South West CTC Campaigns Training Day – Bristol

This is in central Bristol, so couldn’t be easier. Engaging CTC Campaigns Director Roger Geffen and colleagues from CTC HQ will be joining activists from Bristol Cycling Campaign on Saturday 15th November to inspire us about the national Space for Cycling and Road Justice campaigns, both areas where Bristol is showing the way.

The training day is for anyone who cares about improving conditions for cycling in the South West. People new to campaigning are particularly welcome and stand to benefit most. It’s at the St. James Priory Centre near St. James Barton roundabout on the edge of Broadmead shopping centre, and attendance is free. 11am to 5pm. Register for the free campaigner training here.

2014 Cyclenation-CTC Annual Conference 

The annual Cyclenation/CTC conference on 22nd November. Bristol hosted this two years ago and Leeds last year. This year’s hosts are London Cycling Campaign and the venue will be Lambeth Town Hall. Speakers include London’s cycling commissioner Andrew Gilligan Register for the conference here

Speakers include: Andrew Gilligan, Mayor of London’s Cycling Commissioner, Rachel Aldred, Senior Lecturer in Transport, University of Westminster, Kevin Hickman, Inclusive Cycling Forum.

Panel discussions with leading figures from across the UK will include: Building political commitment for cycling, Design standards: background and scope for development across the UK

Workshops will include the following topics: Public Health: working with local authorities in their new duties, Accessibility/Inclusivity of Cycling:  towards a Cyclenation Inclusion Policy

Free places!

The first event is free and BCyC has agreed to pay expenses for up to 3 delegate to the Cyclenation conference. As we’re keen to encourage more involvement from women, under 30s and disabled, if you want to go then we’ll sort it out, even if the three places have been taken.