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Slow Ways art #5: Shanelle Bateman

'Experiences shape the microscopic details of your life; who you are depends on where you've been', so artist Shanelle Bateman created a wearable artwork to carry her Slow Ways experience onward through life

Dogs using Slow Ways #2: Billy

Love them or hate them, there are many, many dogs of Slow Ways. What are they thinking? It’s not our place to suggest, so the best tool we have is a camera

Seeing stuff is really good

Swansea comedian Steffan Alun on what's so great about walking. Spoiler alert: seeing stuff, gossiping, and not having to get on the tube

Mae gweld stwff yn dda iawn

Welsh/ Cymraeg: Y digrifwr o Abertawe Steffan Alun ar yr hyn sydd mor wych am gerdded. Rhybudd spoiler: gweld pethau, hel clecs, a pheidio â gorfod mynd ar y tiwb

Help Zoë and Falco mule-proof their route

Can you help mule-proof their route? Zoë Bicât and Falco are walking from Oxford to Loch Lomond, raising awareness and money for the Stop Ecocide campaign

Slow Ways art #4: Lydia Chouler–Tissier

An early-morning Slow Way recorded in film, photography, ink and wax pastels, by Leeds-based visual artist and photographer Lydia Chouler-Tissier

Tuning in to nature

Audio: Immerse your senses in this beautiful wandering wildlife pilgrimage on the Llŷn Peninsula, North Wales, with wildlife photographer and naturalist Ben Porter, and a Little Egret, Curlew, Yellow Dung Fly, Blackcap...

Slow Ways art #3: Marcus Lee

Filmmaker and director of Reel Street Productions, Marcus Lee, walked a Slow Ways route from Shipley to Bradford, clocking up his step count and producing a vlog in response to his journey