We are a family run business that develops and delivers walking events with a creative twist. Our walks and ‘walkshops’ (walking workshops) are mainly artist led, depending on the event you choose there will be a mix of drawing, learning and making. Our focus is to be creative using walking as the art form. Participants come and explore an area, learn something new and develop skills. Group participation is fun and stimulating and you will be part of a walking performance. ‘The art is in taking part‘ which we call ‘walking creatively‘.
We are adhering to the Government’s advice regarding outdoor events including our walks and walkshops. We will be dipping our toes in by running some ‘real-life’ ‘on-the-ground’ events with others running online.
Join an event by clicking on the links below:
7:00 pm - 8:45 pm
|Walk Listen Cafe - Walking, isolation and togetherness|
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Low Line to Shoreline - every place tells a story a creative writing and sound walk walkshop (on-the-ground)
Hay’s Galleria, London
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
|Low Line to Shoreline - every place tells a story a creative writing and sound walk workshop (on-line)|
WRITE ABOUT WALKING AND LISTENING – is our recently launched writing competition – can you put into (250) words what walking and listening mean to you? Submit your poetry or prose to win the chance of being published in the inaugural WRITE ABOUT WALKING illustrated chapbook anthology to be published by Sampson Low Publishers in time for Sound Walk September. Other prizes await our winners – read more and submit your work here on the walk listen create website.
Canopy – just published in support of the Urban Tree Festival:
An anthology of poems and stories for the Urban Tree Festival 2021. A 28 page A6 illustrated chapbook published by Sampson Low Publishers ISBN:978-1-912960-69-9 £4.50 +p&p includes writing by Gabriel Burrow, Alison Clark, Georgia Cook, Chris Cuninghame, Charis Fox, Sandra Horn, Peter Isaacson, Sarah McPherson, Tom Raw, E.E. Rhodes, Robert Seatter, Andrew Simms, Rachel Sloan and Sarah Wheeler. Edited by Rebekah Lattin-Rawstrone and illustrated by Alban Low. All net proceeds support future Urban Tree Festivals. The publication received support from the Mayor of London. Buy here
Government guidelines including numbers meeting outdoors
Government guidelines on collecting information from participants for NHS Track and Trace.
If you would like us to develop a walking event tailored to your needs read more here about our pricing, or if you would like to collaborate in developing one, then please read more here and contact us via this form.
Ticket pricing and bookshop purchases: We have installed WP Event manager as our main ticketing platform – this means that you do not pay a booking fee when you purchase a ticket through our website. We absorb the transaction cost. We occasionally use Eventbrite as a ticket booking platform, this takes a commission via a booking fee which is why the final ticket price may appear higher than that we advertise. As these booking fees are dynamic we are unable to establish the fee and publish it. We are charged a banking fee by PayPal for processing all ticket purchases, however, we absorb this cost.
For our sales through the bookshop, if you choose to pay other than by PayPal, we have a Stripe account, and the charges for which we absorb. All shop sales will come with an additional postage and packing charge, which may change depending on quantity of items purchased and the destination to which they will be sent.
During COVID lockdown we offer free tickets to NHS & key workers, and a range of ticket prices, and we may ask for donations instead of priced tickets in which case we provide a PayPal Donate button and absorb the PayPal processing charges.
This means that paying through WP Event Manager & PayPal for your tickets will be at the price we advertise, and you won’t be charged a booking fee. For further details on Offers, pricing and refunds please see here.
We are building our website, so bear with us as we get our on-line presence ‘ship-shape’.