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"Think Feet First" (see here) is a National Health Service initiative to get people walking more.
I met Stephen outside the pub to the left which he says is the friendliest in the neighbourhood. He lives nearby, in one of the boroughs bordering the future 2012 Olympic Park and tells me he lives on incapacity benefit. He spends much of his time in the pub to the left of this shot but wants to move as soon as he can because he finds the local people very unfriendly.

The reason I've posted this is to fulfil what I said I'd do here

gill1109 says:

please explain. Who is Stephen and what is on the advert?

26th Mar 2009, 06:52

Thanks Gill - I've done so below the post for clarity

26th Mar 2009, 08:20

MaggieD says:

Just catching up on this .... will you be on Saturday's demo Put People First? ....

26th Mar 2009, 19:07

Dhamaka NLI says:


26th Mar 2009, 20:23

MaggieD says:

Yay! ... Dave and I will be there .... how about meeting up at some point ?

26th Mar 2009, 20:43

Dhamaka NLI says:

that'd be great - will SMS you

26th Mar 2009, 20:53

Caine says:

Excellent. People should walk more, but don't, and a lack of community and no sense of safety have a lot to do with that in urban areas.

Excepting nasty winters, I walk all the time. Always have. I walked everywhere growing up in So Cal and never thought twice about it. I would like a bicycle this year though. :)

26th Mar 2009, 22:34

Tori says:

I like the mini-interview and getting to learn a bit about Stephen and his thoughts.

26th Mar 2009, 22:46

thank you!
Caine - do try, my bike is so much easier on my back so hopefully it'll be the same with you
Tori - thank you. He is a real sweetie

27th Mar 2009, 06:51

JokerXL says:

Good stuff D. More please, get out there, walking, and introduce us to peeps.

27th Mar 2009, 07:49

thanks Joker - will do

27th Mar 2009, 10:49

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