Update: Due to the snow, this event was postponed until Saturday 31st March (Easter Saturday). There’s still time to book your free place, whether you were booked on the original one or not
Don’t miss out! We’re holding our third annual Walk Cycle Vote Campaigners’ Day on the 31st March in Glasgow – a great opportunity for anyone who’s keen to do more to support active travel in Scotland. It’s a chance to learn new skills, share ideas and network with other people who are passionate about improving conditions for walking and cycling.
We’ve got some great speakers, but it won’t all be just sitting and listening; there are two breakout workshops giving you a chance to get your hands on and discuss issues in smaller groups. Note that if one or two of them prove oversubscribed we will aim to repeat those.
Whether you’re already a veteran campaigner, are just starting out, or are wondering whether it’s all for you, please do sign up – it’s free (although a donation to cover lunch would be appreciated).
10.45 Welcome – Anna Richardson, Glasgow City Council
11.00 Community Links/Plus – Matt Davis, Sustrans
11.30 Break – tea/coffee (help reduce impact on the environment – bring your own mug or keep cup)
• Using graphics to visualise better street designs – Space for People Byres Road
• 5 Go Mad in Mini Holland: lessons from London for Scotland – Sally Hinchcliffe, Pedal on Parliament
• A Thousand Words – Iona Shepherd – Using images to give your event even more impact.
1.00 Air quality, health and cycling – Emilia Hannah, Friends of the Earth
1.30 Place Standard tool – John Howie, NHS Organisational Lead
• Running a councillor tour – John Donnelly, Go Bike
• Psychology of change – Brenda Lillicrap
• Local Authority Cycling Strategies – Sustrans
• Long game campaigning – Drem Gullane Core Path Campiagn
2:45 Break – tea/coffee
3.00 Panel Q&A