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Talk the Walk
Talk the Walk: Networking events for people promoting vibrant walkable neighbourhoods.
The format of a Talk the Walk event is fairly straightforward:
- Meet up, and go on a walk
- 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
Talk the Walk offers any participant the opportunity to speak to the whole group. The more speakers there are the less time each is given to speak.
Each Talk the Walk has a definite theme; themes have included: physical activity; emotional well-being and public space; animating public space; workplace health, retrofitting for walking; and children, play and independent mobility.
Bringing professionals from different fields together to promote walking is key to Talk the Walk, and in trying to achieve this and to keep costs to a minimum we have co-hosted Talk the Walks, with the Urban Design Group at the Arts Council, with Groundwork London, with Play England, with the London Borough of Bromley and with NHS Greenwich. We are always keen to hear from other organisations that can offer us a venue that accommodates 40 people.
You can read about previous Talk the Walks on this wiki and find out what participants think about them.
Go to our contact form to register your interest in a Talk the Walk or other Talkshops we offer form. If you wish to speak to the whole group, then please make sure you add detail to the Topic box, and take care to check all the pertinent check boxes.