AGM 2014 / Quarterly members meeting

We meet and chat. This time it’s AGM time too – to discuss priorities for the coming year, invite member to stand for committee membership and influence the direction of the organisation. Newcycling AGM 25 March 2014 full (Committee) Speakers Cllr Rob Higgins (Labour) and Cllr Stephen Psallidas (Liberal) – political viewpoint Newcycling AGM 25 March 2014 – Chris Peck CTC Newcycling AGM 25 March 2014 – Lizzie Reather Leeds Cycling Campaign Newcycling AGM 25 March 2014 – Sally Hinchcliffe Cycling Embassy GB

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Quarterly members meeting

A meeting for all members to come along, meet and chat. Please note our winter city centre venue: Commercial Building House on Pilgrim Street, kind of opposite the Tyneside Cinema 4th floor, meeting room 4, easy to remember! You just need to sign up at the reception and make you way to the 4th floor Speaker: Katja Leyendecker and Scott Dawson Topic: 1) Bike infrastructure elsewhere – youReportED 2) Talking filtered permeability – bollard game At the last members meeting we didn’t quite finish the illustrative infrastructure talk. So here’s another chance, and get ready for some fun and interaction[…]

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Quarterly members meeting

A meeting for all members to come along, meet and chat. Speakers: Katja Leyendecker and Scott Dawson (Newcastle Cycling Campaign) Topic: Cycling infrastructure and political engagement Katja Leyendecker from Katsdekker Get ready for some fun and interaction with the Bollard game!! http://www.brisbanecyclist.com/forum/topics/the-bollard-game

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Quarterly members meeting

A meeting for all members to come along, meet and chat. Update: As Katja Leyendecker could not make it; she will give an update on Newcastle SCRs “how to move the shakers” at the September meeting. Claire Prospert gave an update on the Newcastle Cycling Forum and the forthcoming Love Cycling Go Dutch Conference that the Campaign is actively involved in organising with Newcastle City Council and the Dutch Embassy. Our speakers: Speaker 1: Tony Waterston (Transition Towns, Safe Jesmond Cycling) – topic: Jesmond plans Cycling from claireprospert Speaker 2: Neil Murphy (Movement for London, Beyond Green) – topic: Census[…]

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Wanted: pedal power

Thanks to a grant from the SMK and Esmée Fairbairn Foundations, we produced some fab promotional materials for the Campaign. We hope you will like our leaflets and posters (we also have a big banner we can use for events!). Another big thank you goes to Matt Jones from BinaryStar who did the design and quite a few other things for us!! Help us spread the word about the Campaign: you can download and print out our poster and put it up at your work place or your favourite community venue; feel free to hand out leaflets to friends, relatives[…]

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Venue for Members meeting announced

We changed our venue! On 12 June 2012, we are meeting at the brand new Cycle Hub. You can find it on the Newcastle Quayside where the Ouseburn meets the Tyne, it’s that lovely building – old boathouse, with the wavey roof. What’s on: https://newcycling.org/events/20120325/quarterly-members-meeting See you there! Address: The Cycle Hub, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE6 1BU

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AGM / Quarterly members meeting

We meet and chat. This time it’s AGM time too! Speaker(s): Chair, Secretary & Co., Tom Bailey (Sustrans) Topic: Campaign priorities and direction DRAFT priorities out for your online comment https://newcycling.org/news/20130227/draft-priorities-announced

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Quarterly members meeting

A meeting for all members to come along, meet and chat. Speaker: Scott Dawson (Newcastle Cycling Campaign) Topic: City Centre cycling Scott will be giving a presentation on Newcastle’s Red Route through the City Centre.

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Quarterly members meeting

We meet and chat: quarterly, every second Tuesday Speaker(s): Chris Peck, CTC Topic: Justice for cyclists CTC’s campaign “STOP SMIDSY” and where do we go from here? Bad driving intimidates and harms innocent people. Cyclists and pedestrians are particularly endangered by negligent or aggressive driving because we’re not encased in a few tonnes of metal every time we set out on the roads. Stop SMIDSY will address how the police, the prosecutors, the courts, and the law itself could all do a better job at encouraging people to use the roads in safer and more considerate ways. When we lobby[…]

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