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Prostate Cancer UK

Prostate Cancer UK: Walking can save lives

Posted on June 9, 2017

Prostate Cancer UK’s ‘March for Men’ is taking place next weekend. In the run up to the event I interviewed charity’s CEO Angela Culhane.

Brixton walks

Brixton walks: riding school, street art and green spaces

Posted on April 28, 2017

Find out where in Brixton, you can relax on hammocks, stroke the ponies and see typical South London landscape in this interview with my colleague Abs. She lives in Waterloo, works in Brixton and loves walking in London. In the interview she shares about gems of Brixton to be found on foot, her favourite places in the City and tells you why it’s worth signing up with a dentist in Guy’s and St. Thomas’ hospital 😉

Easter walk

Easter walk: Which way are you going to go?

Posted on April 14, 2017

This post isn’t about galleries, cafés and streets, or at least not directly. It’s about something far more important. It’s about more ancient history than London can remember and a walk which doesn’t last 30 minutes or 2 hrs but it’s life-long. It’s about my everyday walk of faith. A walk with Jesus Christ. Even if it sounds scary, religious or weird to you, I thought it was important to publish it here, because without that walk there wouldn’t be no other.

Secrets of Bloomsbury

Discovering the secrets of Bloomsbury

Posted on March 31, 2017

Alana Pryce, is head of press and media at October Gallery, central London gallery known for exhibiting contemporary, international, avant-garde works. She also loves walking in London and has walked miles in Bloomsbury, Fitzrovia and beyond.
In this interview she shares her top secrets of Bloomsbury to visit on your trip to London or over the lunchtime, if you work nearby.

one of the sketches from the Shadow Street

Deborah Mason: Courtenay Street’s very own artist in residence

Posted on March 10, 2017

Are you wonder what artist in residence on Courtenay Street may be doing? Read the interview with Deborah Mason, artist living on Courtenay Street, who engaged with local community to get to know it better and produced some art works specifically about the street.

London walks

London walks: My story

Posted on February 3, 2017

On my first London walks I felt like a conqueror in unknown lands. My walks remained that to me – ways to discover things and places to myself. Even though they’ve got a bit more ‘sophisticated’ over the years it’s the joy of walking that remained. By sharing my walking story with you I want to encourage you to walk more and enjoy it to the fullest. Read on.