Richmond Public Meeting on Cycling

Zac Goldsmith, MP for Richmond Park and North Kingston, has organised a meeting for Wednesday, December 17th, at the Duke St Church in Richmond at 7.30pm. The topic will be cycling and in particular the rising tensions between cyclists, motorists and pedestrians in Richmond Park.

It will be an open forum, and the purpose is simply to explore solutions to a problem raised by constituents on a near daily basis. It is hoped that by crowd-sourcing the problem, interesting and valuable solutions will be presented.This is an open meeting, and anybody who takes an interest in cycling is warmly invited to contribute. Zac Goldsmith MP will chair the meeting, which will also include an assembled panel of representatives from Richmond and Kingston Councils, the Royal parks, and the police.
 
Event details:
Date and Time: Wednesday 17th December at 7.30 PM.
Location: Duke Street Church, Quadrant Rd (off the Green), Richmond, TW9 1DH.
 
Contact:
For more infomation, or to contact Zac Goldsmith visit Zac's personal website here.
 

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