Chichester & Bognor Green Party Branch meeting (members only)
Mon July 3rd at 7pm at the Bassil Shippam Centre, Tozer Way, Chichester to discuss the way forward - agenda items to Valerie at email@example.com by Monday 26th June - agenda sent out after that.
Wednesday, 5th July, we have a visit from Daniella who works for the national "Playing Out" organisation in Bristol.
The aim of her visit is to encourage more streets to get involved with this! If you would like to find out more please do pop by for lunch at 12 noon at 13 Whyke Lane, Chichester, PO19 7UR. (RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org). Please see the website for more details of the scheme: http://playingout.net/
Chichester Moves On:
IT'S TIME TO THINK IN A DIFFERENT WAY ABOUT CHICHESTER'S TRANSPORT PROBLEMS - we can solve them without building new roads!
Tuesday 18 July, in St Pancras Church on the Hornet (7.30-9pm).
The speaker is the Chief Transport Planning Officer from Nottingham City Council, who will show how radical public transport solutions have transformed Nottingham into a beacon environmentally-friendly city for the future. Many of the ideas used there could be adapted for Chichester, instead of blighting our town with bigger and uglier bypass roads..
There will also be a presentation about a novel new transport pod that could be introduced to British towns and cities in the next few years.
Chichester and Bognor Green Party are organising this event in conjunction with Chichester Moves On, the local group set up to promote alternative ways of solving Chichester's traffic congestion.
Please keep the morning of Saturday 22nd July free for a mini pop-up protected cycle lane event!
More details coming soon from Amy who is working on this for the Chemroute Action Group