5 April 2016
This Thursday 7th April, 7pm - 9pm, Natalie is coming to Whalley Range to speak on the subject - ‘How can we make our roads safe and enjoyable for all?’
Natalie will be joined by Vincent Walsh from the 20s Plenty campaign who use evidence to campaign for 20 mph speed limits, making neighbourhoods better places to live. Also speaking is Chris Allan from the Greater Manchester Cycling Campaign which works to make cycling in Greater Manchester quicker, safer, easier and more enjoyable.
The event has been organised because road safety has come out as a top concern for residents when questioned by Ben Godfrey, the Green Party candidate for Whalley Range. The Green Party has policies designed to make our streets places that all people feel able to use.
The event will be held at the British Muslim Heritage Centre, Whalley Range, M16 8BP.
20s Plenty and Vincent Walsh: http://www.20splenty.org/coty2016
Greater Manchester Cycling Campaign: http://www.gmcc.org.uk/