Meeting + Michael Barratt MBE, Tues 26th February

Our monthly meeting is this coming Tuesday and we have Michael Barratt from TfL as a guest speaker.

All cyclists are welcome – 26th Feb. 8pm to 9:30pm in the Hornbeam Centre, 458 Hoe Street, E17 9AH

Agenda

1 – Introductions and review of January meeting minutes

2 – LCC feedback & Coordinator’s business (brief)

3 – WFCC Rides and Events (brief)

  • 2019 Annual Meeting, March 26th

4 – Council liaison officers’ report back (brief)

  • Feedback on any other Waltham Forest issues

5 – Presentation and Discussion with Michael Barratt MBE, Development Impact Assessment Manager, TfL from 8:45pm

6 – Any other business

Next meeting – Annual Meeting – March 26th, same time same place!

Any additional items for the agenda please comment below, or email Contact@wfcycling.org.uk

WFCC is part of the London Cycling Campaign, the world’s largest urban cycling organisation. You don’t need to be an LCC member to attend our meetings, but if you like what we do please consider joining LCC to help support our work. Members also receive discounts in many bike shops, insurance and other benefits.

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About Fred - WFCC

Chair of Waltham Forest Cycling Campaign (WFCC). WFCC part of London Cycling Campaign, the world’s largest urban cycling organisation. You don't need to be an LCC member to attend our meetings, but if you like what we do please consider joining LCC to help support our work. Members also receive discounts in many bike shops, insurance and other benefits.
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