David Hytch of Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) will talk to us about the new electric vehicle charging stations, or “Pod Centres”, due to be launched in 2013, and about Low Carbon Transport.
Come along to the Quaker Meeting House on Bourne Street, on Monday 3rd December at 7:30pm to hear more about the plans.
Low Carbon Transport and Electric Vehicles: TfGM talk
Electric Vehicle Pod Centres
We asked the Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner candidates for their views on 20’s Plenty. See their responses here.
The campaign to set a 20mph speed limit was joined today by double Olympic gold medallist and local resident Victoria Pendleton. Ms Pendleton was signing autographs and posing for photos with fans at the Royles bikes store on Knutsford Road today. She agreed to add an extra signature to her load: our petition!
For further information and press release
Victoria Pendleton with Florence Collier
Victoria Pendleton in her cycling gear
Rod King from the national campaign “20’s plenty for us” will be talking in Wilmslow on Thursday 28th June at the Friends Meeting House in Bourne Street at 7.30pm. Rod has helped towns from Edinburgh to Plymouth go “20’s plenty” on residential roads, and has recently helped Crewe move towards safer and more pleasant streets. Essentially,
- 20mph is safer than 30mph
- You don’t need speed bumps to have 20mph
- Everyone needs safer streets.
The meeting has been organised by Transition Wilmslow, along with Cycle Wilmslow and Living Streets, as a way of making our residential streets more friendly for all.
Everyone is welcome to the talk and we will be really interested to hear your views.
For more details of the event and the campaign, please see the attached event poster and leaflet.
Contact 20s Plenty at www.wilmslow.20splentyforus.org.uk and email@example.com