Small Steps – Fit for walking

Walking is the easiest, cheapest and most accessible form of exercise for most people. It is easy to start, easy to maintain, and easy to adapt as abilities and circumstances change. Walking can keep people connected to their ...

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Small steps – Walking with a purpose

Walking is the easiest, cheapest and most accessible form of exercise for most people. It is easy to start, easy to maintain, and easy to adapt as abilities and circumstances change. Walking can keep people connected to their ...

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Small steps – Walking together

SMALL STEPS – WALKING TOGETHER Walking is the easiest, cheapest and most accessible form of exercise for most people. It is easy to start, easy to maintain, and easy to adapt as abilities and circumstances change. Walking can ...

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The Causey – artists’ impression

The Causey / West Crosscauseway, Edinburgh Artist’s Impression: Aga MietkiewiczAnimation: Robert Motyka * Our ambitions Do you see what we see?  The Causey: vibrant, colourful, a place for people at the heart of the community, ...

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Titi Farukuoye

Titilayo Farukuoye reads

Titilayo Farukuoye is a writer, organiser and anti-racist educator based in Glasgow. In their performance Titilayo invites their audience to embody the activist today. What does it feel like to call for social change? My ...

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Wooden Spoon Award

Wooden Spoon Award – Zero Tolerance

Wooden Spoon Award is elected to a theme, rather than to an individual journalist or article. This recognises and highlights the collective responsibility of writers to represent the issues responsibly. The Wooden Spoon Award aims ...

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