21 NOV 2013

Get Tunbridge Wells Cycling campaign off to a great start

Well over 100 people attended Greg's public meeting on cycling at Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys.

Greg commented:

"It was fantastic to be able to bring so many people together who share an enthusiasm for cycling. At the meeting were people who cycle every day, those who take out their bikes occasionally and others who would cycle if they felt safer.

"The next step is to harness all that expertise and energy and make some real progress on the things that were suggested at the meeting to improve cycling in Tunbridge Wells. These include measures on safety, cycle routes, storage, training and support. I am determined to push forwards for action to help make Tunbridge Wells a great place to cycle."

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