The “vision thing”

Those of you who attended the Dynamo AGM in October will recall Dave Horton, our guest speaker, suggesting that it was time to pull together a vision of what cycling in our district could be like, rather than spend another year reacting to council proposals for another bit of cycle lane. (OK, I paraphrase! Dave puts it rather more eloquently in his blog post.) Many of us came away from the AGM with enthusiasm for the idea and determination to put it into practice.

So, invigorated by the seasonal resolution spirit, we are holding a meeting this Thursday 9 January at 7.15 p.m. at the Friends’ Meeting House, Lancaster, to hammer out a vision that we are happy to work towards, along with a strategy to get there. There will be a facilitator to help keep us on task, and we would welcome input from Dynamo members and others. Come along and be part of the vision.

About lancasterdynamo

Dynamo is a cycling group, established in 1994, to work with official bodies, other cycling organisations and interested individuals to promote cycling as a safe, enjoyable and healthy means of transport.
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1 Response to The “vision thing”

  1. georgie says:

    The meeting will be well timed to feed back to February’s Lancashire County Cycle Forum. Also in a few months time there will be the North West Active Travel Network seminar and hopefully we can get some joined up thinking really working for us. The NWATN website is about to go through some redesign & hopefully will enable somewhere for collaboration. Exciting time ahead… I hope so (I think it every year & then am usually left deflated).

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