Sheffield Star July 2020


An interview by Sheffield Star journalist Julia Armstrong with SEM’s Maxwell Ayamba has been recently been published in the Newspaper.

The article entitled “Steps To Reclaim Our History”, is part of the paper’s response to the Black Lives Matter protests in June 2020. The Newspaper is also dedicating its ‘historic Sheffield’ feature section to a deeper look into different aspects of Black history in Sheffield and Yorkshire.

You can read the article here.

BBC Radio 4 Ramblings: Joyful Highlights Part 2

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BBC Radio 4 Ramblings: Joyful Highlights Part 2: Health and Happiness

Our Walk4Health interview on BBC Radio 4 Ramblings has been chosen by presenter Clare Balding as one of her favourite Walks!

The BBC presenter along with her producer, interviewed us on our first walk of 2019. We talked as we walked thru the picturesque Lansdowne Estate on a sunny morning in early January. You can listen here.

From the BBC Radio 4 Ramblings programme Website:
“In a joyful celebration of 20 years spent walking on air, Clare Balding digs deep into the exhilarating archives of Ramblings to share the best moments from her favourite walks. This week she explores the theme of Health and Happiness to discover how walking can provide a real boost to both our physical and mental health.”

Adventure Uncovered Magazine June 2020


A brand new Canadian Outdoor Magazine called Adventure Outdoors has launched this month with a contribution from SEM’s Maxwell Ayamba.  The article entitled “Ensuring equal outdoor access for the UK’s black and ethnic minority communities” looks at BAMER participation in outdoor spaces and SEM ‘s campaigning work to improve access to BMER communities. You can read the article.

Adventure Uncovered Magazine is, a monthly thematic collection of #adventure storytelling, including articles, videos and guides connected to one topic that’s explored in detail with a diverse mix of writers, activists, artists, filmmakers, environmentalists.

The Magazine is on a mission to live adventurously and build a better society by giving a platform to people, organisations and ideas breaking new ground – check out Edition 1!

Waterfront Magazine Article

Waterfront Magazine Article

Waterfront Magazine Article

Maxwell Ayamba, co-founder of 100 Black Men Walk for Health, talks to author Derek Owusu about the importance of working with black and ethnic minority communities to reconnect them with nature.

WaterFront Magazine

Waterfront Magazine Article


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