Porty Podcast

172 Active Streets

May 30, 2020 David Calder, Duncan Bain
Porty Podcast
172 Active Streets
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Porty Podcast
172 Active Streets
May 30, 2020
David Calder, Duncan Bain

A major piece of research involving Portobello High School and its five ‘feeder’ primaries should have been coming to an end by the end of next month. The objective, which came originally from Parsons Green Parent Council, was to find out how young people made their way to the High School and whether alternatives involving active travel – such as walking or cycling – could be encouraged. The project, called ‘Active Streets’, was thrown completely off course by Covid-19 and had to be moved online. It’s not entirely clear how many parents and pupils have heard of it – so the organisation carrying out the research approached Portobello Online and the Porty Podcast to encourage as many as possible to get involved.

www.active-streets.co.uk

hello@active-streets.co.uk

Show Notes

A major piece of research involving Portobello High School and its five ‘feeder’ primaries should have been coming to an end by the end of next month. The objective, which came originally from Parsons Green Parent Council, was to find out how young people made their way to the High School and whether alternatives involving active travel – such as walking or cycling – could be encouraged. The project, called ‘Active Streets’, was thrown completely off course by Covid-19 and had to be moved online. It’s not entirely clear how many parents and pupils have heard of it – so the organisation carrying out the research approached Portobello Online and the Porty Podcast to encourage as many as possible to get involved.

www.active-streets.co.uk

hello@active-streets.co.uk