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What Local Authorities can do to promote Walk to Work Day

Promote Walk to Work Day in your council and through local businesses.

Free resources, including Posters and Postcards, are available for download from the site. Please click here.

Step into Spring Pedometer Challenge
If you are located in London, your business can register to take part in the Step into Spring competition. It’s a four week pedometer challenge starting from Walk to Work Day. Promotional packs including pedometers can be ordered from your Travel Awareness Officer at your local council. To find out how to contact your borough contact, please visit TfL’s website

Tell us about it
We'd love to hear about your Walk to Work Day events and what happened, so why not email us with the details and we'll feature it on the website?

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Walking Works meets Jack Johnson
Living Streets’ Walking Works campaign had a stall at a recent Jack Johnson concert, which hit London’s Hyde Park on 2 July. It was a great opportunity to introduce ourselves to the thousands of fans attending the concert.

Healthy Towns=Healthy People
A one day conference with workshops on health, walking and the environment; health is all of our business.

Walk to Work Day-tell us how you did!
Walk to Work Day was 24 April 2008. Tell us how it went for you and you could win a free pedometer.

80s Fitness Squad helps motivate commuters on Walk to Work Day
Commuters travelling between London Bridge station and The City on Thursday 24 April 2008 benefited from the motivation tactics of a squad of 1980s styled fitness instructors, who get very excited about commuters who walk to work.

One Londoner's diary: Walking to work to combat increased mince pie intake. Part 3
Wednesday 19 December 2007