GM Walking Voice Event: Bee Network Engagement
Wednesday 11th September 2019, 9:30am - 12:30pm
Infrastructure plans for connecting local communities have been developed and are now out for comment. Find out why, how and have your say.
The GM Walking Voice are hosting this event to provide an opportunity for meaningful input to the GM Bee Network for a range of stakeholders. This will be an opportunity for people with an interest in increasing levels of walking to hear about the plans and provide some feedback from a walking perspective.
Those attending will hear about the latest version of the Bee Network map and the principles behind the network across Greater Manchester. Attendees will also have the opportunity to take part in workshops exploring different aspects of the plans.
This event will allow GM Walking Voice to gather feedback on the plans and to encourage and enable those attending to spread the word on the considerations required for quality connecting routes and public realm that will encourage widespread use by local communities.
This event is open for anyone with an interest in enabling people to walk more in their local community, whether that be to the park, to work, to school or for the simple enjoyment of walking.
Join us at Friends’ Meeting House, 6 Mount Street, Manchester, M2 5NS
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Greater Manchester (GM) Walking Voice wants to support more walking across Greater Manchester by creating a web of individuals and organisations that are sharing stories and evidence of what is working, talking about the benefits and opportunities, and therefore influencing decisions that empower more walking!
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