18 Sep 2018 | Walking Off the Big Apple

Delacroix’s Cats

Following its record-breaking debut at the Musée du Louvre in Paris, the blockbuster Delacroix exhibit has opened at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. While not all of the works could travel, as some are intrinsic to the Louvre, the big cats ...

17 Sep 2018 | Walk Coach Learn

A Year of Self-Boss Networking Walks

We walked in all weathers and all seasons.  We walked with people engaged in all sorts of businesses and explored many routes through the Olympic Park.  Above all, we connected with each other.  We networked in an uplifting, different way and took time out to reflect on our work and how we work.  This has … A Year of Self-Boss Networking WalksRead More »

16 Sep 2018 | LucyFurLeaps

Ancient Droves and the Tolworth Area Plan

“The poetry of earth is never dead: When all the birds are faint with the hot sun, And hide in cooling trees, a voice will run From hedge to hedge, about the new-mown mead; That is the Grasshopper’s.” On the Grasshopper and Cricket, John Keats In the midst of the summer heatwave and haze, we … Continue reading Ancient Droves and the Tolworth Area Plan →

16 Sep 2018 | News


Wellington Marathon Clinic will hold acommunity run/walk event in memory of Andy McNeill.  Andy was a long standingmember of the clinic who sadly passed away from pancreatic cancer nearly fouryears ago.There will be two courses, runners will do almost ...

14 Sep 2018 | Museum of Walking

100 days to

Talking Walking has been marking its tenth anniversary this year.  We have had the delight of reconnecting with several of the walkers we interviewed over the last decade, learning about what they’ve been doing and where they have been walking.  When and where we can, we have been updating their pages on the Talking Walking […]

14 Sep 2018 | A Wander is not a Slog

A Wander is not a Slog 2018-09-14 05:04:50

In February I walked in circles around the ArcelorMittal Orbit in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. This week I walked there in a straight line, transecting East London on a journey through my usual stomping grounds. I took pictures every five minutes facing north. And every five minutes facing south. To truly engage in transecting, the route will […]

13 Sep 2018 | rdb notes


This post is tiresomely long: you may care to jump ahead to a point of interest [sic]. Images will be clearer if clicked upon. IntroductionThe Welsh in HuddersfieldRegistrationWhat is Psychogeography?Boundary no boundaryNew slices through old placesTh...

12 Sep 2018 | News

Breakfast TV on our Footpath Flyers

The Breakfast Show interviewed President Andy Smith about footpath obstacles and our solutions with the Green 'Cut back the Vegetation' and Yellow 'Dont Park on the Footpath' Flyers.See the interview here.

10 Sep 2018 | exercises in being here


It feels like returning after a long holiday but it wasn´t me who was a tourist elsewhere and came back home. Other people were tourists here and I stopped going on my early morning walks when the streets were taken over by drunk tourists and the beach...

08 Sep 2018 | exercises in being here

From the balcony

I hear loud cheerful voices, laughter. “You there with the hat!” I look down. A rikshaw bike is waiting in front of the red traffic light. Three middle aged tourists wave at a young woman waiting for the pedestrian traffic light to turn green. “Nice...