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Join us for Cycle Islington’s AGM on Wed 14th June

This year we pleased to welcome Laura Perry from  the local Zero Emissions Network (see www.zeroemissionsnetwork.com) as our speaker.

The City Fringe ZEN is a joint initiative between the London boroughs of Islington, Hackney and Tower Hamlets designed to improve air quality and business efficiency within the ‘ZEN’ target area. In Islington this is the area covered by Bunhill Ward and its borders with Clerkenwell and The Angel.  ZEN members are local businesses working together to make the area a better place to visit, work and do business, by improving local air quality, supporting active travel whilst reducing; energy and transport costs.

The meeting will be at the Town Hall, Upper Street N1 2UD, starting at 7.30pm with the co-ordinator and treasurer’s reports and elections of officers.  Laura will join us at 8.30pm, refreshments will be served and the meeting will end at 9.30pm.

For more information please contact Alison Dines

Our AGM – May 14, 7.30pm

Our Annual General Meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 14, starting at 7.30pm at Islington Town Hall, London N1 2UD.

Our guest speaker will be Bruce McVean. He is the founder of the Movement for Liveable London.  His subject will be – Towards a healthier and happier city; why London’s transport system needs to change.

Bruce McVean is speaking at our AGM
Bruce McVean is speaking at our AGM

There’s a lot of talk about making London more liveable, but what does this really mean? Bruce’s talk will consider how the way people and goods travel around the city must change if we’re to ensure a healthy and happy future for London and Londoners.

As well as founding the Movement for Liveable London, Bruce is an Associate Director of Beyond Green, and a Trustee of Living Streets.  He was previously a Senior Policy Advisor at the Commision for Architecture and the built Environment (CABE).

Light refreshments will be available prior to Bruce’s talk which will start at 8.30pm.