animating Public Space

Tuesday 10 February - on Emotional well-being and Public Space

2008

Tuesday 25 November - on Physical activity

 

 

 

 

 

 

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